UAE-based dining, catering and restaurant management firm Tawasy Group will open it’s first-ever restaurant, Tawasy Restaurant and Grill, in Dubai Festival City.
The company plans to open 10 more Tawasy Restaurant and Grill outlets, which will serve authentic Arabic and Mediterranean cuisines, in the UAE in the next four years and expand across the GCC through franchising programmes.
“The UAE’s urban population is forecasted to grow to 7.9 million by 2020 at an average annual growth of 2.3% in a decade with city dwellers, who eats out more often than others, accounting for 86.7% of the country’s population. With such attractive numbers, opening a restaurant is a next step towards strengthening our position in the UAE’s F&B industry. Moreover, F&B outlets are expected take over a fifth of the mall space in the next 10 years, establishing our presence in the dining segment is a strategic business move,” says Rami Wardeh, CEO, Tawasy Group.
“Consumers in Dubai are very discerning and look out for new dining concepts to make their eating out experience unique and through our new outlet; we aim to address their demand. Tawasy Restaurant and Grill will carve for itself a niche by serving award-winning traditional homemade recipes from Arabian and Mediterranean regions, prepared in certified modern kitchen using only the freshest and carefully selected authentic ingredients. We aim to set a benchmark in not just the quality of our food but also through our excellent service,” Wardeh addss.
Established in 2009, Tawasy Group is an experienced player in Dubai’s F&B market. Its Arabic grilled outlets – Mashawi2Go and Manqeesh2Go – are delivery and takeaway concepts, while Tawasy Express is a catering service.
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