The Nth Degree Club open for membership in Dubai

Founder Robert Walton MBE thinks the concept has entered the Dubai market at the right time

Robert Walton MBE, founder of Nth Degree Club.
Robert Walton MBE, founder of Nth Degree Club.

The Nth Degree Club, a private dining club based in London, is expanding its presence in Dubai.

In its founding city, the membership is made up of 500 high net worth (HNW) individuals. The membership applications in Dubai have opened up and enquiries can be made directly to the Club.

The president of the Restaurant Association of Great Britain and The Nth Degree Club founder Robert Walton MBE launched the club at a VIP reception in the Palm Gardens at the Park Hyatt on November 19.

The concept of the club revolves around a diverse calendar of events in hard-to-access dining venues. These include tastings, drinks soirees, annual sporting events as well as the club’s signature concept; The Private Dining Experience.

Speaking to Caterer Middle East, Walton said: "The club is about putting influential, like-minded, successful people around a special dining table to build friendships, relationships and business connections." 

In London, the club hosts four events a month, and Walton is keen to replicate that model in Dubai as well. 

He believes it is the right time for such a concept to enter the market, and said the Club is looking at cities like Singapore and New York as well in the future.

Read the full interview with Robert Walton in a future issue of Caterer Middle East.

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