New restaurant manager at Bushman's on The Palm

Youssif Ftouni joins Bushman's Restaurant and Bar at Anantara The Palm Resort as its new restaurant manager

Youssif Ftouni.
Youssif Ftouni.

Youssif Ftouni has been working with Anantara The Palm Resort since the pre-opening in 2013 at Crescendo, the all-day dining restaurant.

He developed his management skills and team supervision expertise with international brands including Golden Tulip, along with outlets in Beirut and the UAE. Ftouni has a strong knowledge of key managerial operations, from performance management and guest’s service.

Moving into his new role as restaurant manager at Bushman’s, Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort, Ftouni will be responsible for overseeing restaurant operations across the bar and terrace areas in the venue, ranging from improving productivity, business development and ensuring the day-to-day success of the restaurant.

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Ftouni said in a statement: “I’m so excited to have this role in one of the most famous Australian restaurants in Dubai. We have so much talent here as well as an awe-inspiring menu and offers. I believe there is much we can achieve.”

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