Representing 1930s glamour, Shanghai Me is ideal for chic dining or post-work drinks. DIFC is an ideal place to visit and it’s all set to get even better with an influx of brand new restaurants and bars in the area.
Asian restaurant Shanghai Me is all set to open in DIFC in October. The concept was apparently inspired by the “glamour of 1930s Shanghai”, it’s promising “decadent detailing and aromatic cuisine”. Interiors come from architect Michele Bonan and will be art-deco. The new restaurant is all set to be launched in The Exchange building in DIFC and will boast a bar and lounge, bamboo-filled terrace and private dining area. The team will ensure entertainment with a late-night DJ to keep the party going. A combination of East Asian flavours will be served at Shanghai Me. The new restaurant comes from Bulldozer Group, the team behind BASE and GAIA among others.
“Our vision is to create solid, innovative concepts designed to cater to Dubai’s cosmopolitan clientele,” said Evgeny Kuzin, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Bulldozer. “We are proud to introduce another home-grown concept to DIFC, in an area that houses some of the world’s most prestigious restaurant brands.
“We have taken our time to explore each and every element of the concept, in order to create a playful, energetic environment that highlights the strength of Dubai’s culinary landscape and can be exported around the world.”
DIFC has a few new spots that will be launched this winter, as luxury bar A.E.R. is due to open next week. Standing in the space that formerly held 7 Elephants, the lounge offers a 100ft bar and spacious outdoor terrace.
Opening October 2019. The Exchange, DIFC.
Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
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