New outlets open in Souk Al Bahar
Dubai, August 19, 2013
Ten new dining, retail, and leisure outlets have opened their doors in the Arabesque shopping and entertainment destination Souk Al Bahar, in Downtown Dubai.
The mall is home to a diverse range of food and beverage outlets, including international restaurants serving cuisines from the East and West, said a statement.
The new dinning outlets include Kanpai, a Japanese restaurant set in a modern ambience with a laid back atmosphere; Sake No Hana Dubai by Crystal, created by the Hakkasan Group and The Crystal Group provides authentic Japanese cuisine; Patiala, a fine-dining Indian restaurant; Café Habana, a Cuban-Mexican eatery that offeres traditional Mexican and Cuban food; Fuego provides authentic Mexican flavours; and Claw serves America’s Southern hospitality on a platter.
Mayrig, a twin restaurant concept which will house Lebanese and Armenian cuisines is set to open shortly and Salon of Cakes offers classic and traditional French pastries.
Yas Beauty Spa offers shoppers relaxing treatments , while FR Hueb offers visitors hand-crafted 18-carat gold, diamonds, and precious gemstones.
Souk Al Bahar features over 100 stores including over 30 food and beverage outlets, said the statement.
It provides easy access to key attractions in Downtown Dubai, as it is directly linked to The Dubai Mall, the 3.5 km Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain. - TradeArabia News Service
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