Waldorf Astoria DIFC opens signature restaurant Bull & Bear

Chef Giovanni Paolo Pintore will be heading the kitchen

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Waldorf Astoria Dubai International Financial Centre has launched its new signature restaurant Bull & Bear.

Upon entering the venue, guests are greeted by bull and bear statues - hand-forged iron-clad sculptures reminiscent of Wall Street. The interiors, which use a rich blue, gold and black colour palette, incorporate a mix of timber, metal and leather paired with contemporary furniture.

Victor Chalfoun, general manager, Waldorf Astoria DIFC, said, “Bull & Bear is open for business and is a breath of fresh air in the city’s bustling financial district. Head Chef Giovanni Paolo Pintore is at the helm of the kitchen, which serves an eclectic menu designed to cater to all taste buds. Coupled with unforgettable service and vibrant interiors, it is our aim for Bull & Bear to become a destination of choice for travellers and Dubai residents alike.”

Commenting on the opening, Emma Banks, vice president, F&B Strategy & Development, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Hilton said, “At Hilton, our aim is to provide best in class cuisine and this is evident at our latest luxury opening, Waldorf Astoria DIFC. With its range of exciting dining options - including the signature restaurant Bull & Bear - the hotel is set to be a dining destination within Dubai’s vibrant financial district. We look forward to showing travellers and Dubai residents all that the hotel has to offer.”

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