A BOLD EXPRESSION OF ART AND CONTEMPORARY CULTURE
Purposefully crafted to be more than a hotel, ME Dubai is a lifestyle of sensorial connections. Enjoying pride of place at the cultural epicentre of the city, ME Dubai rewards curious explorers with a combination of art, cuisine, fashion and music. Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time. - Thomas Merton.
Vibrantly designed and located on the third floor of the hotel, Central overlooks the vast lobby space below and blends authentic and traditional Spanish cuisine into a truly memorable experience.
Experience a Latin affair at Deseo, with handcrafted Latin libations that showcase the best of South America, served with authentic bites and a playful edge. Deseo promises a night of adventure, transporting guests to the land of Mexican taquerias and tequila sunrises. Here Tequila, Mezcal and sugar cane spirits take center stage, served in a vibrant, raw and hedonistic pool-side setting.
Central Cosmo Tapas & Bar
Central is a traditional Spanish tapas bar represented in a modern and cosmopolitan way. Emphasis will be on Spanish flavours with a contemporary style. There will be a very unique wine offering with a strong focus on Spanish and South American labels, crafted drinks and genuine Spanish traditions with live performances by resident flamenco guitarist, Ramón Kailani.
THE ATRIUM BY ZAHA HADID
The Atrium by Zaha Hadid offers a world-class selection of delicacies suited to the cosmopolitan Dubai clientele. From the decadent array of signature cakes designed by Executive Chef James Knight Pacheco, to the locally roasted coffee from the world’s best regions to the handmade Pierre Marcolini chocolates, the world’s best pastry Chef, there is much to delight even the most discerning gourmand.
Get transported to the land of the rising sun the instant you walk into Roka, a contemporary expression of Japanese Robatayaki cuisine. Set on the 1st floor of ME Dubai, the restaurant is an urban take on a traditional Robata grill, which originates from the fishermen of the northern coastal waters of Japan. Legend has it that the fishermen would cook the fish on the boats using different charcoal and share the bounty with one another using their oars. Each of the delightfully plated and prepared dishes on the menu narrates a unique story, one that will only unfold with a curious palate and an open heart.
This will be Roka’s first international location, opened shortly after the fifteenth anniversary of the flagship restaurant on Charlotte Street, London.
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