UK-based chain of restaurants Giraffe STOP has set up shop at Dubai International Terminal 3 Concourse B. The brand already has a Giraffe restaurant in Concourse A and is in Dubai in partnership with Emirates Leisure Retail (ELR ).
The new 600 sqft outlet joint is fast and friendly, with everything available to go, 24hours a day. It also has a 25 cover seating area with free Wi-Fi.
Open all day, early morning passengers can keep hunger locked up until lunch with highlights such as hot and creamy organic porridge, brekkie baps filled with a fresh herb and cheese omelette with smoky tomato relish, a breakfast burrito packed with beef chorizo, eggs, jalapenos and a chipotle salsa or pick up a freshly baked hot filled croissant from the counter.
“Through our existing successful partnership with ELR, we are delighted to bring Giraffe STOP to the UAE. This quick service restaurant is perfectly suited to the airport environment — It’s not just grab and go, diners can stop and enjoy their meal as they are waiting to board their plane, or of course enjoy it on-the-go,” says Sam Anstey, head of franchise of Giraffe.
The quick-serve restaurant also offers a variety of coffees, including Tosca cappuccino, topped with crushed amaretti biscuits. For a health kick, it has freshly squeezed juice and mixes.
“We are proud to be launching the latest addition to our giraffe family, Giraffe STOP at Dubai International airport. Offering passengers the great taste of Giraffe in an exciting new dine-in and take-away format is testament to our commitment to our successful partnership with Giraffe and of course, continually offering our customers world-class experiences,” says Andrew Day, Group CEO ELR.
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