Bateel announces KSA expansion in Khobar

New outlet will be Bateel's third in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The Cafe Bateel outlet at Al Khobar in Saudi Arabia.
The Cafe Bateel outlet at Al Khobar in Saudi Arabia.

Bateel will be opening their first Bateel café concept in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia.

The café-styled outlet will be located in Sheikh Avenue Mall, making it the third Café Bateel in the Kingdom.

At almost 500 m2 and seating up to 110 guests, the café will be serving Mediterranean food and beverages.

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The outlet will also feature new seasonal menus – along with a range of healthy breakfast options, light lunches, dinners, pastries and desserts.

The outlet will also have high-quality dates and premium chocolates, pralines and truffles.

Bateel International retail and operations general manager Tina Memic said: “Known for reinventing and elevating dates to a gourmet product, Café Bateel has created a name for offering an elevated casual dining concept by combining Mediterranean cuisine and the tradition of Arabian hospitality, promising a gourmet experience.”

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