Three restaurants you may be familiar with are coming to the Kingdom as well as one new one…

Naif Alrajhi Investment has announced the launch of four new dining concepts coming to Saudi Arabia in 2020. From a fine-dining Japanese concepts, an atmospheric lounge, a new steak restaurant as well as an Australian cafe.

The first of the four announcements shared includes the launch of Clap, a Japanese restaurant hailing from Beirut and soon to open in Dubai. The fine-dining concept is well-loved for its top quality menu featuring the finest Japanese ingredients.

Next will be Iris Cafe, a similar concept to the popular Iris Bar in Lebanon, Bahrain, Qatar and the UAE. This more laid-back version will be located in Riyadh and aims to provide the same buzzing atmosphere in a chilled cafe setting.

A new meat and steak eatery, brought to you by the creator of Gaucho, will also be opening later this year. Brute will be a project designed for the meat connoisseurs of Saudi, with the finest cuts of steak, and an exciting range of meats on the menu.

Finally, we can look forward to the launch of Jones the Grocer, coming to the Kingdom later this year. The popular Australian cafe is known for its fresh produce, hearty breakfasts and range of healthy freshly pressed juices.

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Naif Saleh Alrajhi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Naif Alrajhi Investment, said: “We are delighted to partner with Addmind Hospitality to expand and diversify our portfolio in the F&B sector which is witnessing increasing demand for unique and quality dining experiences.

“People are always searching for the next great experience, and we can definitely help provide that as we always seek new and upscale ventures that add value to people’s lives and support economic growth,” he added.