British retailer Marks & Spencer, operated by the Al-Futtaim Group has announced the relaunch of its Yas Mall, Abu Dhabi store.
The 25,000 square foot boutique concept store offers a contemporary look and feel, with all new interiors that centre around optimising the customer experience. The new space offer 1,100 new grocery lines including the addition of over 400 new chilled food products as well as fresh fruit and vegetables, to a brand-new Marks & Spencer Café concept as well as clothing and accessories.
The 1,500 square foot Marks & Spencer Café offers an array of options for those who want to pick up food while on the move or dine-in, which can seat up to 50. Serving a variety of delicious meals for the whole family to enjoy, customers can choose from a brand-new look and a selection of baked treats, to delicious healthy smoothies, a wide selection of soups, salads, & sandwiches, as well as British classics such as Fish and Chips and a traditional Afternoon Tea.
“The relaunch of our Yas Mall store marks yet another milestone for us as we look to grow our food market across the UAE to bring customers greater choice with quality products for the whole family. Over the past 12 months, we have focused our efforts on expanding our range of fresh produce, groceries, household items, and the introduction of branded products to complement the Marks & Spencer range. We’re excited that customers visiting our Yas Mall store will now be able to shop over 400 new chilled products and enjoy dining at our new café,” said Nick Batey, General Manager, Marks & Spencer MENA.
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