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Hong Kong stalwart Mott 32 restaurant opens in Dubai

The multi award-winning brand is now accepting reservations at its first Middle East destination…

Jan 19, 2023 | By


A highly anticipated arrival to the city’s food scene, Mott 32 – in partnership with Sunset Hospitality Group – has opened in Dubai celebrating the culture and food of modern Hong Kong, marrying traditional Chinese cookery and modern culinary innovation.


Located on prime real estate – the 73rd floor of the now iconic Address Beach Resort – Mott 32 Dubai features an impressive indoor area, as well as an open-air terrace with stunning views across Bluewater Island, JBR, Palm Jumeirah and Ain Dubai.



Vibrant and energetic, the venue is named after the address of Manhattan’s first Chinese convenience store, which opened in 1891. Inspiration for the dynamic cosmopolitan vibe hails from the spot that marks the centre of the city’s Chinatown today.


Food connoisseurs can look forward to a traditional menu, carefully curated by Group Chinese Executive Chef Lee Man Sing and Executive Chef Frankie Yang Tao, which pays homage to the brand’s culinary creativity, and savour familiar, bold flavours of Mott 32’s signature gastronomy through adapted versions of its classic plates.


Signature dishes include the famed Mott 32 apple wood roasted Peking duck, taking 48 hours to prepare and expertly carved for patrons tableside, jasmine flower smoked black cod, a selection of dim sum freshly made daily and plant-based signatures for those looking for a more sustainable approach to eating. Meanwhile, signature cocktails include the Fujian Negroni, Hanami, and Forbidden Rose.



Designed by the highly acclaimed team at Joyce Wang Studio, the opulent East-meets-West design seamlessly fuses a lofty New York industrial style with the grand city scape of Hong Kong. Telling the story of Hong Kong’s past, the space is imbued with a sleekness and elegance, paying homage to the traditional Chinese aesthetic of the original Mott 32.


For exclusive private dinners and large group events, two semi-private rooms are available including the Lotus Room and the Amber Room, which can both accommodate up to 26 guests. For complete privacy, the Opal Room (which has floor to ceiling windows boasting stunning views of the sea and Dubai skyline) can host up to 10 guests.

After 9pm, the mood shifts whilst the acoustic is turned up, venturing into jazz fusion and neo-funk. The atmosphere transforms to a vibrant and energetic spot to enjoy world class cuisine and eclectic mixology either on the terrace, in the sophisticated main dining area, or within the elegant private dining room.


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