Mamo Michelangelo set to open in Riyadh
The eatery will draw inspiration from Italy and southern France
Following its success as a pop-up venue during Jeddah Season, Mamo Michelangelo will open as a permanent restaurant in Riyadh later this month. It will be the second Mamo restaurant, the first being in Antibes, France.
The announcement of the opening was made by Al Khozama Management Company, a Saudi Arabian commercial property manager and developer, along with restaurateur Arjun Waney.
The eatery draws culinary inspiration from both Italy and the south of France. Using Provençal recipes, dishes include burrata from Napoli, lamb shoulder cooked in the wood fired oven, the chicken and signature dishes such as truffle focaccia and the truffle raviolinis.
Designed with materials from Italy, the venue has been created to capture the style associated with the Mediterranean Riviera.
Mamo Michelangelo will be located at Al Faisaliah Hotel (South Wing), The District Al Faisaliah.