Joining Jolie, Duomo and Thia at The Dubai Edition hotel is Inti, a tasteful Peruvian inspired dining experience fused with Japanese flavours. The word Inti is Quechua for 'sun', relfecting the traditional Latin American inspiration for much of the menu. Its culinary creativity, combined with its audacious design have quickly earned it a place at the top of Dubai’s fiercely competitive culinary scene.
Inti is a Latin-inspired sanctuary amidst Dubai hustle and bustle. Designed by the visionary talent of Lázaro Rosa Violán, the restaurant boasts stylish signature panels adorned with Inca scriptures, a multi-layered seating arrangement both indoor and outdoor, highlighting the theatricality at the heart of the contemporary dining. With unrivalled views of downtown Dubai’s impressive skyline, including the Burj Khalifa, Init takes Peruvian artistic influences to new heights.
Seafood is the star of the starter menu here with tuna tartar, tiraditos, sushi, squid antichuchos and both classic and contemporary interpretations of ceviche. Meatier options are available on the main menus- check out the lamb chops with togarashi, and the yakiniku, a 72-hour braised beef short-rib with yakiniki sauce, a mix of soy, mirin, sugar, and sesame seeds. If you’re still hungry for seafood, there’s plenty to suit your taste, like octopus with potato and black olive pesto, or a whole lobster baked in a josper charcoal oven. Don't stop there- for dessert, choose between Latin American and international sweet treats such as churros, white chocolate cheesecake, and tres leches.
The fun doesn’t stop with the menu. Inti also boasts a private lounge, Waska, separate from the main restaurant and only available by booking. Waska is set on a raised platform lit by LED lights and has its own DJ and drinks menu, promising drinking and dancing until the small hours.