Second Cafe Barbera outlet opens in RAK

Emirati Franchise owner Sheikha Hussein Ghanim Aal Ali to operate the Cafe's seventh outlet in UAE

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Humaid Al Qassimi inaugurates second Café Barbera outlet in RAK.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Humaid Al Qassimi inaugurates second Café Barbera outlet in RAK.

The second Cafe Barbera outlet in Ras Al Khaimah was inaugurated by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Humaid Al Qassimi.

The new outlet is located in the Corniche Al Quasim area, which is also the 7th Cafe Barbera outlet in the UAE. The branch is owned and operated by Sheikha Hussein Ghanim Aal Ali, after having received a special training from Cafe Barbera experts to understand the operation, system of management, coffee recipes and other Cafe Barbera standards.

Cafe Barbera offers a multiple range of coffees and Italian dishes along with homemade desserts and pastries. Some of the key features of the new outlet are its beautiful interiors, which have been designed keeping the Cafe Barbera theme in mind, shedding spotlight on unique wooden furniture and red painted wall.

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The tables were designed by Sheikha herself, making use of coffee beans spread widely on the wooden table and covered with glass. Thanking the diginitary for his presence Sheikha Aal Ali said, “We are very proud of this new branch, which promises to bring Café Barbera’s signature line of coffee drinks, desserts and pastries. Strategically located by the Corniche, it is the best place to relax after a day of work or if you want to enjoy the company of friends, while enjoying the calming view of the ocean.”

“We welcome the opening of this new Cafe Barbera branch, our second in RAK and the seventh in the UAE. This new outlet demonstrates the growing popularity of the Cafe Barbera brand in the UAE,” concluded Sufyan Al Muhaisen, CEO and Co-Founder, BIS Group and Café Barbera.

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