Sucre Dubai is the latest opening for international master chef Fernando Trocca and the third location of the Sucre chain. Sucre Dubai offers food from Trocca’s native Latin American combined with global influences reflecting his culinary travels.
Sucre Dubai is located in an expansive space right in the heart of Dubai’s International Financial Centre. The interior, designed by Japanese architect Noriyoshi Muramatsu, is designed to reflect the ultra-stylish yet cosy, simple yet detail-packed interior of the previous two Sucre venues. An arched walkway lit by chandeliers, rich colour scheme, ambient lighting, exposed brick walls, circular tables, monochrome tiles and patterned tiles all combine to give the space a simplicity punctuated with understated details. The venue also boasts a lounge, bar, terrace, and open kitchen.
Sucre’s globally influenced Latin American menu is renowned worldwide and - good news for Dubai residents- Sucre Dubai boasts the largest menu of any Sucre location. Every dish is cooked over an open-fire grill with a mix of wood and charcoal, bringing out Sucre’s bold and punchy flavours.
The menu is an expert blend of style and substance, and is divided into snacks small plates, large plates, and desserts. Sharing is encouraged, with small plates including empanadas with aged cheese and onions, prawn ceviche with chilli, and grilled endive salad. When it comes to large plates, expect to find treats such as seared tiger prawns, saffron risotto, and squid-ink paella, as well as three separate types of wagyu steak. It’s worth noting that Sucre also provides a separate vegetarian menu with a range of vegan options.
Dessert options range from Dulce de Leche fondant, raspberry pavlova, and tiramisu to sharing plates of bread and butter pudding, homemade brioche, and ice cream or sorbet.
Sucre’s vast wine list has a range of international options and the bar also offers cocktails, beer, vermouth, sherry, spirits and disgestives.