New Mexican restaurant set to open in Dubai’s Business Bay

Chingón is located at the top of the Grand Millennium Hotel

Chingón is from co-founders Mark Eggberry, Gareth Beer, and chef Rene Millan
Chingón is from co-founders Mark Eggberry, Gareth Beer, and chef Rene Millan

A new Mexican restaurant called Chingón is set to open in Dubai’s Business Bay.

To be located at the top of the Grand Millennium Hotel, Chingón is from co-founders Mark Eggberry, Garth Beer and chef Rene Millan, and will be a modern Mexican eatery that takes inspiration from across Central and South America.

Of Mexican heritage, Millan has crafted an extensive menu for Chingón including the likes of fish crudo and tartares, seafood tostadas and tiraditos, traditional tamales, grilled octopus, and whole roasted baby chicken.

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There’s also the option of family-style dining with larger portions and a curated taco menu which features the signature Chingón taco El Dorado – a black corn tortilla that is pressed with 24k gold leaf, with a thick slice of A9 wagyu, and finished with fresh truffle.

The concept will also have cocktails each with a story or link to the ancient empires of Mesoamerica and South America.

Chingón will have views over the Dubai canal and across the water to Downtown through floor-to-ceiling windows and is coming soon.

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