The extravaganza is set to open in September.
Chef Izu Ani proves to be unstoppable when it comes to restaurants. He has expanded GAIA to London, and is opening a restaurant in Abu Dhabi. Now, he will be breaking records, and opening the world’s biggest beach club. Located at J1 Beach in Dubai, Sirene Beach by GAIA oozes laidback luxury, and is set to open in September.
The Dubai-based company, Fundamental Hospitality is behind the launch, and sees Evgeny Kuzin and Chef Izu collaborating again. Located in the new J1 Beach development (previously La Mer), the site will span 9,000 square metres and draws its inspiration from Greece. The beachfront location will offer sea views, pools, and cabanas, along with up to 400 sunbeds.
Sirene Beach by GAIA is an expansion of the GAIA brand. The beach club will offer a gourmet dining experience, and the menu will boast Greek Mediterranean flavours. If Chef Izu’s previous restaurants are anything to go by, Dubai diners are in for a treat. GAIA is one of the most critically acclaimed restaurants in Dubai. Not only is it a FACT Dining Award Dubai winner, but it is at number 17 on Middle East & North Africa’s 50 Best Restaurants 2023.
Plus, Fundamental Hospitality has plenty of fans, from the FACT team to Dubai’s royal family. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President and Ruler of Dubai, and Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, have been spotted at the team’s Alaya, Gaia and Shanghai Me.
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