The award-winning Japanese restaurant Clap opens its pop-up restaurant today on the rooftop of Majdoul Tower. It is in the center of Riyadh, close to Al Owais Market.
The pop-up rendition will be available from Tuesday, November 15, to Friday, December 30. As a part of Riyadh Season’s new zone, the Riyadh Sky. Then, in early 2023, a permanent address is anticipated to open at Ramla Tower.
It is an excellent dining experience with the ideal balance of fine Japanese cuisine and beautiful views. A breathtaking vista may immeasurably improve any nice dinner.
So, there’s a new chic location in town that suits your needs whether you’re in the mood for modern Japanese cuisine or want to take in the view of Riyadh while sipping pre-dinner mocktails.
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Majdoul Tower’s rooftop area features an interior Japanese restaurant, an outdoor terrace, and a lounge with a modern, fun look. At this opulent location. There are other high elements as well.
The gorgeous Japanese restaurant’s open kitchen and frenetic ambiance get complimented by delectably selected dishes and a wide selection of mocktails.
Unexpected and surprising pairings elevate the Japanese cuisine flavors on the menu. It features everything from appetizers like rock shrimp and the chef’s choice of sushi, sashimi, and maki rolls on the signature Kyoen sushi platter.
To decadent main dishes like the black cod. Irresistible desserts like the Matcha cheesecake with yogurt sorbet and raspberry seeds.
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The mocktails’ ingredients get meticulously chosen for their freshness, distinctive scents, flavor profiles, and origins. It is to enhance the dining experience.
Drinks like Shinsenna get made with passion fruit, rectified pomegranate juice, yuzu, and matcha salt. As well as Sakura Glory, made with plum compote, jasmine, tonka bean, and citrus, the in-house mixologist will lead guests on a journey of discovery.
Tokyo’s explosive nightclubs inspire Clap’s high-energy environment so diners may anticipate the unexpected. It’s a great place to party because it has a weekly lineup of national and international DJs. It is open until 2 am.
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The creative hospitality business Addmind created and opened Clap in Riyadh in association with Grey Fox Limited, the F&B division of Naif Al Rajhi Investment Company.
The opening will be Clap’s third Middle Eastern opening. Following the brand’s outstanding successes in Beirut and Dubai, it will represent an essential step in the region’s expansion goals.
Since 2018, Clap has received praise for its unrivaled service, cutting-edge cuisine, and outstanding ambiance. The distinguished one-toque status in the UAE’s inaugural Gault & Millau 2022 awards has gotten bestowed on the award-winning restaurant.
It has set milestones and included in the illustrious Michelin Guide 2022. It is one of the most sought-after locations because it has received acknowledgment on the list of the 50 Best Restaurants in MENA.
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Before the pop-up opened, Naif Saleh Al Rajhi, chief executive officer and chairman of Naif Al Rajhi Investment, said,
“We are excited to present Clap. In collaboration with Addmind to the city of Riyadh. Our hospitality subsidiary, Grey Fox, will bring the world’s best F&B concepts to the Kingdom.”
Chief Executive Officer of Addmind Hospitality Tony Habre remarked,
“We are excited to start this adventure of bringing the Clap experience to Riyadh. Initially as a pop-up at Majdoul Tower, and then with the restaurant’s opening at its long-term residence at Ramla Tower.
The F&B sector in the Kingdom is robust. We are sure that Clap will reinvent the premium dining scene in Riyadh.”
- Daily from 6 pm to 2 am.
- Japanese Restaurant Clap Riyadh Rooftop Pop-Up,
- Majdoul Tower, King Fahd Rd, Riyadh 12262.
- You can make reservations via The Chefz app.
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