Italian F&B concept Buca Di Beppo, operating under GGICO Gourmet Investment LLC, has opened two outlets at Yas Mall and Dalma Mall in Abu Dhabi, bringing the brand’s popular dishes and lively atmosphere to the country’s discerning diners for the v ery first time.
“Customers in the UAE are increasingly looking for food and beverage options that stand out from the crowd – they are demanding the very best cuisine and service when it comes to their dining experiences. Buca Di Beppo fulfills this and more by encapsulating the ultimate in Italian food and hospitality. GGICO Gourmet Investment LLC is delighted to be able to bring Buca Di Beppo to the region for the first time and in doing so, set a new standard for gourmet casual dining in the region,” says Hassan Oweida, Chief Operating Officer of GGICO Gourmet Investment LLC.
The layout of two new Buca Di Beppo restaurants in Abu Dhabi take the form of five uniquely-themed semi-private rooms, each one generating a traditional Italian atmosphere with evocative music and displays of memorabilia. Over 3,000 vintage photographs of Italian icons are hung throughout the outlets, designed to transport customers to a rustic Sicilian and imbuing each establishment with a genuine feel of Italian culture.
Already well-established in the US, with branches across the UK and Mexico, Buca Di Beppo has forged its reputation through its uncompromising commitment to the creation of an authentic and modern Italian dining experience characterised by its welcoming and homely atmosphere, traditional and contemporary Italian menu and generous family-style portions. The brand takes its inspiration from the taste and style of fare enjoyed for generations in villages throughout Italy, focusing on the perfect blend of flavours and atmosphere to suit every type of get-together – intimate or large, family gathering or informal business meeting.
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