Rotana launches a new interactive F&B platform

Rotana launches a new interactive F&B platform


Rotana announced the launch of an interactive F&B platform: Rotana at the Table. The platform was recently introduced on Instagram and shares original content to celebrate the F&B industry.

Rotana at The Table aims to create a community of engaged F&B enthusiasts and drive further awareness of the food and beverage culture in the UAE and in the region.

Through the platform, Rotana showcases its extensive F&B offerings and sheds light on the people behind them.

Jarrett Beaulieu, corporate vice president food and beverage of Rotana, said: “With Rotana at the Table, we want to inspire foodies and enthusiasts with creative and dynamic content, featuring the best dishes and beverages from Rotana outlets, the most desirable recipes from our experts and partners from around the world, and showcase the latest global and local industry trends.”

With sustainability embedded at the core of its operations, Rotana at the Table will showcase the group’s ongoing efforts in sustainable dining. Since 2019 when Rotana introduced its first vegan menu, the group has continued to focus on sourcing sustainable ingredients from organic and local farms, introducing dishes crafted with guests’ health in mind and the wellbeing of the environment.

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“With sustainable and zero waste meals rising in popularity as consumers continue to understand the importance and implications of such practices, Rotana at the Table will ensure to promote mindful eating and offer the best of healthy eating choices with fresh local produce,” added Beaulieu.

Rotana continues to grow its expansive portfolio, with 17 new food and beverage outlets projected in 2023, to offer guests innovative and unique dining experiences coupled with exemplary service standards while delivering on the company’s promise of “Treasured Time.”


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