Dubai Boulevard to become culinary destination
Dubai, October 22, 2013
Dubai’s 3.5km Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard in Downtown Dubai is set to become the city’s must-visit culinary destination.
It will now be home for over 50 new food and beverage outlets, said a statement.
Food lovers can make a beeline to Downtown Dubai to sample the largest collection of culinary delights ranging from Italian, Mediterranean, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Lebanese, Mexican, and French, among others, positioning Dubai as the ultimate food lovers’ paradise, it said.
Ahmad Al Matrooshi, managing director, Emaar Properties, said: “In addition to bringing the best of entertainment, shopping, and leisure to visitors, Dubai is renowned for its global culinary offerings, with the world’s cuisines in one destination. The unique culinary choices on Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard serve as a representation of Dubai’s multicultural dynamism.”
Among the new restaurants on Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard are: Aprons & Hammers, Wafi Gourmet, I love F Café, PappaRoti, Leila, Mamma Italia, Reem Al Bawadi, Fournil de Pierre, Ultra Brasserie, Hollywood Burger, Itzza Pizza, Maison Bagatelle, Benningans, Café Mex, Cairo Kitchen, and many more.
Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard also hosts ‘La Serre,’ the latest addition to Emaar Hospitality Group’s ‘Lifestyle Dining’ portfolio, a French bistro and boulangerie, located in Vida Downtown Dubai.
Anchored by Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, Downtown Dubai also features The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination; The Dubai Fountain, the world’s tallest performing fountain; and a host of five-star hotels including the world’s first Armani Hotel Dubai and The Address Downtown Dubai, The Address Dubai Mall, The Palace Downtown Dubai, and Vida Downtown Dubai and Al Manzil hotel. – TradeArabia News Service
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