IDAM by Alain Ducasse Restaurant
IDAM by Alain Ducasse presents a refined seasonal menu of original creations. The standout signature dish – the tender camel, duck foie gras-black truffle and soufflé potatoes – takes six days to prepare. Desserts range from the classic IDAM chocolate to a composition of seasonal berries and fruit. Our menu is always in perfect accordance with the architecture and the design. IDAM also offers Alain Ducasse’s celebrated Cookpot, which comprises seven lightly-spiced vegetables – a dish enjoyed at all Ducasse restaurants worldwide. Our baristas dedicate special attention to crafting beverages that pair with the dishes. Local fruits, spices, and ingredients are used to bring a new dimension to your dining experience.
IDAM by Alain Ducasse celebrates high standards and sophistication, steeped in the Islamic golden age. Prepare to embark on a journey of discovery, as you sample contemporary Mediterranean cuisine with a twist of eclectic Arabian flavours. Your surroundings will also take you to new heights. Located at the top floor of the iconic Museum of Islamic Art, IDAM’s exquisite design was created by Phillipe Starck who has fused modernity with classicism to offer a dynamic environment with Arabian touches.
The first Alain Ducasse restaurant to have arrived in the Middle East, IDAM found its place in the Museum of Islamic Art with décor designed by Philippe Starck. With a name that translates to generosity, the restaurant takes pride in the care and attention it places on guests. The menu here brings refined Mediterranean dishes together with Middle Eastern influence. Try specialties like farm veal with purple artichoke and zaatar condiment, and marinated red snapper with citrus.