1762, the Gourmet Deli Company, has launched 1762 Stripped, located in Dubai’s Jumeirah Lakes Towers.
The 5,000 ft2 two-storey venue features an in-house bakery, a retail corner with home décor and kitchenware, and a food lab, which will host educational sessions for guests to learn from the chefs.
Suzi Croft, co-owner, commented: “The only way to improve on great food is to enjoy it in great surroundings, and 1762 Stripped provides the perfect setting. Pop in and relax up on the beautiful indoor terrace; take in the bespoke décor, and enjoy the experience.”
In addition to 1762’s deli items, the new 1762 Stripped brand will feature an à la carte menu, which includes updated breakfast options such as huevos rancheros, fully customisable eggs benedict, and a full English breakfast.
With raw wood tables, floor-to-ceiling windows, and exposed concrete floors, 1762 Stripped will reflect the brand’s signature industrial style, and features an outdoor dining area as well as indoor seating.
The venue hosts 1762’s restored 1966 Routemaster from London, Monty the Bus, available to rent for catering parties and events.
Located on the ground floor of ‘One JLT’, on the inner loop road of JLT, just after Cluster W, 1762 Stripped offers complimentary indoor parking.
There are 1762 outlets in Dubai’s DIFC, Jebel Ali and Media City, and 1762 Stripped marks the fourth opening under the brand.