Le Petite Maison (Dubai)

http://www.lpmdubai.ae/

Although I usually try and avoid going to restaurants that have a branch in London when I am abroad, LPM was recommended to me so many times for a lively meal with good food that I ended up going.  It certainly is a lively spot, situated in the DIFC and on Thursday night both the bar and restaurant were heaving.  It is definitely not a place for a quiet date but for a meal out with a few friends, I can certainly see why people like it.  The menu here is basically the same as it the other locations, with most of the food being imported.

We had:

Tapenade    (AED 25)

Burrata et Tomates    (AED 95)

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Carpaccio of Scallops (AED 90)

Calamars Frits (AED 45)

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Warm Prawns with Olive Oil (AED 70)

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Grilled Rib Eye Steak 400g (AED 265)

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Tagliatelle au Homard 165

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Whole Sea Bream Baked en Papillote with Lemon, Herbs and Olive Oil (AED 195)

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Salt Baked Fillet of Line Caught Sea Bass with Artichokes and Tomatoes (AED 175)

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The Carpaccio of Scallops and warm prawns were particularly good as was the steak (not sure but could be up there on a value for money basis with West 14th) and the seabass.  The food quality here was comparable with the London location and indeed this is a great place for a nice night out but I doubt it is the best food in the city.

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One thought on “Le Petite Maison (Dubai)

  1. I ate here while working in Dubai and felt it was a bit soulless in comparison to other Dubai restaurants and I felt rushed in the quick buzzy atmosphere – the food didn’t blow me away either. I’m interested to check out the London location though.

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