Atelier Hospitality and Tashkeel Studio are behind the new concept.
Dubai, there’s a new Arabic restaurant coming to town. Gerbou, which translates to welcome, is opening in the city and has sustainability at its heart. The opening date is set for early 2024, and here’s what we know.
President of Atelier House Hospitality, Panchali Mahendra, shared: “Atelier Hospitality and Tashkeel Studio are ready to share our pride project that we have for the first time very quietly and patiently working on since the last one year.
Here we go, Gerbou (which means welcome in Arabic). Our new restaurant concept around Emirati and Arabic food and being sustainable at its core front. Helmed by talented Chef Ionel Catau and in collaboration with Sahar Parham Al Awadhi we are creating a world class restaurant that will cater to all.”
Gerbou has been designed by award-winning interior designers, Kristina Zanic Consultants, and the Dubai-based art gallery, Tashkeel Studio. The team have released renders of the new venue, and it looks like a sleek spot. Spanning indoor and outdoor spaces, the décor looks set to be Arabic chic.
The images of Gerbou showcase traditional prints across cushions and sofas. The indoor space includes high ceilings, soft, earthy tones and a mix of high and low tables. The outdoor space includes include palm trees, lounge seats, tables and a bar.
If Atelier House Hospitality’s previous restaurants are anything to go by, Gerbou looks set to be a success. The team is behind Dubai hospitality hits 11 Woodfire, Marea, Mohalla, RSVP, and Morini in Riyah.
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GO: Visit www.atelierhousehospitality.co for more information.