It would be wrong to call ‘food court’ the eating out options available in the building 1 of Burj Dubai Square Multiplex. Here, the dining venues - including the coffee shop - indeed delightfully look chic in the bright marble environment. Among them, Oriental Kitchen is a new concept of Asian restaurant. Ready to please the taste buds of the business clientele working in the surrounding and actually, of any Dubai resident or tourist willing to enjoy an innovative culinary experience.
Second branch to open across the UAE after Garhoud, Oriental Kitchen was inaugurated in the prestigious Burj Dubai Square on 30th June 2008. The calligraphic style black, white and red brand logo set sthe tone for the décor colors. Contemporary with a sheer minimalist touch, the setting features dark wood tables with matching chairs and large bench seats, big bamboo bars, square plates, plasma screens, modern hanging lamps…
The extensive a la carte menu presents plenty of mouth-watering plates from appetizers, soups, oriental salads and stir fried noodles to wok fried rice, chicken and beef favorites, seafood and vegetables items. To make the understanding of dishes easier, the spicy and vegetarian ones have been especially highlighted.
Oriental Kitchen’s specialties reflect most of the Asian countries. Thailand with the Chicken in Thai Green Curry (herbal, sensual and bursting with aromatic flavors of chicken in spicy green curry with coconut milk and vegetables). Malaysia with the Mee Goreng (a Malaysian specialty… stir fried egg noodles with chicken and prawn, bean sprout, spring onion, red chili and cabbage). Singapore with the Singapore Style Noodles (rice vermicelli sautéed with beef, chicken and shrimps, bean sprouts, red and green bell-peppers, spring onions, cabbage and black mushrooms). China with the Shanghai Fried Rice (mixed seafood with mushrooms, snow peas, carrot, sweet corn, spring onion and red chili), the Beef Schezuan (spicy stir fried beef with black mushroom, spring onion and red chili in Schezuan sauce) or the Hong Kong Style Steamed Fish (gently steamed fish in aromatic herbs and spices topped with vegetables and served with soy and ginger sauce). Japan with the Salmon Teriyaki (grilled salmon fillet topped with teriyaki sauce and mixed vegetables on side) in addition to a separate menu dedicated to a wide array of Nigiri Sushi, Sashimi, Maki and Temaki.
… TO NAME A FEW.
Soft background music brings Buddha Bar lounge sounds to your plates to make sure you are enjoying a relaxing time before finishing your zen eating journey with a most-welcomed complimentary jasmine tea.