How many times have you entered a restaurant in this Dubai and been so taken aback by the décor that you wanted to bring a piece home with you? Have you spotted an artwork at the restaurant that you know would look fantastic in your living room?
You may leave Quince, a brand-new F&B establishment in Dubai, with a little more than just a full tummy. Mediterranean specialties are served on the menu, and you may also order furniture, paintings, and other décor elements.
Amer and Abdulla Al Tamimi, a father-son team, are passionate about their restaurant, which is situated in Umm Suqeim. Quince aims to merge nutritious cuisine and flavors with the creative heritage of the family’s thirty-year history as interior designers.
Introducing itself as a F&B extension of the family’s creative principles, DecoArt and D&D Home, is the homegrown destination. The majority of the restaurant’s furniture and décor can be customized and brought to a customer upon request.
The restaurant occupies 9,260 square feet, and when you enter, a stunning tree reaches the ceiling. It was made from dead trees, Abdulla said to Khaleej Times. The fully customizable tree is priced starting at Dh3,000.
“2019 is when the concept started,” he stated. This tree was discovered in front of our Al Quoz plant. We removed it, cleaned it, and used wires to affix premium leaves to it. We placed it behind my sister’s seat during the ceremony and utilized it as décor for her wedding. It had all white on it.