Dining at World Trade Club in the Iconic Dubai World Trade Centre

Falcon Lounge Dubai

My recent dining adventure took me to the iconic Dubai World Trade Centre. On the 33rd Floor of DWTC is the World Trade Club, one of Dubai’s most exclusive clubs and first of its kind to open in Dubai. This club is now open for everyone, so you can come by for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Here’s a little trivia on Dubai’s World Trade Club:

The prestigious World Trade Club opened in February of 1989, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hasher bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, to mark the tenth anniversary of the iconic Dubai World Trade Centre Tower.

The World Trade Club in DWTC features unique venues for business and social events. They have large and small fully equipped Executive Boardroom/Conference Room to host business meetings and conferences.

You can choose from their themed unique spaces like Windsor Room, Club Room, Majlis Room, Mogul Room, Pearl Room and Executive Board Room. The Falcon Room offers an informal setup and a good place to dine too.

World Trade Club Dubai
The view from World Trade Club

We had our our lunch at the Falcon Lounge that offers a stunning and panoramic view of Dubai. The spacious lounge has a minimalistic and elegant decor with a well stocked bar and an amazing menu.

whether you’re looking for a light or sumptuous meal, their menu is designed to satisfy your taste buds. Their menu features global cuisine with good options for vegetarians and non vegetarians.

Their reasonably priced platters are the highlight of their menu, you have an option of picking individual dishes from any platter or order an entire platter. The platters can be customized according to your dietary restrictions.

Black Cinnamon Mojito

We started with drinks first and ordered their mocktail Black Cinnamon Mojito. Though the presentation looked good, the drink was too sweet. It definitely needs an improvement. They are licensed and you can order any alcoholic beverage.

Being a vegetarian, we only ordered the veg dishes. We went for their platters which looked very appealing on their iPad menu. The platters we tried were:

Halloumi burger

Burger Platter– Four different and colorful burgers and each of them packed with incredible flavors and great taste. Our favorite was the utterly delightful Halloumi, Heritage Beetroot And Spiced Tomato burger. Their burger platters are served along with a mix of French Fries, Sweet Potato Fries and Potato Wedges.

Indian Summer Salad

Indian Platter- It consisted of a starter, salad, dal, butter paneer masala, rice, bread with poppadum, chutney and buttermilk. This extremely delicious platter was a coming together of authentic Indian flavors. Each and every dish was distinct and delectable.

Date pudding

Dessert Platter– The dessert platter consisted of 6 carefully selected desserts from their signature Date Pudding to Pan Baked Brownie, Mango Cheesecake, Sicilian Cannoli to classic Indian dessert Ras Malai and the light Passion Fruit Sorbet. The date pudding is sinfully delicious and not to be missed. All the other desserts were scrumptious too.

We also tried their Chocolate Mousse Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream. It was a bit heavy yet tasty.

Chocolate mousse

We rounded it off with a pot of soothing and aromatic Chamomile Tea.

Our experience at World Trade Club was memorable. The food, the presentation, the variety, the atmosphere, the view and the service was excellent.

For booking or any other enquiry, you can call or email, The World Trade Club Dubai:

Phone: 04 309 7979

Email: wtc@dwtc.com

Website: http://www.dwtc.com
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Author: Meghana

I live in Dubai. I am passionate about traveling, food, reading, theatre, art, music, fashion, writing, tennis and photography. I love to explore new places, whether it is a country, restaurant, art gallery or a play. This blog will mostly cover food, lifestyle, travel and books. Come join me in my journey...you will enjoy the ride!

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