Dalma Mall opens food court
Dubai, December 13, 2011
Abu Dhabi-based Dalma Mall has opened an international food court that can conveniently seat over 500 visitors and offers a range of cuisine from international fast food to authentic Arabic and Asian delicacies.
Four new operators have commenced operations with two others to open shortly followed by six more new F&B operators adding to the diversity of choices at the mall, a top official from the mall said.
The newest food outlets include Subway, the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain; Soy Express, which serves light fragrant Thai dishes and Chinese specialities; Kamayan Barrio Fiesta, offering Asian comfort food including Asian and Filipino dishes; and F Bohsali, offering the best in Arabic cuisine including fresh juices, shawarma and shish taouk.
Koala which offers a fresh selection of fish and chicken sandwiches ideal for lunch or dinner; Hatam serving Iranian food – including meat kebabs and grilled meat mixes will both open shortly.
Other existing operators at the mall include renowned café organisation, Special Group which has opened two outlets - Special Juice Bar and Special café - complete with an outdoor terrace, ideal for an evening of shisha. The group will also open a third location at Dalma Mall with Petit Cafe offering Mediterranean cuisine, the statement said.
Canadian chain, Yogen Früz, offers nutritious frozen dessert; and Clown n Candy, Abu Dhabi’s largest sweet store located opposite Fun City. Other cafes at the mall are Caribou Coffee and Maya Chocolateier Café.
With over 60 per cent of its 1.6 million sq ft leased out, Dalma Mall has signed strategic partnerships with major groups such as Landmark Group and Al Futtaim to bring a diverse breadth of retail experiences to the mall, it said.
Stores already open include Carrefour Hypermarket, Centrepoint, Home Centre, Fun City and Matalan as well as a host of specialty stores. Marks and Spencer is due to open early next year.
Abu Dhabi’s largest Cineplex, the 14-screen CineRoyal Cinemas, offering over 2,200 seats, has opened at the mall, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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