La Terrasse has introduced themed nights, of which we were invited to try the Asian one. Initially, I expected the menu to be limited to Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine but was happy to see a lot of other cuisines added as well.
Our starters included some cold Arabic mezze, of which fattoush was very well done. The appetizers also consisted of some maki rolls and sashimi.
Heading on to the main course, we saw a live counter where we could place requests of flat noodles and fried rice. And this is what we ordered. I have to say, the live counter did quite a good job at this. Our noodles and rice were perhaps the best dishes that evening. The other mains included kung pao chicken, paneer curry which stood out.
There was also a dim sum area serving seafood dumplings. A live grill is present outdoors where you can place an order. I asked for some fish, lamb and chicken. Sadly, they weren’t well done and still had parts with marinade.
From the dessert section, I quite liked the DIY flavoured yoghurt where I created my version of yoghurt with chocolate sauce and almond flakes. Also, their variety of mousse was good.
La Terrasse located in Gloria Hotel, Business Bay also has other themes that range from steak dinners to Arabian theme.
Until next time…