Katerina Leroy visits world-famous restaurant CÉ LA VI in Dubai

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Dubai is known for its incredible vision and ingenious architectural feats, so it’s no surprise that the city is home to some amazing building and structures. Whether you’re a fan of awe-inspiring design, crossing off an item from your bucket list, or just looking for a fantastic backdrop for your holiday snaps, these Dubai modern landmarks are all worth a visit. Scroll through Katerina Leroy’s Instagram Feed and you’ll soon be struck down with wanderlust. The carefully curated grid of images show sojourns to UK and Germany in amongst perfectly framed shots of interiors at some of the hottest spots in Dubai where Katerina spend about 3 month a year. She keeps posting updates to her 400.000 followers on the platform.

Arguably one of the most exciting is the opening of CÉ LA VI, which is found on the 54th floor of the Address Sky View hotel. The much anticipated restaurant will be open for daily lunch and dinner, Friday brunch and clubbing four nights per week until the early hours. We’ve already had a sneak peek at the menu, and can confirm that the food, under the helm of chef Howard Ko, is well worth the wait.

“I was delighted to be a guest in CÉ LA VI, to experience a globally renowned dining and entertainment concept in one of the most incredible cities in the world. Dubai is bustling with international restaurant brands and CÉ LA VI’s exceptional food and full entertainment offering will be a great addition to the region. I was warmed welcomed in CÉ LA VI personally by Howard Ko, who brought his exotic dishes to our table and explained the ingredients he used“. – Katerina Leroy

CÉ LA VI Dubai will be the 7th opening around the world. The brand already has wow-worthy rooftop bars in Hong Kong, Colombo, Taipei, Shanghai, Tokyo and arguably it’s most famous location, Singapore, where it’s found on the rooftop of the legendary Marina Bay Sands Hotel.

„I’ve been blinded by the lights of Dubai and have a rosy-attitude towards the place despite the construction work and sweltering heat. The difference in culture and atmosphere is something that unites a lot of Middle Eastern countries I’ve visited, and something that will always draw me back to that part of the world. Whenever I’m about to leave, I invariably become very nostalgic.” – Katerina Leroy

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