PizzaExpress DWTC re-opens after refurbishment

Both kitchen and front-of-house interiors given a revamped look

Initial sneak peek of the restaurant.
Initial sneak peek of the restaurant.

PizzaExpress DWTC can now be seen in its new look after undergoing a major facelift to the kitchen and dining area.

Work on the property began just one month ago and involved creating a new look with changes to the flooring, signage and seating, which has now given the main dining area décor an ultra modern, hip feel.

In addition, the layout of the new furnishings have increased the seating capacity of the restaurant, with funky new lighting adding a stylish ambience.

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Improvements made to the kitchen layout ensure that food can be served even faster than before without compromising on quality.

PizzaExpress UAE managing director Anand Radia said: "It’s been an exciting month watching these new renovations taking shape. We are delighted with the end result and I am pleased to announce it’s finally ready.

"With upscale décor and a new modern contemporary feel, I know our customers are going to love the new look just as much as we do," he added.

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