Notice, IDAM was only open for dinner but now, it’s offering a business lunch.
Reigning supreme on the top floor of The Museum of Islamic Art, the Alain Ducasse restaurant is the perfect blend of Arabic authenticity and French haute cuisine.
Chef Romain Meder says “We are trying to capture the essence of flavours and cook as healthy as we can, using the most authentic and fresh locally sourced ingredients possible. The menu takes its inspiration from the produce; it is a very spontaneous cuisine, based on the market” as the reason why IDAM is now opening for lunch.
The three course lunch includes a mezze starter, a tricolour of vegetables, seafood and meat, moving on to the mains where you will have a choice of locally sourced or the finest imports and then finally the desserts, a contemporary signature dish with an Arabic twist or a local dessert revisited. Sounds delicious!