Four new dining concepts will soon descend upon DIFC

Dolce Hospitality is set to shake things up this week.

90s nostalgia continues to dominate seemingly everything, but it’s even more appealing when it comes with a side of glamour, courtesy of Dolce Hospitality. With a rich heritage that dates back to 1990 – when the likes of Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell were regulars at its Mayfair hangouts like Tantra and Emporium – the premium boutique operator is well-versed in its commitment to providing exquisite dining experiences. 

From attention to detail to highly regarded chefs and the finest ingredients used, no stone is unturned when it comes to research and development at Dolce Hospitality. Providing a truly unique experience is paramount to the team, which is set to disrupt Dubai’s hospitality industry with the launch of four new venues residing on the podium level of Al Fattan Currency Tower in DIFC: Mamounia, La Voile Rouge, Hidemasa, and Dolce Legends. Each will debut on 22 February, promising an array of delectable offerings. Here they are at a glance.

La Voile Rouge

Dress up and show up to this French-Mediterranean gem, hailing from the shores of St. Tropez, where the revered venue has reigned supreme for over four decades. Serving up a ‘sea of flavours’, you can indulge in rich, delectable flavours including French favourites Escargot, Duck Foie Gras Terrine and Niçoise Salad alongside a selection of steaks and seafood for mains. Famed for its grandiose vibes and exquisite cuisine, the new venue will also host fashion shows from its in-house runway, featuring new and emerging talent as well as globally acclaimed designers.


Indulge in a delectable and dynamic menu of Japanese favourites by Michelin-starred chef, Hide Yamamoto. Food aficionados are sure to be familiar with the Japanese chef who has been awarded multiple culinary accolades through his illustrious career. Chef Yamamoto has held the honour of serving numerous American presidents while stationed at Washington’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Previously at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, he brings with him elegantly executed plates ranging from sushi and sashimi to charcoal-grilled meats, fish and vegetarian options.

Mamounia Middle East

Anyone who has frequented London’s thriving food scene will be thrilled to learn that beloved Mayfair haunt Mamounia will soon open in Dubai. Here, you can enjoy a vibrant social atmosphere with shisha, belly dancers and other live entertainment, all set amongst wonderful flavours and textures from the region. A delicious sharing concept awaits, merging authentic Middle Eastern cuisine with a little West London flair. Enjoy beautifully marinated mezze plates whilst soaking up the expansive outdoor terrace, tastefully designed with Arabic calligraphy and traditional design elements.

Dolce Legends

Post-dinner, you can party the night away in style at the exuberant Dolce Legends. Originating in London in 1990, Dolce is a home-from-home for the A-list elite. The prestigious members’ club is a unique playground offering indulgent fun with an abundance of class and style. Guests are treated to world-class DJs to take the party up several notches with premium beverages, a cigar lounge, and surprise interactive elements at every corner. In a nutshell? Expect the unexpected! 

“Our team is thrilled to introduce an eclectic and unique experience to Dubai that boasts multiple mouth-watering menus, immaculate service and a lively atmosphere. We are excited to showcase a new level of hospitality to our Middle East patrons. Whether you are looking for contemporary award-winning Japanese, a revered Mediterranean dining experience, or authentic Arabic cuisine – each with a dash of opulent Dubai style – we are proud to offer something truly unique to the region,” said Agilla Younes Farrie, Chairman of Dolce Hospitality.

GO: Email or call 04 220 0321 for reservations or more information.

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Samia Qaiyum
A textbook third culture kid with a perpetual thirst for adventure, Samia Qaiyum specialises in travel and culture, having lived in five countries and travelled to 34 others – just don't ask her to define the word 'home'.

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