The Galleria, Al Maryah Island to open August 27

Thirteen gourmet outlets scheduled to open on Abu Dhabi island

Zuma will be one of the F&B offerings at The Galleria, Al Maryah Island.
Zuma will be one of the F&B offerings at The Galleria, Al Maryah Island.

The Galleria on Al Maryah Island, Abu Dhabi, will feature 13 gourmet outlets across a wide range of cuisines, and is set to open on August 27 2013.

Eight new dining concepts have been added to previously announced venues including Zuma, Emporio Armani Caffe, Almaz by Momo, Caffé Nero and Magnolia Bakery.

A range of international cuisines can be found at Bentley Bistro & Bar, Café Bateel, Biryani Pot, Nolu's Downtown, Lemongrass, Carluccio's, Burger Fuel and Taqado.

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Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, French-inspired Bentley Bistro & Bar will also feature music and entertainment. "We are thrilled to be part of this unique destination and to open our first restaurant in the capital," said Foodfund International CEO Johnny Tomazos. Foodfund International is the company behind Bentley Bistro & Bar.

Café Bateel blends European elegance and Arabic heritage, with a wide range of gourmet menu choices, deluxe chocolates, delectable dates and pastries. High quality Indian dishes from Biryani Pot will add a vibrant, spicy touch of traditional Hyderabadi cuisine to The Galleria.

Burger Fuel will create 100% pure New Zealand grass-fed beef high-quality burgers and creamy shakes, whilst Carluccio's serves authentic Italian food in a family-friendly environment.

Chic Thai concept Lemongrass will be opening as well with Mexican Taqado also pencilled in.

Set in a relaxed California-inspired décor, Abu Dhabi-born Nolu's Downtown will be open all day, whilst Turkos Kebab will serve freshly toasted, vertically grilled meat wraps served with salad and condiments.

Developed by Gulf Related and Mubadala Real Estate & Infrastructure (MREI), The Galleria on Al Maryah Island is a 33,000 square metre (355,000sq. ft) GLA luxury shopping and dining development.

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