Australian restaurant brand Hurricane’s Grill has recently opened in a prime position at The Dubai Mall, boasting spectacular views over the iconic Dubai Fountains. Best-known for its world-class steaks, ribs and famous house basting, Hurricane’s Grill represents a return to traditional family dining, offering great food at a great price, served in a warm and friendly setting.
Hurricane’s Grill first opened on Australia’s legendary Bondi Beach in 1995, and fast became a favourite with locals and tourists alike. Co-founder Craig Goldberg and his team drew inspiration from South Africa’s tradition of grill and steakhouses, and before long diners could enjoy Hurricane’s Grill’s wholesome menu at multiple branches throughout Australia. With over two decades of success, the brand opened its first international outlet in Indonesia, before setting its sights on Dubai. The brand is also currently planning its expansion into China.
Located on the lower ground floor of The Dubai Mall’s new Fashion Avenue, the restaurant offers comfortable indoor and outdoor seating. Sourcing only the finest meat from New Zealand and Australia, Hurricane’s Grill’s passionate team have established solid relationships with suppliers allowing the menu to include top quality dishes at phenomenal prices. The menu not only offers Hurricane’s Grill’s signature steaks and ribs but also free-range lamb and chicken, seafood, salads and vegetarian dishes. Already a hit with the fitness community, the expansive menu serves up a multitude of options that suit both protein and plant-based diets.
After a sumptuous feast, guests are encouraged to leave room for one of Hurricane’s Grill’s home-made desserts or double-thick milk shakes for the perfect sweet conclusion to a relaxed, social dining experience.
“Dining out on a good plate of food should not break the bank. High-quality, value for money and generous portions is what we are all about. Hurricane’s Grill is the generosity of spirit, experience and product. We want you to walk away feeling loved and well fed,” says Joe van Jaarsveld, F&B operations director for Hurricane’s Grill Dubai.
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