Emaar Hospitality Group adds Toko in Vida Downtown to portfolio

The menu will highlight traditional Japanese culinary techniques

Toko Dubai.
Toko Dubai.

Emaar Hospitality Group has added Toko in Vida Downtown hotel to its Lifestyle Dining portfolio, which presents Izakaya dining of promoting social interactions.

Set in Downtown Dubai, the Toko brand first opened doors in 2007 in Sydney and opened in Dubai in late 2013 with Bulldozer Group.

The menu will highlight traditional Japanese culinary techniques and will include salads and tempura dishes, sashimi, rolls and nigiri or meat and seafood from the robata grill.

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In addition to the main restaurant setting, Toko Dubai’s Lounge, overlooking the Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard will serve beverages designed by the Toko Sydney team in addition to a full dinner menu. Toko Dubai will also feature live music. Further, a private Toko garden and terrace will serve guests a full-dinner menu in a Japanese-style garden environment. The garden has water features, floating Japanese umbrellas, and bonsai trees.

Emaar Hospitality Group’s Lifestyle Dining division also manages At.mosphere, Burj Khalifa, La Serre Bistro & Boulangerie in Vida Downtown on Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard and Sean Connolly at Dubai Opera.

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