Salt Camp opens a Japanese pop-up at Museum of The Future 

The cool creative space runs until 9 March.

Salt Camp has combined culture and cuisine at its latest pop-up. Located in Museum of the Future, the Dubai-born brand has created a concept that is inspired by Japan. Running until 9 March, it’s a cool and colourful spot.

During the summer of 2023, Salt Camp travelled to Japan and met with Chef Named Shima. The new pop-up is a tribute to him and the Japanese landscape. The entrance includes a door with the sign “welcome”, which leads to a lime tunnel with flags in English and Japanese. The space includes bonsai trees, outdoor tables with chairs, and walls decorated with Japanese calligraphy.

Salt Camp

Salt Camp is famous for its signature burgers, shakes and desserts. The latest offering includes Japanese-inspired dishes and entertainment. The experience is great for the gram and has plenty of picture-worthy spots. Plus, we spotted a calligraphy writer, fan dancers and of course (camels).

Salt Camp

Salt Camp started life as a food truck back in 2014. The business was launched by Emirati entrepreneur Amal Al Marri and Saudi entrepreneur Deem AlBassam. The company are famed for harnessing social media to create a buzz, and fans would have to find its next location online.

Salt Camp

Museum of the Future opened in February 2022. The venue showcases innovative solutions for the future of cities. Plus, there are exhibition spaces dedicated to climate change, health and technology.

Salt Camp at Museum of the Future is open daily from midday to midnight.

GO: Follow @findsaltcamp on Instagram for more information.

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