Carine – The Taste of French Charm at Emirates Golf Club

After the tremendous success of Izu Brasserie in City Walk, here’s presenting you DineOutDubai’s experience at Carine, yet another venture of Chef Izu that serves some signature French-Mediterranean creations. The restaurant, which is named after his Mrs., is tucked neatly inside the gorgeous Emirates Golf Club so you can expect to be greeted by top class ambiance and splendid interiors. Moreover, the scrumptious feast waiting for you is part of a menu that has been carefully curated by Chef Izu himself. The spacious dining hall is a classy set up and there is an outer terrace too, perfect for enjoying the upcoming weather.

We started off with some Watermelon with Feta Cheese, and the Grilled Harssa Prawns which were perfectly tender and with a hint of perfect spice.

The Seafood Risotto was decent, the Beef Ragout was cooked with just the right blend of sauces and spice, whereas the Veal Striploin served as a great treat for all the meat lovers out there, so rich and comforting that you won’t regret ordering it.

Overall, the starters were very well executed and the main course was amazing as well, but for me, it was the desserts that were the highlight of the whole experience. They have a very tempting array of sweet treats and the ones that we tried, i.e. the Molten Brownie was so heavenly that I’ve honestly been craving to go back to have it, the Tiramisu is like no other in all of Dubai, and the Passionfruit Cake is a must try too. All three were completely unique from the other, each absolutely divine and offered in generous portions, hence excellent value for money.










Whether you want to enjoy a lazy family dinner, a romantic date or a group hangout with your best friends, the modern décor, French Charm, hospitality and outstanding food at Carine will keep you coming back to relax and unwind over and over again. It is definitely a welcoming change from the city’s otherwise overwhelming dining atmosphere.

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