As part of its global expansion, hospitality company Hakkasan Group, in partnership with Alfardan Group, has announced plans to open two new high-end restaurants in Muscat.
As per a statement, both the groups will work together to introduce the two new restaurants – the 11th location of Hakkasan and a new Japanese restaurant concept being unveiled to the world in Oman called Kamasaka.
Hakkasan will officially open its 11th location at the St Regis Al Mouj Muscat in 2022. Kamasaka will also open at the St Regis Al Mouj Muscat in 2022, serving as the latest addition to Hakkasan Group’s ultra-luxe, Asian-inspired restaurant collection and the company’s first new brand to open since 2018.
‘Hakkasan is a world-famous, award-winning restaurant with its two London locations each holding a Michelin-star. Hakkasan creates a multi-sensory experience that intrigues the taste buds and keeps guests always wanting more.
‘The menu is a modern interpretation of authentic Cantonese cuisine, using the finest ingredients and expert traditional techniques to create timeless yet innovative signature dishes,’ a press release said.
Established in 2001 in London, Hakkasan now has ten restaurants around the world located in the US, Middle East, India, Asia and Europe.
“Between the arrival of our flagship restaurant, Hakkasan, and the grand opening of our newest culinary masterpiece, Kamasaka, the possibilities to treat yourself at the exquisite St Regis Hotel are endless,” said Angela Lester, executive vice president of business development for Hakkasan Group.
“As a business enterprise built around traditional family values, strong relationships are at the core of our group. We are happy to have partners like Hakkasan, combining both our talents in the luxury sector with our expertise in the Middle East,” said Omar Hussain Alfardan, president and CEO of Alfardan Group.
“Providing unforgettable luxury experiences is at the core of our business. Our continued partnership celebrates the shared commitment to offer the best to our customers.’’