Downtown Dubai’s Famous Restaurant Shuts Door After A Decade

by Deeplata Garde
Downtown Dubai’s Famous Restaurant Shuts Door After A Decade

Bidding adieu to your favourite cafe is difficult. Vida Dubai Downtown loses a gem from its area. La Serre Bistro & Boulangerie, which has been serving Downtown Dubai for over a decade, is closing its doors. But fret not, as the decision is only to expand this best french restaurant in Dubai Downtown, globally. The Parisian-style restaurant intends to open four locations in the United Arab Emirates.

Best French Restaurant in Dubai Downtown

This boulangerie is one of the most cherished cafes in the region. From opening to closing, the boulevard hot spot buzzes with guests. The Parisian ambience and award-winning French food are the attention seeker here. Owner Lincoln Holding is launching an ambitious new expansion strategy for the brand in 2022, after over a decade.

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La Serre is famous for its contemporary atmosphere rooted in heritage. The vibe makes you feel as though entering a restaurant and boulangerie in the middle of Paris. Guests will have a welcome in French and afford an attentive service that will give them homely vibes the moment they arrive at a La Serre wherever in the world. Elegant furniture and sun-drenched balconies are just a few of the amenities on offer, according to the statement.
La Serre translates to “glasshouse,”. A dedicated staff has been researching areas that ensure that each site matches the original position on Dubai’s iconic avenue.

La Serre Bistro
Pic Credits- La Serre Instagram

Expansion Of La Serre Globally

The owner stated plans to launch this best french restaurant in Dubai Downtown across the world in addition to the four UAE locations. The soon-to-open La Serre will welcome visitors to its new venues in the Dubai Design District, Mall of the Emirates, and Jumeirah. Also, the flagship entry into the capital, Yas Mall in Abu Dhabi, later this year.
In the future, the brand plans to grow worldwide, with outlets in Riyadh’s King Abdullah Financial District, London’s Mount Street and Knightsbridge, and three Hilton hotel locations in Qatar.