The restaurant is with super views and innovative ways, serves tasty food and lip-smacking mixed drinks. A Cappella is a restaurant that serves best bar food and is the sister of cool Indian restaurants Trèsind and Carnival by Trèsind.
This is the third venture from Bhupender Nath’s Passion F&B in Dubai and it’s already making waves on the dining scene. Housed at The Pointe on Palm Jumeirah boasts a pleasant setting overlooking Atlantis The Palm, with a fabulous outdoor terrace area.
A Cappella offers cool vibe and casual feel, the fun-loving crowd visits nightly availing the best offers. Just as the name suggests the bar and kitchen at A Cappella work in tandem creating a cool rhythm for the night. A Cappella, from the House of Passion F&B, Dubai, is a celebration of life. Offering a super casual, groovy and fun space where, as the name suggests, the bar & kitchen work together to offer an exuberant & effervescent experience for guests. A Cappella offers guests to experience the chefs & mixologists working together in the same space, live, creating an experience unlike any. Music forms the core at A Cappella, offering a high-octane vibe, elevating the overall experience.
The kitchen is helmed by chef Paritosh Sharma. Chef Paritosh, who has worked at top brands including The Oberoi Hotels, Trident Hotels and The Leela Palace, has more than ten years of experience. He was part of the pre-opening team of Trésind and Carnival by Trésind and sets out to create a blend of global ingredients and cooking styles. When he joined Passion F&B, Nath appreciated his vision and he said that was interested in opening a small space with not more than 50 covers. Nath admired his passion and decided to open A Cappella under chef Paritosh’s lead. A Cappella’s tapas-style menu features dishes from eight different nations, from Japan to the US, all with an Indian twist.
Daily: 15:00 – 02:00
The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah
FB 08 East Wing
Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
Tel.: +971 58 971 9542
Photo courtesy: www.acappelladxb.com
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