Saudi Arabia’s Diryah Gate gigaproject restaurants revealed

Saudi Arabia’s Diryah Gate gigaproject restaurants revealed

A collection of 18 restaurants will open in the Riyadh development in Q1 2022

The Diriyah Gate Development Authority (DGDA) has announced Bujairi Terrace, a collection of 18 restaurants all in one 15,000 square metres location, that will open early next year.

Four of the 18 brands – Bruno, Tatel, Hakkasan and Long Chim – hold Michelin stars at their flagship outposts.

The outlets include 12 brands entirely new to the Kingdom and five which are Saudi-owned

New brands include Angelina, Brunch & Cake, Bruno, Café de L’Esplanade, COVA, Flamingo Room by Tashas, Hakkasan, Long Chim, Mastro’s, Sarabeth’s, Tatel and Villa Mamas.

The project will also host Saudi-owned brands including GRIND, Somewhere, SUGAR, Sum + Things and TAKYA.


DGDA group CEO Jerry Inzerillo said: “The forthcoming opening of Bujairi Terrace demonstrates tangible progress in the implementation of His Royal Highness Mohammed Bin Salman’s Vision 2030, an exciting illustration of the far-reaching and ambitious vision we’re honoured to be part of with Saudi Arabia’s monumental transformation.

“We’re delighted to partner with such esteemed dining brands and to have attracted several new-to-market restaurant operators, representing an enriched consumer experience, which will be unmatched in the region.”

Diriyah Development Company president Jonathan Timms added: “Bujairi Terrace’s superb location within Riyadh province and overlooking the Jewel of the Kingdom, Unesco World Heritage Site at Turaif, has led to a world-class curation of global F&B brands.

“We look forward to providing an iconic dining setting for our partners’ brands, many of whom will be opening for the first time in Saudi Arabia.”

One of the leading projects within the Saudi Vision 2030, Diriyah Gate will boast 38 hotels, a range of museums, retail space and entertainment space.

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