London's French restaurant Aubaine enters Dubai

Aubaine, a London-based French restaurant and boulangerie, is set to open at The Dubai Mall in December 2015

Aubaine will soon open in Dubai.
Aubaine will soon open in Dubai.

Aubaine, a London-based French restaurant and boulangerie, is set to open in Dubai in December 2015, on the ground floor at the main entrance of The Dubai Mall.

The interiors are meant to combine the elegance of a Parisian salon with the relaxed ambiance of a Provençal bistro.

Aubaine, meaning ‘treat’ in French, will have its own artisanal boulangerie, handcrafted patisseries, and authentic French dishes, offering an all-day dining experience.

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Hani Nakkach, founder of Aubaine, said: "Dubai is fast becoming a gastronomic heaven which rivals London and New York, with its exciting array of international cuisine on offer and being a well-travelled destination. Hence we feel Dubai is the ideal destination for Aubaine to open the first outpost outside UK."

He continued: "Opening at such iconic destination as Dubai Mall, we are very proud to showcase our menu from London with additional dishes specially created for Dubai. Of course not forgetting to mention our hand-crafted selection of French cakes and bread, where we believe there’s something for all to discover and enjoy."

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