The Ritz-Carlton Dubai International Financial Centre celebrated Café Belge’s fifth birthday on the 15th February in true Belgian spirit with a memorable foodie Friday.
Café Belge is a Grand Café is a vibrant restaurant and bar with its design and gourmet roots proudly set in the golden era of 1920s Brussels; Café Belge opened its doors in 2014 as the first Grand Café of its kind in Dubai and the region.
To mark the occasion, guests enjoyed The Grand Friday brunch with classic Belgian cuisine in true Belgian spirit which featured 17 different stations, including an oyster bar, foie gras station, moules station, outdoor barbecue station and dim sum station, to name a few. The entertainment was provided by the contemporary duo which featured a live Saxophonist and a DJ/Keyboard while guests sat back and enjoyed the ambiance.
Tareq Derbas, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre said: “We are celebrating five years of amazing memories. The restaurant has showcased gourmet roots and vintage glamor. With specially curated gastronomic experiences complemented by live performances and entertainment reminiscent of the golden era, Café Belge brings the true spirit of 1920s Brussels to Dubai’s dining scene.”
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