Dubai's Studio One Hotel set to open Mr Miyagi’s F&B outlet

Mr Miyagi’s confirmed the official opening date on its Instagram account

Mr Miyagi's will open at the Studio One Hotel in Dubai from the 20 June 2019
Mr Miyagi's will open at the Studio One Hotel in Dubai from the 20 June 2019

Asian F&B outlet Mr Miyagi’s is set to open its doors at the Studio One Hotel in Dubai on the 20 June 2019.

Located in Studio City in Dubai, Mr Miyagi’s is among six F&B outlets at the Studio One Hotel, which opened on 17 April 2019.

Mr Miyagi’s confirmed the opening of its latest F&B outlet via its Instagram account. The post read: “Ready, Set, Go! The Miyagi is getting ready to ‘wok’ your world [on] June 20th.”

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The other F&B outlets include the LARTE Italian Neighbourhood Bistro, The Meating Room, Maine Street Eatery, The Irish Village and El Chapo’s Tacos.

It is unconfirmed when the other F&B outlets will open.

Hotelier Middle East filmed a sneak peek at the Studio One Hotel in May 2019, which you can find here.

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