Dubai’s Award-Winning Restaurant, Ossiano, Reopens Temporarily As Grégoire’s Kitchen By Ossiano
For this summer only, guests can come together in a relaxed atmosphere to feast on modern tapas, reimagined by the award-winning Chef Grégoire Berger
Dubai’s world-renowned underwater restaurant Ossiano will take its first steps towards reopening on Thursday 16th July, but not quite as we know it. Temporarily renamed Grégoire’s Kitchen by Ossiano, this special edition of Ossiano will run for this summer only, serving modern tapas dishes reconceptualised by Ossiano’s renowned chef, Grégoire Berger.
Every evening from just AED 475, Gregoire’s Kitchen by Ossiano will serve a modern tapas-inspired menu featuring 18 individual dishes comprised of sweet and savoury flavours. The plates will be themed around exploring globally renowned foods that we all love to try when we travel, with dishes changing every week.
With accessible pricing and a more relaxed dining environment accompanied by a live DJ, Grégoire’s Kitchen by Ossiano invites Dubai residents to reconnect and enjoy good times in a stunning dining destination. Chef Grégoire comments, “After this crazy and uncertain period, we want to focus on bringing people together, and nothing does this better than a great dining experience. Food nourishes the soul and we all need to heal together, so it’s my pleasure to invite all of Dubai’s residents to my restaurant, to enjoy our unique dining experience in an affordable way. We recognise that people can’t travel right now, so we’re modernising tapas dishes, and reinterpreting them with my own unique twist. I look forward to reopening the kitchen and welcoming new guests to try our new food.’
For AED 475, guests can enjoy 18 dishes divided into five appetisers, seven mains, and six desserts, all themed around exploring food favourites from across the globe. Dishes will include sardine and confit lemon truffle, Cancale oysters with seafoam, Spanish mussels with cider and chorizo, “bloody gazpacho” served on frozen salt, and churros with chocolate and coriander. While every dish will look and feel like tapas, each will be crafted using the world’s finest ingredients and served in Chef Grégoire’s unique way – with nothing quite as it seems…
Grégoire’s Kitchen by Ossiano will launch on Thursday 16th July. Prices start at AED 475 for 18 dishes or AED 675 with sangria pairing and AED 1,025 with premium wine pairing. Two seatings will be offered nightly at 6:00 / 6:30pm and 8:45 / 9:00pm. For ages 10 years and above. To find out more about Ossiano or to make a reservation log onto www.atlantis.com/dubai/restaurants/ossiano or call + 971 4 426 0800. Alternatively, check us out on social media @OssianoDubai.
At Ossiano, fine dining is an immersive experience. One of the leading fine dining restaurants in the Middle East highly decorated with awards, guests are invited to feast on a sumptuous nine, 11 or 13-course dinner in one of Dubai’s most romantic restaurants. An unforgettable experience, guests step into a dream-like underwater world surrounded by sea life, and are invited to indulge in the finest seafood, caviar and avant-garde creations from Grégoire Berger, one of the world's top chefs. Having travelled the globe to hone his culinary skills, Chef Grégoire Berger has set the precedent for Dubai’s culinary scene with his innovative ideas, use of exceptional techniques and quality ingredients. This has played a major role in him being heralded as the most acclaimed culinary artist in the emirate, earning more awards than any other chef over the past four years. Constantly pushing boundaries, Berger’s signature dishes include black cod and langoustine, his take on the French favourite croque monsieur, the award-winning Kerguelen Island legine (also known as Patagonian toothfish) and the “Candle,” a dish which at first glance looks like a table accessory, but once sliced actually reveals a buttery foie gras interior.
About Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai
Atlantis, The Palm is the first entertainment resort destination in the region and located at the centre of the crescent of The Palm in Dubai. Opened in September 2008, the unique ocean-themed resort features a variety of marine and entertainment attractions, as well as 17 hectares of waterpark amusement at Atlantis Aquaventure, all within a 46-hectare site. It is home to one of the largest open-air marine habitats in the world, with more than 65,000 marine animals in lagoons and displays including The Lost Chambers Aquarium, a maze of underwater corridors and passageways providing a journey through ancient Atlantis. Atlantis Aquaventure waterpark features 18 million litres of fresh water used to power thrilling waterslides, a 2.3-kilometre river ride with tidal waves and pools, water rapids and white-water chargers. Dolphin Bay, the unparalleled dolphin conservation and education habitat, and Sea Lion Point were created to provide guests a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn more about one of nature’s most friendly mammals. The resort boasts an impressive collection of luxury boutiques and shops as well as extensive meeting and convention facilities. Atlantis, The Palm is also known as the culinary destination in the region where guests can take their pick from a collection of 29 world-renowned restaurants including Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, Hakkasan, Nobu, Ronda Locatelli, Seafire Steakhouse & Bar, award-winning underwater restaurant, Ossiano, and traditional Middle Eastern favourite, Ayamna. The nightlife scene at Atlantis is lively, too, with the fun filled Wavehouse offering something for everyone, and WHITE Beach & Restaurant the perfect place to unwind with a drink as the sun slips into the Arabian Sea.