Grills and Tango by the Beach as Argentina Grill Opens its second Branch at La Mer

Argentina Grill, the trendy and artistic Argentinean restaurant located at The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah, is branching out to the bustling beachfront of La Mer. This eatery exudes the true ethos of Argentina not only through the asado cooking methods used, but also through the vibrant artwork and Latin-American music that brings the venue to life. As the design and layout of the restaurant draws inspiration from cubism and suprematism, the interior is left resembling a piece of art on its own and it’s worth stopping by just to admire the visuals.

The kitchen, boasting three Argentinean parrillas, a Josper and the largest meat ripening chamber in Dubai, guarantees that diners will be gifted with a unique and authentic dining experience. All meat is cooked according to the asado-culture of preparing food at the coals; an entire ritual and philosophy of eating in Argentina. The menu at Argentina Grill is broad and offers a vast selection of delectable dishes besides meat, including a range of salads, seafood, soups, side dishes, vegetables and fruits. Being kings of the grill, each and every meal is prepared on parillas to produce mouth-watering flavours unique to Argentina. Historically, Argentinean cooking is an amalgamation of Italian and Spanish cuisines, so guests unfamiliar with Argentinean dishes are sure to find something on the menu they recognise.

Coupled with the promise of fantastic food is an animated atmosphere. The eccentric light projections at the restaurant change the mood from cosy and comfortable to energetic and vivacious during the evening. After indulging in some dessert and perhaps a few beverages from the Argentinean drinks selection, tango the night away as a Latin-American party takes place every day from 8.00pm to 10.00pm.

A visit to the new Argentina Grill at La Mer guarantees an expansive view of the Dubai skyline and sea, which can be savoured while treating the mind and body to an unforgettable culinary voyage to Latin-America.


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