The Catch, from NYC to Dubai

The interior design duo Ceebo Shah and Khalid Sharan reveal their most recent project, an industrial inpired seafood restaunt, The Catch at the Fairmont Dubai.

Inpired by the Catch NYC, and emblematic place in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, the Dubai branch office features concrete, brick and copper walls, large bronze pillars, industrial fans and black and white geometric flooring. The Catch, from NYC to Dubai

The Catch, from NYC to Dubai

“The Meatpacking District is one of the oldest industrial areas that has been home to a lot of popular restaurants. Our challenge was to convert this modern and glam looking touch that Fairmont has into this old warehouse feel and look. Once you walk in, you are literally transported out of Dubai to an old rundown factory. We created a two-meter industrial fan that rotates, so guests can have a glimpse of the kitchen, too”, says Ceebo Sharan.


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The main dinning room has skin adorned leather chocolate brown booths, with colors like orange, yellow and turquoise details throughtout the space.

Located inside the iconic Fairmont Dubai on Sheikh Zayed Road, Catch NYC has brought its contemporary American seafood-restaurant to the UAE. The restaurant boasts the industrial look and feel that shaped its personality, while continuing to provide the incredible service and energetic dining atmosphere that has made the brand such an over-whelming success.

The menu showcases a variety of dishes that appeal to the diverse clientele of Dubai. Ranging from classic sushi rolls with a twist to the signature crispy whole snapper, even the simply grilled items are sure to impress.

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