Caesars Bluewaters gets Akira Back's second Dubai restaurant

Akira Back, the chef behind Michelin star winning DOSA in South Korea opens his second Dubai restaurant in partnership with Caesars Bluewaters

Back already has an eponymous restaurant in Dubai at the W on The Palm.
Back already has an eponymous restaurant in Dubai at the W on The Palm.

Akira Black, the chef behind Michelin star winning DOSA in South Korea, has opened his second Dubai resturant in partnership with Caesars Bluewaters, according to a report by Hotelier sister ttitle Caterer Middle East.  

Paru, the name of the restaurant and which translates as pearl in Japanese, is reportedly divided into three distinct areas including a bar, dining room, and terraces for alfresco dining.

Caterer Middle East said Back already had an eponymous restaurant in Dubai at the W on The Palm, with Paru marking his second venture in the city in just six months.

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The menu at Paru is designed by Back with dishes including Suzuki ceviche (sea bass with caviar and soy yuzu ponzu) and popcorn ebi (rock shrimp tempura with mango aioli) alongside a range of sharing seafood and vegetable skewers and plenty of meaty dishes such as black pepper wagyu ribeye.

The South Korean born chef currently has 15 restaurants in operation around the world, having built up his restaurant empire after retiring as a professional snowboarder.

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