Mezza Luna @ The InterContinental Residence Suites Dubai Festival City, Dubai, UAE

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  • Anonymous

    uggboylovestravel
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    September 2014, Breakfast and Dinner

    During our stay at the InterContinental Residence Suites Dubai Festival City, we had dinner and breakfast at Mezza Luna.

    The restaurant was designed in the same contemporary style as the lobby with two story floor to ceiling windows and black and white photographs.

    Mezza Luna serves Italian cuisine.

    There was an open kitchen and when we arrived there was a family and a few couples already dining.

    The chef showed some kids how pizza was made as they watched.

    DINNER:

    We ordered one berry smoothie, one mango juice, one hot chocolate, one Piri Piri chicken pizza, one gnocchi with artichokes, cherry tomatoes and garlic parmesan sauce and a tiramisu to share.

    The hotel is dry, so Mezza Luna doesn’t serve alcohol.

    The pizza had just the right amount of spiciness. It wasn’t a scorcher, but hot enough.

    The gnocchi dish was surprisingly light, considering the sauce was cream/cheese based. It was colorful and mild.

    The tiramisu was served with a coffee ice cream. All was delicious.

    The bill came in at 200 AED (ca. 42.10 Euro or 54.50 USD).

    BREAKFAST:

    Breakfast was included in our rate
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    Cold items were served buffet style with a lot of Western and Middle Eastern choices, including fruit salad, lassi, cold cuts, cheese, bread and pastries and much more.

    Hot items, coffee/tea and juices could be ordered from the waiter.

    We had scrambled eggs with sausages.

    We enjoyed the quality and freshness of both, breakfast and dinner.

    We would gladly enjoy Mezza Luna again when staying next time at the InterContinental Residence Suites Dubai Festival City.

    Would we recommend this restaurant to a friend? YES!
    Would we enjoy breakfast and dinner again at this restaurant in the future? YES!

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