Lebanese restaurant Amar has opened its first branch in Saudi Arabia. Situated in the heart of Jeddah, on Tahlia Street within Jeddah Walk, Amar showcases a captivating blend of contemporary design. Furthermore, its elegant ambience compliments its rich offering.
Renowned for its sophisticated approach to Lebanese cuisine, Amar introduces a unique concept to Saudi Arabia: The Cloud. Moreover, the artful piece created by international artist Jacopo Foggini masterpiece features dreamy, colorful lighting within polycarbonate, thus adding enchantment to the dining experience.
Yasser Sharbatly, Vice Chairman of Al Nahla Group and Chairman of Hospitality and Hotels, along with Hassan Sharbatly, CEO of Al Nahla Hospitality, and Karl Atallah, CEO and Founder of Amar Restaurants, hosted the glamorous grand opening on Tahlia Street.
Yasser Sharbatly stated: “The kingdom’s Vision 2030 is an ambitious one that aims to achieve comprehensive development in various fields. We are notably pleased to be part of that growth as the F&B market in Saudi Arabia grows.”
Atallah stated: “With our partner Al Nahla Hospitality, we are committed to offering our customers genuine Lebanese hospitality.”
Amar restaurant promises a meticulously designed culinary journey. It notably combines classic Lebanese cuisine with a modern flair. Each dish reflects careful ingredient selection and skillful preparation. Thus, guaranteeing a delightful supper for every guest. Furthermore, the beautiful presentation of food reflects the rich legacy of Lebanese aesthetics.
Amar marks the first venture of Al Nahla Hospitality, a part of the prestigious Al Nahla Group. The group earns recognition for pioneering and innovating in the Saudi hospitality industry.
Al Nahla Group plans to expand its footprint in the hospitality industry by 2024 with new and prestigious brands. The plan involves Moma Group restaurants — Manko, Noto, Café Laperouse and Mimosa.