Caviar Kaspia Dubai has opened its doors in Dubai’s DIFC. It will be a natural extension of its Parisian space, but with an emphasis on local flavours. CEO Ramon Mac-Crohon, has presided over the details of the restaurant and menu. He wanted to ensure that it would continue to pay homage to its Parisian roots. The “soul and DNA” is identical to the one in Paris, but with a local flavour.
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai graced the opening of the restaurant and was given a Matryoshka doll as an anniversary present. The Crown Prince regularly visits many of Dubai’s top restaurants.
Caviar Kaspia Dubai will serve breakfast to dinner caviar, either with eggs; potatoes, pasta, toast, or as a spoonful. Other menu items include the Kaspia baked potato topped with caviar and smoked salmon blinis; king crab and crayfish salad; and a selection of raw and cooked fish, pasta and risottos.
The dessert menu will feature a selection of Paris house classics such as the Baba or baked Alaska. The beverage selection is equally as plentiful, with over 65 Russian Vodkas available and a list of elaborate cocktails.
The Parisian institution will feature Tsar-era Russian luxury and chic French décor. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant’s interior and its terraces feature classic elements blending with modern aesthetics. There is also a separate lounge, bar, and terrace.