GRK Fresh Greek opens second Dubai restaurant

Next month, the Greek street food restaurant will open at Burjuman in Dubai

GRK Fresh Greek will open at Burjuman, Dubai
GRK Fresh Greek will open at Burjuman, Dubai

GRK Fresh Greek will open a second Dubai branch in August, located in Burjuman Dubai.

The new venue will be 3,000 ft2 with indoor and outdoor seating, and a total seated capacity for 100 people.

Dubai’s first branch of the Greek street food restaurant is located in Me’aisem City Centre mall in the IMPZ district.

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Commenting on the upcoming Burjuman launch, Foodmark general manager fast casual division Andres Gonzalez said: “We are pioneering Greek urban food in the fast casual segment of Dubai and are proud to be expanding the GRK group of restaurants in the region with the addition of our second opening in BurJuman Centre. GRK has proven to be a strong brand within the fast casual segment, making a lot of sense to seek expansion in a prominent location, with a wider client base.”

The menu at GRK Fresh Greek features the brand’s signature, “yeeros” meat (gyros), souvlaki, GRK meatballs, traditional Greek salad, aged feta and watermelon salad, house-made tzatzikis and desserts such as salted caramel baklava cheesecake and GRK donuts.

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