Qbara’s impressive architecture includes many key features, one of the most noticeable being the central dome chandelier in the middle of the dining room with 658 individual strands of suspended mouth-blown glass bubbles. The space is filled with rich color, textures and smells that are a celebration of the Middle Eastern & Levant Region. Carved timber, rich fabrics and carpet elements inspired by the ambience of a traditional souk but set in a stylish and sleek contemporary context is just a peak at what Qbara has in store for Dubai.
Capacity: 120 guests
Qbara’s focal architectural feature is a carved timber panel wall stretching 12 meters wide and 10 meters tall behind the bar counter. The wall is a patchwork of authentic Islamic timber carvings sourced from Central Asia and is made up of 60 individual panels. The carved timber theme is further extended to suspended ceiling panels above the bar counter.