Contemporary Asian concept to open at Address Sky View, Dubai

Cé La Vi has six other outlets around Asia including Singapore and Hong Kong

To be located at the newly opened Address Sky View in Downtown Dubai, Cé La Vi will offer a restaurant, sky bar, club lounge, and pool deck with infinity pool overlooking Burj Khalifa
To be located at the newly opened Address Sky View in Downtown Dubai, Cé La Vi will offer a restaurant, sky bar, club lounge, and pool deck with infinity pool overlooking Burj Khalifa

Cé La Vi, a contemporary Asian dining venue with six outlets around Asia, is set to open its seventh branch in Dubai before the end of the year.

To be located at the newly opened Address Sky View in Downtown Dubai, Cé La Vi will offer a restaurant, sky bar, club lounge, and pool deck with infinity pool overlooking Burj Khalifa, sister publication Caterer Middle East revealed. 

Executive chef Howard Ko has over 11 years of culinary experience in Michelin starred restaurants from New York and California before joining the Cé La Vi Dubai team. He said: “I am delighted to be opening Cé La Vi, a globally renowned dining and entertainment concept in one of the most incredible cities in the world. Dubai is bustling with international restaurant brands and Cé La Vi’s exceptional food and full entertainment offering will be a great addition to the region.”

Other Cé La Vi’s are located in Hong Kong, Singapore, Colombo, Taipei, Shanghai, and Tokyo.

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