Dutch fine dining concept to open in Dubai

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Supperclub, the world-famous address for fine dining and artistic entertainment, will officially open its doors in Dubai on Friday.

Supperclub Dubai is opening at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, the Ottoman inspired luxury resort located on Palm Jumeirah.

Dubai now joins the league of global cities including Amsterdam, Istanbul, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and London, in hosting a Supperclub venue.

Yassin Matbouly, founder and partner of Supperclub MENA, said: "When we decided to bring the globally-renowned Supperclub brand to Dubai, our goal was to reinvent the landscape and concept of the luxury gastronomy scene in the city.

"Supperclub Dubai raises the benchmarks of the hospitality sector and provides the ultimate dining and entertainment experience the city has ever seen."

Bert Van der Leden, the brain behind the Supperclub franchise, and partner at owning company IQ Creative, added: "When Supperclub was launched 20 years ago in the creative capital of Amsterdam, we wanted to create a meeting ground that met the needs of prolific musicians, writers, and artists.

"Supperclub Dubai will become the benchmark in iconic music, bringing the best of art, music, and the gracious hospitality synonymous with the city of Dubai, to one stunning destination."

A statement said the Supperclub restaurant and lounge concept is rooted in fine food, and Supperclub Dubai will offer "experimental dishes" from head chef Dom Robinson.

International and locally-based DJs will manage the decks throughout the evening at Supperclub Dubai, which will also host an array of themed-nights, set to live entertainment.

Stephan Schupbach, general manager, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, said, "We are excited about the opening of Supperclub Dubai - it is the perfect addition to Jumeirah Zabeel Saray's award-winning restaurants and diverse culinary experiences."

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