The Arabic name translates to ‘amazing views’, and is a tribute to the venue’s spectacular vista of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah and the Arabian Gulf.
Sit back in this bright and elegant lounge and explore delicacies from Morocco with Parisian influences including Bocadillos and Bisteeya.
Come and discover local Emiratis’ favourite drinks: Chai and Karak teas, and watch the world go by feeling the Al Bait Baitak spirit.
The Land Explorer
When the Arabian explorers first arrived in northern Africa, Morocco was believed to be the western most point of the world.
Arabs brought new spices and the sweet and sour combinations that we see in dishes like bisteeya.
During the 18th and 19th centuries the French era began, and although short-lived compared to other empires, it left behind a culture of cafés, pastries and fine foods.