Nozomi, an award-winning contemporary Japanese lifestyle restaurant from London and Riyadh, has opened its doors in the gardens of Marsa Malaz Kempinski, The Pearl – Doha in Qatar.
The concept is an innovative addition to Do
Glee Hospitality Solutions, a renowned name in the hospitality business, has launched a Chinese, a Japanese and a gourmet waffle restaurant at BoxPark, a lifestyle destination in Dubai, UAE.
Launched by the Meeras Development grou
Megu Doha, an upscale New York-based restaurant in Qatar, received top accolades last month from leading publications Fact Magazine as well as Time Out Magazine.
The restaurant was voted the ‘Best Japanese Restaurant’ at the
A Japanese garden created by a Bahrain resident more than 30 years ago was bulldozed yesterday (March 30) to make way for a new public park.
Hundreds of trees and plants were destroyed on the 300 square metre garden in Hajjiyat, w
A Japanese garden that was built by a Bahrain resident more than 30 years ago could soon be demolished by authorities to make way for a new public park.
Briton Steve Vlajic told the GDN he was being forced to remove more than 200
Hotbrands International (HBI), a Dubai-based food services company, has opened its Haru casual dining restaurant offering Japanese cuisine at the Dubai Silicon Oasis.
Haru provides a refreshing experience with
Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah has opened a Japanese restaurant featuring a team of talented specialist chefs from across the globe.
UMI, the new eatery, is led by Japanese chef Kando, who boasts 20 years of experience cooking his
Brother International, a leading laser and inkjet printing devices manufacturer, has unveiled a new regional logo that showcases the company’s 100-year history.
The new logo has specially been created for the Middle East and
A delegation from Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro) visited Dubai World Central, an aerotropolis, to take a closer look at its infrastructure and facilities.
The Japanese delegation explored the opportunities available to
A British and a Japanese scientist won the Nobel Prize for Medicine on Monday for work on creating stem cells, opening the door to new methods to diagnose and treat diseases.
Briton John Gurdon and Japan's Shinya Yamanaka equa