Amwaj Rotana, Jumeirah Beach to launch a new restaurant

The new restaurant will seat approximately 100 guests and feature a bar area

Located in JBR, the property offers 301 guest rooms.
Located in JBR, the property offers 301 guest rooms.

Amwaj Rotana will soon reveal its latest concept: a new restaurant and a lounge, which is as yet unnamed.

Set to launch in the final quarter of 2017, the new establishment will offer a menu of sharing concepts from the kitchens of its restaurants, Rosso, Benihana, JB’s, and Horizon. The design will be contemporary with an Arabesque feel to it.

"After the successful launch of JB’s Gastropub over a year ago, we’re pleased to be embarking on another endeavour that is based on the interests of our guests. It is an absolute pleasure to be able to meet market demands" said Amwaj Rotana general manager Mark Deere.

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The new restaurant will seat approximately 100 guests and feature a bar area.

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