Back in 2004, when they first worked together at Gordon Ramsay’s Michelin starred restaurant Claridges, Nick Alvis and Scott Price vowed that one day they’d open their own place and do things their way. UAE-born table 9 is the realisation of that dream.
By their own admission, these two chefs have no qualms about standing out from the crowd, particularly when it comes to cooking. In fact, with table 9 they aim to do just that.
Taking a step away from formal fine dining, here you can enjoy creative, high quality food, in relaxed, contemporary surroundings. The fluid menu gives guests the freedom to create their own bespoke dining experience: it’s entirely up to the customer whether they indulge in a multi-coursed tasting menu or pick away at a plate or two, with or without matching wine.
From the bread and butter, to the home cured bresaola and the bon bons served at the end of the meal, everything is made in-house. Simple, fresh flavours, a sense of fun and plenty of culinary flair help ensure that table 9 offers a unique-to-Dubai restaurant experience.
This sense of creativity extends beyond the food: UAE based ceramicist Homa Farley has produced a range of handcrafted earthenware goods specifically for the restaurant and regularly changing artwork from local gallery Mojo hangs from the walls.
Table 9 is the brainchild of two young chefs who have set out to do something a little bit different. They look forward to welcoming you to their restaurant soon.