L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is the new restaurant from the famed late French chef in Gate Village 11 is now open, and is said to “represent the next era in the Joël Robuchon story”. The new DIFC restaurant promises a sophisticated and casual atmosphere, that’s “refined by informal”.
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon has an open-plan main dining room, bar area and outside terrace. The place is all focused around an open kitchen too, which is designed by Gatserelia Design studio. Robuchon’s protégé, executive chef Axel Manes, takes the helm at the DIFC venue.
Diners can expect healthy and seasonal ingredients in simple dishes. Highlights on the menu include a selection of Robuchon’s signature dishes including crispy poached egg with caviar, truffle pizza, dover sole à la plancha, fresh fish, veggie ceviche and a lot more.
A temple of French gastronomy under the direction of Axel Manes, one of the youngest chefs in the world to be awarded a Michelin star. Diners can discover the energy, emotion and art, presenting to you an authentic and accessible experience.
An iconic figure in the culinary world, Joël Robuchon was the world’s most decorated chef with 32 Michelin stars across his restaurants. The ‘Chef of the Century’ sadly passed away in 2018. Robuchon’s protégés now carry on this culinary philosophy. L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon Dubai is the 12th location around the world, adding to existing venues that include the Michelin-stared L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon’s in New York and Paris. The restaurant’s signature counter seating facing directly into the open kitchen, signature red and black colour scheme and an expansive outdoor terrace lined with bronze vines by French contemporary artist Philippe Pasqua.
One of the worlds most accoladed restaurant chains, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, is opening its doors in Dubai. Boasting of striking black and red decor, so we can imagine something similar of the Dubai outpost, which is being designed by Gatserelia Design.
Across the Joël Robuchon portfolio, restaurants have 30 Michelin stars, the most of any chef in the world.
DIFC is turning into the city’s food capital. This year, we’ve seen arrivals of international hotspots like Indochine and Marea from New York, Amazonico from Madrid and homegrown Asian concept, Shanghai Me. This is also set to become home to Aqua restaurant group’s top concept, Hutong, in 2020.
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
Gate Village 11, DIFC
PODIUM LEVEL AL BOURSA STREET – DIFC
Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
Tel.: +971 4 297 7729
Photo courtesy: www.atelier-robuchon.ae
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