Josefinna Valve has been appointed chef de cuisine of popular Argentinean restaurant Asado.
The restaurant, which is based in the recently renamed Palace Downtown hotel, first opened in 2008. Since then, the restaurant has gone from strength-to-strength, winning various awards, including the Best Latin American Restaurant at the BBC Good Food Middle East Awards in 2011.
Chef Joesfinna is originally from South America, and brings with her a wealth of experience and creativity to her new role in the kitchen. New dishes on her menu include the ‘Merluza con Arroz Negro y Salsa de Langostinos’ (Chilean sea bass with squid ink risotto), and the mouth-watering ‘Tira de Asado’ (slow-cooked short ribs with creamy mashed potatoes).
Chef Josefinna Valve launches new brunch
The new chef de cuisine is also launching a “Asado Grape and Harvest Lunch” from Friday 13th October. The brunch will run every Friday and Saturday, themed around Latin American market food. Dishes on the new menu include Argentinean staples such as seabass ceviche and beef chorizo. The new deal is competitive for the high end Downtown Dubai brunch market, priced at AED 200 for food, and AED 350 inclusive of house beverages.
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