- Experience the allure, enchantment and romance of AIZA this Valentine’s Day, the 14thof February, with breath-taking views of the world’s largest fountain.
- AIZA is treating guests to mouth-watering Greek-Mediterranean cuisine and extra special, limited-edition Valentine’s dishes to mark the most romantic night of the year.
Dubai, UAE (24thJanuary 2021): Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and AIZA, the recently opened, homegrown, Greek-Mediterranean restaurant, bar and lounge at The Pointe’s East Marina, is bringing culinary magic and an enchanting atmosphere to the most romantic night of the year. Loved-up couples will be able to indulge in a night of romance, harmony and splendour, complemented by mouth-watering, limited-edition Valentine’s dishes, traditional plate smashing, and an à-la-carte menu that takes them on a captivating culinary and social journey.
This warm, welcoming and romantic one-stop destination is Dubai’s most idyllic setting, where guests can enjoy a Valentine’s Day experience like no other. Dine under a bougainvillea tree out on the terrace while admiring the breath-taking views of the world’s largest fountain, or be transported to Santorini while dining indoors. AIZA’s intimate ambiance and exquisite interiors, inspired by the Cyclades Islands, feature the best of one of the most romantic and iconic islands in the world – Santorini. Your romantic dining getaway on the 14thof February is only a call away and advance reservations for Valentine’s Day are highly advised.
Following DTCM’s recent announcement regarding the temporary suspension of live entertainment in hotels and restaurants, and, in order to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of team-members and guests, AIZA has placed its line-up of live entertainment on hold until further notice.
VALENTINE’S DAY AT AIZA
Treat that special someone to a truly unforgettable night filled with romance, intrigue and Greek-Mediterranean cuisine worth falling in love with, this Valentine’s Day, the 14thof February, at AIZA. Prepare to be enamoured by limited-edition Valentine’s dishes and experience the true romance of the Cyclades. Named after the ancient Greek goddess of love, beauty and passion, the ‘Aphrodite Oysters’ are exquisitely presented, accompanied by rose petals and served on a platter. Perfectly portioned for sharing, the platter offers two oysters topped with basil and avocado cream and caviar, along with two oysters served with home-made beetroot vinegar, a dash of Greek olive oil and Avgotaraho Messolonghi.The ‘Aphrodite Oysters’ are, quite simply, a Valentine’s Day work of culinary art fit for a goddess.
Nothing says ‘I love you’ quite like chocolate and rose petals, and the‘Lover’s Chocolate Fondant’ is a dessert that really sets the perfect romantic tone to complete a magical and memorable Valentine’s Day experience. A rich and creamy fondant served with strawberries, raspberries, and vanilla ice-cream, decorated with beautiful red rose petals and topped off by a gold leaf, the ‘Lover’s Chocolate Fondant’ is love in dessert form.
Valentine’s Day at AIZA
Sunday, 14thFebruary, from 6pm until midnight (kitchen); venue open until 2am
Limited-edition dishes available, including ‘Aphrodite Oysters’ & ‘Lover’s Chocolate Fondant’
A-la-carte menu also available
Traditional plate smashing
All guests are advised to reserve a table in advance to avoid missing out
A MULTI-SENSORY CULINARY JOURNEY
AIZA’s carefully crafted menu draws inspiration from the Cyclades Islands and features a flavour-filled array of dishes made with speciality ingredients from different islands. Guests can look forward to being taken on a multi-sensory journey that explores the enchanting flavours of Greek-Mediterranean cooking. In doing so, they will embrace the true warmth of Greek hospitality, with each delicious dish served family sharing-style, generously portioned and placed at the centre of the table.
A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
At the heart of AIZA’s Greek-Mediterranean dining experience are the roots of the iconic tree chandelier, taking guests back to ancient Greece. Exposed illuminated stone on the bar and inset wall pay homage to the island cliffs, while the flooring serves as a nod to the pebbly roads of the island towns. Suspended wavy ceiling fabric symbolises the forces of nature, reflecting where the sky and sea collide, and, through the arched window, panoramic projections represent the infinite beauty of the islands. A grove of olive trees and a finishing touch of dried golden palm leaves bless guests with the hands of the gods.
AIZA’s Opening Hours:
Daily – 6pm to 2am | Kitchen – 6pm until midnight