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Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Links @ The Address Montgomerie Dubai

Golf Course

Well most of you would be surprised, i do play golf. Beginner level though. This golf range is awesome, overlooking the uptown Dubai skyline. Lovely view.

Links Terrace Area

This lively bistro with interesting and extensive selection of very delicious food, good variety of drinks, yummy beers, you can enjoy indoors or on the terrace overlooking the superb golf range and uptown Dubai skyline.

Complimentary Bread
Roast Pork Belly (AED110)
Guinness Beef Stew (AED110)

Food was great but wasn't "that great".  Quite expensive. Love the beer, but is standard. A great place to chill during the afternoon and evening as having beautiful views. Watching people playing golf was entertaining. However still love the overall ambiance, romantic place.

Location : Links @ The Address Montgomerie Dubai
           Emirates Hills
Time     : Breakfast 6.30am to 11.30am (Friday and Saturdays)
           Lunch & Dinner 12.00pm to 10.30pm
Email    : dine.montgomerie@theaddress.com
Tel      : +971 4 888 3444\

Rating   : 3.90/5.0
Critics  : Slow and inattentive service. Requiring customers to hunt for waiters to from getting tables to orders and even billing.

Will i be back? Sure. Lovely place.


The Yum List said...

I don't have enough patience for an entire round of golf. I much prefer the driving range where I can hit a bucket of balls non-stop and not have to chase after them.

Nancy Chan said...

Looks like a great place to relax and enjoy your meal when you are not in a hurry. I know what it is like to hunt for waiters. Lol!

suituapui said...

That's a gorgeous looking pie...and oh my!!! Pork belly!!! Slurpssss!!!!

Rose said...

A nice place to swing and relax after a tough day. I like the look of that pork belly. Hehehe.

Yee Ling said...

Even one is not playing golf, but enjoying the beautiful view is simply breathtaking.

Linda said...

What a nice place, and looking at the food is making me hungry. :)

Sean said...

hearty, meaty stuff - love the thought of a leisurely dinner of pork belly and beef stew ... even though i don't know how to appreciate golf, heh :)

Coffee Girl said...

Ooooo pork belly!

mun said...

Eh, I thought you left a comment that oink oink is not allowed? Did I misunderstand your comment?

Kati said...

I had no idea, how cool!


Shirley Tay said...

I was really into golf but took lessons from an Australia coach some years back as there's a golf club just less than 10 mins from my home. Hubby plays rather often tho. He would love to play in Dubai! Have a good weekend, Irvin!

Irvine Chin said...

Yumlist, same here!

Nancy this place is the real deal when comes to ambiance. Definitely a place for visitor to drop by for a night to rest their legs.

Suituapui yup. yummmyyy. Guinness pie was amazing.

Rose, looks burn on the skin though :P

Yee ling, very true. watching them play is even better.

Pls have some Linda!

Sean, just watch haha. That's what we are doing though.

CoffeeGirl, long time no hear!

Hi Mun. all restaurants are not allowed, but you do get them in supermarkets at the non-halal section for homecooking. Standard worldwide, international famous hotel is another case. This was my first encounter for oink oink too (even in hotel).

Kati now u know ;)

Wow that's nice, having golf lessons. Must be pretty good in the basics already. Yup ur husband will love playing here especially during the winter season.

mun said...

Thanks for the detailed explanation. :)

Irvine Chin said...

Welcome mun. Glad to share more on dubai culture with malaysian friends =)

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