Food and drink
Consistency has always been Verre's key, consistency in serving exquisite French dishes.
While I haven't yet tried the new menu since the re-launch, the roasted sea scallops with caramelised pork belly and pan-seared watermelon were always a long-serving favourite.
It's rather formal in Verre and guests are expected to dress accordingly (smart casual is fine, but avoid the flipflops, basically). It's popular with foodie travellers, high-flying expats unafraid to splurge and those looking for a special occasion.
Always impeccably attentive. You are paying a fair amount, after all.
Verre is sat in the Hilton Dubai Creek, which overlooks the Dubai Creek from the Deira side (not the one with the tall towers on it). It's not in the centre of the city's activity, but a short cab ride will get you there easily.
A meal for two will probably set you back around 300-500 dirhams, not including drinks. For something extra special, Verre has just launched a 'chef's table', designed for groups of four or more, priced at 695 dirhams per person and available between 7pm-11.30pm, except on Saturdays.
- Escaping the crowds
- Special occasions