Little Buddha in Sharm el Sheikh is another offshoot of the famous Buddha Bar in Paris and the successful French inspired Asian drinking and dining venue is just as elaborate here as it is in the original.
As soon as you've entered this remarkable place with its monumental proportions, you'll be enthralled by the charm of its soothing, exotic atmosphere. The bar and lounge looks out over the sunken dining area where the gigantic Buddha - the bar's namesake - sits serenely enthroned.
The amber-colored lighting, rich mahogany furniture, Chinese and Japanese art objects, Khmer statues, decorated wood panels, lush reds and gold, luxurious fabrics and Portuguese mosaics all come together to create an opulent and refined décor.
In the Little Buddha your taste buds travel to distant lands as the chef calls upon his charms to create a culinary art score that skillfully combines exotic delicacies with high-class cuisine. Diners are free to choose from a selection of Japanese fusion, French, Asian and Pacific gourmet dishes but the emphasis is on relaxation, so if you choose to just share a couple of appetizers or a plate of sushi and drinks then no problem, Little Buddha is as chilled as the man himself.
After dinner why not head back upstairs and finish off the night with drinking and dancing as the venue turns more nightclub than restaurant and is open till the early hours.
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