You can check my previous reviews and to say that this is the first time that I have ever been to any one restaurant so often in a short period would be an understatement! Firstly, I think it important to admit that I was staying at the Ritz Carlton as I have done every year for the past three years so it was a very easy choice. However, for those of you that know Dubai well, I can assure you that it is equally as easy to walk out the hotel and find any number of good quality restaurants. To say Blue Jade is a very welcome addition not only to the Ritz Carlton but to Dubai would also be an understatement. The quality of the food is sublime and it's so nice to find an Oriental restaurant where you don't get the same old favourites that you can find at any good or bad Oriental restaurant. Nearly everything on Blue Jade's menu is the chef's own take/twist and it works wonderfully well. Perhaps the signature dish that really scored big time for was the Seabass with Green Ginger wrapped in lotus leaf which, as you can read in previous reviews, is a recipe handed down by the chefs grandmother.It's an unmitigated success. Never had anything like it in my life. By the way, the chef is from Vietnam. Okay, the ubiquitous black cod does rear its head;as it does everywhere nowadays but, once again, the chef has put his own stamp on the recipe. It's seriously yummy. The salads are to die for and the meat dishes are stupendous. Once again, you will note from past reviews that I do not give praise so easily and if something is wrong I shout about it. Blue Jade is special. Indeed, so long as you don't go crazy on alcohol you will walk out thinking it's phenomenally good value. The deserts are also not only unusual but tasty in extremis! The service is everything you would expect, and more, from Ritz Carlton. Finally, I'm more than aware that you're probably thinking that I own shares in the place! If only….
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