Sunset Hospitality announces Q4 opening for Mott 32 Dubai

Sunset Hospitality announces Q4 opening for Mott 32 Dubai

Restaurant promises a ‘new standard of authentic Chinese cuisine’

Dubai-based Sunset Hospitality Group and Maximal Concepts, an F&B group behind some of Hong Kong’s top restaurants and bars, have announced the launch of Mott 32 in the Middle East.

Set to open in Q4 of this year and located on the 73rd floor of the Address Beach Resort, the 231-seat Mott 32 will feature both indoor and terrace dining areas offering views of the Bluewater Island, JBR, Palm Jumeirah and the Ain Dubai.

Since opening eight years ago in Hong Kong, Mott 32 has become renowned for its philosophy of farm-to-table cooking, delivering Chinese flavours in a rustic and honest way.

Sunset Hospitality CEO Antonio Gonzalez said: “Mott 32 will introduce a new chapter of Chinese dining to Dubai’s restaurant scene. The focus is on sustainability, tradition and best-quality ingredients. It is a restaurant that embodies the culture and philosophy of China that has been shaped from generation to generation. We are excited to share this experience and can’t wait to welcome our guests to this new dining destination.”

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Maximal Concepts co-founder Malcolm Wood said: “This is an exciting time in our company’s history. With our eighth global branch set to open in Dubai, Mott 32 will introduce a unique, luxurious yet comfortable experience with a standard of authentic Chinese cuisine that does not exist here yet.”


Guests can expect delightful traditional Cantonese dishes prepared with a modern flair along with nods to other regional cuisines of China. Group Chinese executive chef Lee Man Sing, well known in the Chinese culinary scene, will be leading the kitchen at Mott 32 Dubai along with Dubai head chef in charge Yang Tao.

Award-winning interior designer Joyce Wang Studio has retained traditional Chinese décor with industrial elements, creating a bold design that combines Western and Eastern influences.

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