Cravia, Dubai-based holding company of Zaatar w Zeit has announced that it will open three new outlets of the Lebanese street food brand in July as part of its ongoing expansion plans.
The new outlets are due to open in Mira Town Centre and Al Hadeel as well as re-opening in The Dubai Mall. These branches will be joining the brand’s recently opened Dubai branches in Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Springs Souk and Golden Mile, Palm Jumeirah.
“We are very pleased to be launching three new Zaatar w Zeit outlets, to have a total of six newly opened outlets this year. These openings assist us in our main aim which is to connect with our customers and make sure they can easily find their favourite dishes. The successful launch of our three new branches shows that Zaatar w Zeit’s delicious menu remains in high demand, and we will continue to satisfy our customer’s appetites by pursuing our expansion plan. We look forward to welcoming guests at our new locations,” says Mahmoud Harb, director of operations at Cravia.
Zaatar w Zeit is the casual urban eatery that has evolved into a favourite brand in the region, satisfying its customers’ cravings with high-quality signature dishes served in an exciting and trendy environment.
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