Located on Mamsha Saadiyat, it has Chef Soo Yong Kim at its helm.
If you’re after a dining experience with a difference, then head to Les Dangereux in Abu Dhabi. Located on Mamsha Saadiyat, the new restaurant has opened and aims to shake up the capital’s dining scene. With culinary stars Chef Soo Yong Kim, Llorenc Sagarra and Dani Lasa at its helm, it presents their fine dining vision.
White Hospitality is behind six new concepts, and Les Dangereux is its flagship concept. The restaurant prides itself on its farm-to-table concept. The locally sourced ingredients come from a 113,000-square-metre farm in Yas Island, and are used to create unexpected combinations.
Les Dangereux in Abu Dhabi’s menu is mixing things up. So, forget about traditional starters, mains and desserts, instead it has sections that respond to the diner’s needs.
The Treats menu includes Caviar 2.0, Prawn and Yellowtail, and Oysters and Steak. The Feast menu takes one ingredient and presents it in five different ways. The Black Foot French Poulet Rouge is transformed into a dry-aged whole leg, a sous vide roulade of breasts, a foie-infused liver mousse, and wood-fired grilled gizzards paired with opus jus de poulet.
If you’re feeling hungry, then eat your way through the Le Excursion menu – a 15 to 30 course tasting menu. The menu tells the story of Kim and Sagarra’s careers, taking you from the past to the present.
As for Les Dangereux in Abu Dhabi’s dining room, it boasts an understated elegance with long white banquettes and white tablecloths. Lookout for Art Déco touches, from curved mirrors to gold touches. The design draws its inspiration from traditional Victorian architecture, and combines it with a modern aesthetic.
Les Dangereux in Abu Dhabi is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 6pm until late.
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