Binghatti Hospitality, the hospitality arm of Binghatti Holding, unveiled its plan to expand its Aghatti brand of restaurant by opening seven branches in the UAE within the two coming years.
After the success of the Aghatti restaurant in La Mer, Binghatti Hospitality is determined to progressively expand its Aghatti brand all over the UAE during the two coming years to reach the objective of opening seven branches with an investment value of AED20 million.
The Aghatti restaurants offer a range of exclusively Iraqi dishes prepared on site and served in a modern gourmet fine dining atmosphere. In addition to Iraqi dishes, Aghatti restaurants serve up a feast of dishes, salads, appetizers, beverages, pastries, cakes and desserts embodying Middle Eastern delicacies. These gastronomic pleasures will soon be served in seven more locations in Dubai and two in Abu Dhabi.
Sharing his thoughts on the expansion plan of the Aghatti restaurants, Muhammad BinGhatti, CEO of Binghatti Holding, says, “We are proud of the success witnessed in the Aghatti restaurant in La Mer, and we are determined to open more branches of the Aghatti brand during the two coming years. We are eager to take advantage of the great opportunities offered by the UAE’s unique position as a multi-cultural hub of eateries and hospitality. Thanks to the UAE’s progressive leadership, the country’s economic environment offers all the elements required for growth and success.”
What’s more, in an initiative to give back to the society, Binghatti Hospitality is also offering exclusive discounts to the UAE’s military, police and students in Aghatti restaurants, in constant support and appreciation.
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