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5 Hotly Anticipated Restaurant Openings in Asia this 2024

5 Hotly Anticipated Restaurant Openings in Asia this 2024

It’s necessary to have your go-to spots, but life isn’t about staying in your comfort zone. This is the most accurate when it comes to food. This 2024, look forward to these highly anticipated new restaurant openings and let them guide you towards new discoveries.

Several of the world’s most famous chefs are unveiling their newest projects in 2024. As excited as we are, it’s important to note that they are usually fully booked for the whole month in a blink of an eye (spoiler alert: Air is already fully booked in February). So, as a tip, keep an eye on their social media accounts and reserve your very deserving spot a couple of months in advance.

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Hotly Anticipated Restaurant Openings in Asia this 2024

Air, Singapore

Air, which stands for “awareness, impact, and responsibility,” is the brainchild of the co-founder and CEO of Potato Head Family, and American chef duo Matthew Orlando and Will Goldfarb. Chef Orlando is known for his firm ground in ethical dining and making food waste delicious, as he did at Amass in Copenhagen. Meanwhile, Chef Goldfarb is the founder of Room4Dessert, a dessert-tasting restaurant in Bali. The outcome is a hearty farm-to-table restaurant serving dishes like roselle-glazed duck breast, fermented cassava flatbread, and re-incarnated Chocolate.

Opening date: January 31, 2024

Jara by Martin Berasategui, Dubai

Image credit: The Lana

The Lana in Dubai is one of the most highly anticipated new hotel openings in 2024. What will come with it is Jara, the first Basque restaurant in Dubai. With the most Michelin stars in Spain, chef Martín Berasategui taps into the Middle East with an eagerness to bring pintxos and cocktails to both the restaurant and the bar.

Opening date: February 20, 2024

Maison Boulud, Singapore

Image credit: Marina Bay Sands

No more DB Bistro & Oyster Bar, let’s welcome Maison Boulud instead. Celebrity chef Daniel Boulud is closing down his French casual dining in Marina Bay Sands and opening a new contemporary French restaurant. With some signatures from his former bistro, the two-storey Maison Boulud will serve dishes from his childhood in Lyon like sole meuniere, cote de boeuf, pate en croute, and more.

Opening date: February 8, 2024

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Studio Frantzen and FZN, Dubai

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The Frantzen Group will debut in the Middle East with a restaurant-bar concept and a fine dining restaurant. The former, Studio Frantzen, serves Chef Björn Frantzén’s refined menus infused with Asian produce. It also includes a Nordic-oriented bar amidst a Scandinavian setting. The second project, FZN, is a fine dining venue inspired by Frantzén in Stockholm and Zén in Singapore. Both outlets will sit inside Atlantis, the Palm.

Opening date: Q4, 2024

Above Eleven, Phnom Penh

Image credit: Above Eleven Dubai Rooftop Bar & Restaurant

After establishing itself in Palm Jumeriah in Dubai last year, Soho Hospitality’s Above Eleven is moving on to the next location. The Peruvian-Japanese restaurant and vibrant bar vibes will be transported to the city centre of Phnom Penh, on the rooftop of the new Novotel Phnom Penh.

Opening date: to be announced



Source: Prestige Online

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