DMCC chief opens new cafe at JLT
Dubai, March 4, 2013
"Own Cafe", a new restaurant at the Jumeirah Lakes Towers, was officially inaugurated last night by Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) executive chairman Ahmed Bin Sulayem.
The restaurant offers a wide selection of traditional Arabic and European dishes.
“At DMCC we are committed to continuously innovate for the benefit of our members, partners and wider Dubai community. Today, Jumeirah Lakes Towers has over 160 thriving retail outlets and restaurants on offer for the 55,000 people working and living here," said Ahmed Bin Sulayem.
"It is also inspiring to see how more than 6,000 companies currently based in JLT evolve whether they have a new concept like Own Cafe or growing multi-nationals looking to access and expand into new markets. We are pleased to welcome Own Cafe to the community and look forward to seeing this new cafe grow into a thriving venture and meeting area for business people and families alike," he added.
The opening of Own Cafe was marked by a dazzling display of entertainment programs that captivated the VIP guests.
Ahmed Bin Sulayem said the new outlet aims to become the number one choice for diners in the thriving JLT community by offering a wide selection of traditional Arabic and European dishes.
"An exciting variety of Shisha and beverages are some of the hottest selling points of Own Café," he stated.
Mohammed Tayem, the founder of Own Café said, "As an ideas person, I was convinced that a trendy venue that caters to busy executives during work hours and turns into an elegant dining venue by night is the inspiration that JLT needs."-TradeArabia News Service
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