French bistro Cassette will be opening its doors this February in The Courtyard in Al Quoz. In a space that houses a diverse range of creative practices under one roof, Cassette will be introduced as the ultimate creative session. With H2R Design as concept creators and interior designers, guests will be offered a gateway into inspirational, curated content in design, music, food, art and everything in between.
Using the word ‘Cassette’ and its French origins as an important source of inspiration, the re-imagined bistro takes French cuisine and puts an international spin on it. Introducing what the team like to call a “Modern Parisian Direction.” Creating an authentic and captivating story, presenting creatively curated dishes that will evoke subtle hints of French familiarity in their flavour, but has taken internationally in order to still welcome a wide range of diners and tastes.
From healthy dishes to small bites and crave-able comfort foods, Cassette has something to offer for everyone, in addition to artisanal coffee, wellness range of tea and variety of homemade juices and seasonal drinks.
Cassette will also introduce guests to a very unique selection of music, with an interactive corner where they can listen to and buy limited edition vinyls. Local artists in the region will also be supported by inviting them to bring in artwork for display and purchase in the re-imagined bistro. It is important to Cassette that local artists are given an opportunity to display their work for the world to see.
The French bistro is situated in a particularly unique location, The Courtyard, not only because it offers an opportunity to get away from the city life, but also because it is one of the oldest buildings in Al Quoz. Having been built out of recycled and repurposed materials gives the space a great amount of sentimental value, as well as an opportunity for guests to enjoy an old town, cobblestone feel.
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