Fumo Lounge by Rosso opens at Amwaj Rotana JBR

Fumo Lounge by Rosso is open from 5pm until 1am on weekdays and from 5pm until 2am on weekends

Fumo Lounge by Rosso.
Fumo Lounge by Rosso.

Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach – Dubai has launched its brand new lounge, an extension of the Italian restaurant Rosso.

The newest addition to Amwaj Rotana, Fumo Lounge’s menu was designed based on the idea of sharing concepts in a casual setting.

Guests can enjoy sushi and new style sashimi from Benihana, Lebanese dishes with a modern twist, wood-fired flatbreads from the host kitchen, Rosso, and many more.

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The design of Fumo lounge is laid back chic with an Arabesque feel. Seating just more than 100 guests.

Commenting on the new lounge, Mark Deere, the hotel's general manager said: "With the addition of Fumo Lounge by Rosso, we have successfully been able to diversify the type of restaurants we offer as well as reinforce the strong brand that our popular Italian restaurant, Rosso, currently enjoys in the market.”

Fumo Lounge by Rosso is open from 5pm until 1am on weekdays and from 5pm until 2am on weekends at the second level of Amwaj Rotana, Jumeirah Beach Residence.

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