Celeb loved Indochine has officially closed its doors in Dubai
Time to say goodbye…
Since its inception in New York in 1984, Indochine quickly positioned itself as the place to see and be seen. Andy Warhol, Madonna, you name them – they’ve been there. Indochine first opened to the Dubai public in December 2019 and has upheld all the incredible values and chic energy that come with the brand name. However, much to the foodie and nightlife scene’s sadness, it is time to say goodbye to Indochine as they have announced that Indochine has officially closed its doors in Dubai.
Coveted and well-awarded
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The Dubai outpost buzzed to life the second it opened, backed by VKD Hospitality, which is also responsible for exporting the likes of Miss Lily’s and creating the homegrown concept that has taken the city by storm, Honeycomb Hi-Fi. Along with the lauded brand that Indochine upholds on a global scale, the Dubai branch recently placed 35th in the World’s 50 Best in the Middle East and North Africa.
Indochine Dubai has gone on to host many a festive brunch, as well as countless other incredible events including ladies’ nights, business lunches and aperitivo deals. Walking into the venue you instantly felt the chic and exotic energy that Indochine encapsulated – it is timeless and classic while also managing to push the boundaries in the best possible way.
Its French-Vietnamese cuisine paved the way for Pan-Asian fusion cuisines like no other, setting itself apart from the competition in a unique and stellar way.
Although Indochine has officially closed its doors, Dubai residents will still be able to head over to DIFC and enjoy a range of other incredible venues that share a similar, electric energy and world-renowned dining scene that Inodchine embodied. Keep your eyes peeled on What’s On Dubai as soon as we know what will be replacing the stunning venue, we will let you know.
Indochine, Precinct Building 3, Gate District, DIFC, closed. @indochinedxb