Bab Al Mansour, specialising in Moroccan cuisine, recently opened its doors in Dubai. The restaurant is located on Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard in downtown Dubai, opposite the Dubai Opera.
Mohamed Ait Ouali, Moroccan Ambassador in the UAE; Abderrahim Rahhaly, Consul General of Morocco in the UAE; Moroccan chef Choumicha; senior management team from Global Catering Services; inaugurated Bab Al Mansour in the presence of several celebrities.
At Bab Al Mansour, organically grown food imported from Moroccan farms is complemented by an array of authentic recipes and an exquisite interior design featuring high ceilings, vibrant lighting, white and gold embellishments that create an unmatched royal dining experience.
“We are proud to welcome UAE residents and visitors to experience authentic Moroccan cuisine presented by our celebrity chef Choumicha. We worked hard towards identifying the best location for this culinary gem as well as designing our beautiful interior that allows our guests to feel like they are dining at the royal court of Meknes. Since its soft opening on November 29, 2018, the restaurant has become one of the busiest spots in Dubai where friends and families gather to enjoy flavoursome Moroccan cuisine in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Bab Al Mansour is the place where food speaks Moroccan,” says Rabih Daher, CEO, Global Catering Services.
The restaurant has been designed in accordance with the highest standards of quality and sophistication. Evoking the beauty of the Islamic arts in both design and decoration, its large doors and décor were designed specifically for the restaurant, crafted by Moroccan artists. Accommodating up to 260 diners, the exquisite dining spot promises to transport visitors into the 14th century Marinid dynasty royal dining atmosphere influenced by colourful mosaic interior, also crafted by Moroccan artisans.
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