What’s your top tip for visitors to Dubai? A must-see in Dubai of course is Burj Khalifa take your time when you go and visit to read through all the facts it needed to build the tower, spice market and gold souk in Deira and the final a Desert Safari.
What one thing would you like to do in Dubai that you haven’t done before? That one thing I would love to do is a scuba diving trip to Oman.
How would you describe Dubai to people who haven’t visited? Dubai is a new city, we’re talking about 20 to30 years only compared to London over 2000 years. Dubai is a modern, clean and very big. It’s been raised from the ground with a vision, instead of what is needed at the time. People come here to enjoy a part of their life they always dreamed of.
What career journey did you take before Sass Café? My career started 18 years ago in Germany when I made my travels through Munich and Cologne before I left for UK-London, Dubai, Miami and Istanbul. Working with successful hotels and restaurants like Intercontinental, Geisel’s Vinothek, Dom Hotel, the Grove and Zuma restaurants.
Why should Time Out readers try Sass Café? If You like Italian, French or Spanish flavours. If you like to enjoy and relax but in a fine dining environment. Then Sass café is worth a try.
What’s the best thing about dining at Sass Café? The combination of food, service and to round all up the live entertainment. It all merges together and gives you an experience where you usually have to go to two or three different venues to experience the same.
What’s your dish recommendation at Sass Café? The one dish I would come for every day is the Beef Carpaccio.