New res­tau­rant opens in Al Seef at Dubai water­front

Doors Res­tau­rant is a freestyle grill con­cept

Caterer Middle East - - News -

Al Seef, Dubai’s water­front des­ti­na­tion, has seen the ar­rival of Doors Res­tau­rant, a freest yle grill con­cept.

Brought to Dubai by cel­e­brated chef Ke­mal Cey­lan, Doors Res­tau­rant has a seat­ing ca­pac­ity of up to 400 peo­ple, with 12,000 sq ft of space sep­a­rated into six dis­tinct zones, each of­fer­ing an ex­pe­ri­ence of its own in­clud­ing shisha and al fresco.

The res­tau­rant serves a global fu­sion menu fea­tur­ing dishes from var­i­ous in­ter­na­tional cuisines with a con­tem­po­rary twist yet swear­ing by the au­then­tic f lavour of the in­gre­di­ents.

Chef Cey­lan said he be- lieves in of­fer­ing a per­son­alised din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, tak­ing guests back to the ba- sics of sim­ple cook­ing, show­cas­ing the soul­ful f lavours of in­gre­di­ents in its purest form. He plans to fo­cus on im­pec­ca­ble vis­ual pre­sen­ta­tion, ex­otic aro­mas, nos­tal­gic f lavours, and dis­tinct tex­tures to in­ter­est and ex­cite his cus­tomers.

Cey­lan hails from Tur­key and opened his f irst res­tau­rant in Shen­zhen, fol­lowed by Guangzhou, China. On his new open­ing he said: “We are truly thrilled to launch our f irst res­tau­rant in the GCC. Dubai, be­ing the global culi­nary hub is a com­pet­i­tive yet ex­cit­ing mar­ket. Peo­ple un­der­stand and ap­pre­ci­ate the nu­ances of great food, which makes it re­ally im­per­a­tive for us to el­e­vate our of­fer­ings and ex­pe­ri­ence.”

Emma BanksKe­mal Cey­lan out­side his newly opened Doors Res­tau­rant.

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