Venus Ristorante & Beach Club on Bluewaters Island, Dubai

by Johnsen Villavelez

Venus Ristorante & Beach Club is a lush setting sited beyond the sweeping doors of Julius Tower at Caesar’s Palace, Dubai. Italy’s coast inspires the newly opened food and resort destination. It features a restaurant and a Beach Club that will transport every guest to the South European country from the moment they step foot into the space. According to an article, It joins the mighty Cove Beach at Caesars Palace Dubai. Venus boasts stunning Ain Dubai views, towering palm trees and strategically-strewn hammocks, providing the perfect frame for that all-important Instagram photo.

Heading to the Ristorante for lunch or dinner, guests can sit on a citrus tree-lined terrace, a private deck area dubbed Cala Piccola that is nestled in its jungle-like nook or within an indoor dining room. The Pizza Room is a highlight of the venue, where a wood fire oven is primed and ready to serve freshly baked pies. Apart from this, the menu features dishes inspired by the Amalfi Coast, such as Burrata e pomodori in agrodolce, plenty of pasta and risotto to satisfy every craving and a host of mains including grilled meats and perfectly-prepared fish, including Orata con insalata di finocchi e france (pan-seared sea bream plated with fennel, orange, pine seeds and fresh herbs).

Alternatively, visitors can also opt to lounge poolside on deckchairs, with tunes from a DJ to keep you company; on weekends, the entertainment is elevated with thrilling performances come sunset. When the hunger pangs strike, one can pick from a poolside menu starring Piccoli assaggi (small samples of mouthwatering bites). The vibrant salads such as the Insalata Venus (a medley of baby lettuce, radicchio, wild rocket, radish, four seeds, pecorino cheese, pomelo and an agave dressing) is also a must-try. Furthermore, a good meal wouldn’t be complete without a sweet treat, and diners can reach for options such as gelato or sorbetto, Amalfi d’inverno (Amalfi lemon curd with almond panna cotta, lemon crumble, yoghurt snow and candied lemon) and the classic Tiramisu.

The swaying palms and gorgeous greenery frame cabanas have been named after the Amalfi Coast’s most iconic towns. Scala, Tramonti and Ravello can fit six to eight people, while Positano, Amalfi and Capri, which come with a hammock, can accommodate four to six. Regardless of your choice, both offer a fresh fruit platter on arrival and other surprises throughout the day. The fact that it was named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty, Venus, is a unique space nestled on Bluewaters Island in Dubai. It is open for lunch and dinner, and the menu contains Mediterranean flavours. Guests can feast from fresh pasta to decadent salads and delicious desserts. Please click here to check their menu and know if there’s something for all dietary requirements.

Timings:
Daily: 12:00 – 00:00
Venus Ristorante will be closed for dinner on Tuesdays

Contact:
Venus Ristorante & Beach Club
Caesars Resort – Pool Side – Ground Floor
Bluewaters Island
Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Tel: +971 4 556 6666
Web: https://www.caesars.com/dubai/caesars-palace-dubai/restaurants/venus-ristorante

Photo courtesy: https://www.caesars.com/dubai/caesars-palace-dubai/restaurants/venus-ristorante

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