Dutch dining concept set to make MidEast debut

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Supperclub, the world-famous address for fine dining and entertainment which originated in Amsterdam, Netherlands, is set to open its first destination in the Middle East.

The restaurant and lounge concept, the Middle East's first supperclub, will open in Jumeirah Zabeel Saray and is being brought to Dubai by supperclub Middle East Facilities Management.

The Dubai outlet follows in the footsteps of venues in Amsterdam, Istanbul, San Francisco, Los Angeles and London.

A statement said each "was rooted in the respective city's artistic expression with cutting edge art, fine dining and spectacular entertainment".

Yassin Matbouly, a partner of supperclub Middle East Facilities Management, said: "Dubai is renowned for its outstanding luxury hospitality, and with supperclub Dubai, we are delivering an entirely new concept for the region, aimed at diversifying the sector, which has witnessed incremental growth in recent years.

"At supperclub Dubai, guests can relish the finest fine dining experience, complemented by spellbinding cultural experiences that will be unsurpassed for its dynamism, verve and creativity."

Bert Van der Leden, the brain behind the supperclub franchise, and partner at owners IQ Creative, added: "supperclub was born out of our desire to be different, to offer our guests unexpected, unconventional venues highlighted by fine food, creativity and a sense of experimentation.

"The city's burgeoning art scene, its position as the region's cosmopolitan hub, and stunning Zabeel Saray setting made Dubai an obvious choice for our new venture."

The Dubai venture offers six dining and entertainment options where guests can indulge in experimental dishes from famed head chef Dom Robinson.

The entertainment will range from aerial and acrobatic artists, inspiring musicians and showcases by international and local creative talent, the statement said.

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