As summer temperatures cool across the UAE, things are heating up on the rooftop terrace at Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi. Located poolside, the stunning open-air Eclipse Terrace Lounge presents an urban-chic sanctuary with glittering waterfront views, trendsetting cocktails and a new ocean-inspired menu comprising the finest seafood – an exclusive destination for the city’s elite.
The new a la carte menu focuses on fresh flavours and locally sourced ingredients showcasing oysters, seafood ceviche and dishes from an interactive grill. Guests can start with selections including homemade momos prawn and lobster dumplings; and crispy rock shrimp served with creamy truffle sauce and chives. For mains, new favourites can be short-listed such as the king prawns served with quinoa risotto and shimeji mushrooms; slow cooked hamour served with red onion, coriander, jalapeno sauce and lime; or yellow baby chicken with black truffle, grilled jalapeno and wasabi rosemary jus.
The alfresco culinary journey is complete with dessert choices including an exotic food platter to share, Oreo mud pie and delectable homemade mochi ice creams and exotic sorbets in an array of colourful flavours.
The cool Eclipse Terrace Lounge team ignite creativity with solar spirited cocktails and mocktails. Distinctively unusual signatures include The Starry Night and Kepler Colada, or those seeking smoky smouldering infusions can try the likes of a Sweet & Smoky Old Fashioned, Moondance or Roasted Orange Negroni.
In a prime position to socialise or unwind after work, the resident DJ adds dynamic energy, spinning sophisticated music. Guests can enjoy a chilled out space with star lit floor, comfortable lounge-style seating and Instagrammable views of the glistening Abu Dhabi skyline.
- Eclipse Terrace Lounge will serve the new a la carte menu daily from 7pm until midnight beginning 7 September 2016
- During Eid Al Adha weekend, the resident DJ will be spinning sounds on 7, 8 and 9 September from 7pm until 11pm
- All menus are exclusive of 10 pe rcent service charge and six per cent tourism fee