It’s all about la buena onda (good vibes)
Bound by the Andes from the east and the Pacific from the west, Chile stretches from the belly of South America all the way to the continent’s most southern tip. The cuisine is a combination of traditional Spanish fare and indigenous cooking using local ingredients, mixing European and Middle Eastern influences. Chile’s viticulture, with the recovery of forgotten grape varieties, is making it a world-class producer.
Chileans have boundless hospitality and are all about la buena onda (good vibes) and la buena mesa (good table) which translates into sharing a good meal, uncorking rich reds and crisp whites, and reveling in great company and endless conversations.
This December BOCA offers a limited period pop-up menu of four sharing dishes inspired by the hospitality and cuisine of Chile with a bottle of crisp Chilean Sauvignon Blanc for AED 345. The menu will feature Tuna Ceviche and Fritura de Pescado y Marisco Platter paired with a bottle of Miguel Torres Santa Digna, available only from December 6th to 12th.
DEC 6th-12th ALL DAY
Four courses and one bottle of Miguel Torres Santa Digna or a Jug of Virgin White Sangria – AED 345