The Valley, Campbell Gray Living Amman’s boutique retail space, has welcomed hangar1, its very first restaurant.
The new outlet combines a bold, nostalgic ambience with a menu of mouth-watering classics, including beautifully presented steaks, chicken, burgers and fries.
As for the design of hangar1, the restaurant boasts an aviation and air travel theme, and contains many elements styled after or actually made from old airplanes.
An ideal setting for friends and family to dine and relax, hangar1 features original works by the acclaimed street artist Ernest Zacharevic, whose subversive public work led to him being dubbed ‘the Banksy of Malaysia’.
Enthusing on the launch was chairman, Campbell Gray Hotels, Saad Audeh, who is also the founding member of the Audeh Group: “Campbell Gray Living Amman is a project with a vision, which has been realised at every level of our development – from the architecture to the residences themselves. hangar1 is part of this vision, and thanks to its unique theme and aesthetic, I am certain it will really stand out in Amman’s restaurant scene.”
Audeh added: “We are proud to be launching a business with such potential and pedigree and we are confident that its success will not only elevate the cultural status of The Valley, but will also open the door for further branches across the Kingdom, bringing delicious food, drinks and hospitality within a jaw-dropping interior design.”