Japanese restaurant Geisha House opening in Dubai Marina

Hollywood restaurant and bar coming to InterContinental Dubai Marina

Japanese restaurant Geisha House opening in Dubai Marina

Geisha House, a restaurant and bar renowned in Hollywood, is coming to Dubai Marina.

Born in in LA, California, Geisha House is set to open at the InterContinental Dubai Marina in the near future, though an official date has not be confirmed.

The restaurant “embraces the traditional Kyoto culture from 1920 to the modern and futuristic Tokyo of 2050”, so says the team behind it, and is promising “authentic and inspiring cuisine”. The LA version shut its doors in 2013 after nine years of serving diners on Hollywood Boulevard, where it was famed for being a hot nightlife venue with celebrity clientele.

Geisha House in Dubai will serve traditional Japanese cuisine with a modern twist. Chefs will use authentic cooking techniques to produce some tasty dishes, while a separate bar area will serve up signature mixed drinks, using spices, teas and Japanese ingredients.

The restaurant is also promising “a dining experience with a whirlwind of music and sound” – and we’re intrigued.

Geisha House will be on the Waterfront Level of InterContinental Dubai Marina, accessible from the Marina Walk. It sits next to grape bar YNot, and joins two other restaurants in the hotel including Marina Social from British Michelin-starred chef Jason AthertonTime Out Dubai’s Highly Commended Best Brunch 2018 and Best European Restaurant 2017. Also in the InterContinental Dubai Marina is all-day dining restaurant Accents, which hosts a popular party brunch every Friday and juniper bar Ginter.

Watch this space…
Opening soon. InterContinental Dubai Marina.

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