If you’re the kind of person who gets a headache trying to decide what to eat, you’re in luck. As the idea of multi-restaurant clusters catches on, you no longer have to pick a cuisine before arriving at your destination. Instead, you can just go with your gut.
It’s a kind of flexibility that Michel Lu has always believed in, especially when it comes to destination dining. “Clusters give people more reasons to come to your venue, instead of a single concept. It lets them come to you for different moments – whether to eat with family or friends, for drinks or brunch, and you won’t just be a dance club that’s lifeless during the daytime,” says the executive chairman of the boutique consultancy Revolver Asia.