UAE company acquires lease of five Emaar Hospitality F&B spaces

Restaurant Secrets has acquired the lease and operating rights of five restaurants from Emaar Hospitality Group, including La Serre Dubai

La Serre Dubai is located within Vida Downtown
La Serre Dubai is located within Vida Downtown

Restaurant Secrets Inc. (RSI) has acquired the lease and operating rights of five restaurants from Emaar Hospitality Group, including a new concept called The Loft at Dubai Opera which will replace Sean Connolly at Dubai Opera.

Alongside The Loft at Dubai Opera, the deal includes La Serre Bistro & Boulangerie and two additional restaurants which will join RSI's portfolio in Q1 2019.

The final addition will be the introduction of a new gastropub concept, which is scheduled to debut in Q2 2019.

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This will increase RSI's portfolio to more than 15 restaurants and food concepts in the pipeline for 2019-2020.

Restaurant Secrets Inc. CEO and co-founder said in a statement: "We are pleased to mark the start of 2019 with such a significant expansion.  This is a major step forward for RSI as we work towards increasing our regional footprint and growing our portfolio of strongly operated brands, managed within our in-house 360 solutions expertise."

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