Sunday, November 23, 2014

Out & About: Em Sherif Brings Oriental Magic To Dubai's Culinary Scene

Em Sherif, the prestigious true oriental dining experience, has gone international, welcoming guests to it's enchanting blue kingdom in the United Arab Emirates.The authentic fine dining destination from Lebanon opened it's doors this week in Downtown Dubai, overlooking the world-famous Dubai Fountains and Burj Khalifa.

Renowned for it's truly distinctive Oriental cuisine and it's magical setting, Em Sherif will transport guests back in time with forgotten authentic flavors.All ingredients are chosen with a personal touch, from the fresh produce to the succulent meats, to surprise and delight guests with innovative dishes and attentive, personalized service in a homely ambiance.All food is made on site in the kitchen, creating mouthwatering dishes that boast the unique Em Sherif twist.

Mireille Hayek, better known as ‘Em Sherif’ is the owner and founder of this culinary wonderland.Renown for her legendary lunches and dinners where fine cuisine, quirky d├ęcor, innovation and a unique atmosphere come together, she was inspired to open Em Sherif after her success with several other restaurant ventures.The restaurant was conceptualized and designed to resemble an antique Lebanese mansion, lavish, luxurious and with exquisite detail.Delicately decorated with souvenirs of the Oriental World, Hayek's own personal touches are apparent, highlighting her warm and welcoming character, and evoking a community and family environment.

Em Sherif has enjoyed remarkable success in Beirut, and has become renown in the city for Oriental haute cuisine, frequented by local celebrities.With it's new Dubai outpost, Em Sherif brings with it a plush setting, outstanding cuisine and oriental entertainment at its finest, setting a new standard on the local dining scene.

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*Photo: Courtesy of Em Sherif

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