Dinamico is the latest restaurant to open in DIFC

The non-licensed outlet operates under the management of JAS Hospitality

The 100-cover restaurant serves classic Italian dishes.
The 100-cover restaurant serves classic Italian dishes.

Casual dining Italian restaurant Dinamico has opened in DIFC, located in the residential tower of Sky Gardens.

The non-licensed outlet operates under the management of UAE-based hospitality and lifestyle development company Jas Hospitality, which owns both of Dubai's Fümé restaurants

Its name was inspired by a combination of the words ‘dine’, ‘dynamic’ and ‘amico’ (referring to ‘friends’ in Italian).

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The 100-cover restaurant serves classic Italian dishes, such as maccheroncelli pasta with meatballs and pecorino cheese, Puglia pizza topped with mozzarella, wild broccolini, ricotta, veal sausages and anchovies, and rosted lamb chops wih artichockes, olives and fava beans.

The children's options include gnocchi with tomato sauce and margherita pizza.

Dinamico's interiors were inspired by Tuscany and feature architectural elements from that region, as well as an outside terrace.

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