Dusit Thani Dubai has introduced a one-of-a-kind dining experience simulating a traditional Asian hawker centre, the latest addition to its line-up of restaurants such as Jones the Grocer, Nippon Bottle Company, and Benjarong. Designed by Creneau International and named after the floor on which it’s located, 24TH St. is a bustling eatery offering a street-inspired culinary experience featuring four speciality kiosks.
24TH St. focuses on bringing an exciting take to the traditional Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Indian’s street-food cultures. Each kiosk expresses its own individual character, taking design influences from the country of its origins.
Regional vice president of Dusit International for EMEA, Prateek Kumar, commented on the new opening, saying “Hawker dining concept has been an essential part of the culture in Southeast Asia and the street-style food model is now steadily winning over people’s taste buds in the UAE. With this in mind, we have incorporated an interesting and bespoke dining experience. With our latest concept venture, we are confident that 24TH St. will be the new address for a distinct Asian foodie haven.”
Guests can make their journey through a myriad of bold flavours and spices, served from the kitchens of Kim’s Korean, Lucy Wong’s, Momo San, and Chatakana.
Dusit Thani will also launch the Market Square and Another Bar on the same floor.