Man'oushe Street opens eighth branch in the UAE

Plans for four more restaurants in the Emirates by end of 2014

The new Man'oushe Street in JAFZA.
The new Man'oushe Street in JAFZA.

Man’oushe Street has opened a new branch within Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA) Dubai in line with its aggressive expansion plans in the UAE, which has also seen the company sign franchise agreements to open two outlets each in Dubai & Abu Dhabi before the end of this year.

The restaurant chain will then have 12 outlets in the UAE by the beginning of 2015.

Jihad El Eit, founder and CEO of Man’oushe Street, said: "We are delighted to open the latest branch of Man’oushe Street in JAFZA, Dubai after evaluating the demand for Middle Eastern fast food in that community. There is a growing demand in the UAE for fast food that is not just a quick meal, but is freshly prepared and healthy and we cater to that demand.

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"We are expanding our presence within the country through franchising agreements to offer authentic Middle Eastern and Lebanese street food that is made from fresh, specially selected ingredients. We are upbeat that our new branch will become a popular venue for the people working in JAFZA."

Man’oushe Street will conduct regular quality audits and inspections to ensure its latest branch is at par with other outlets.

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