PizzaExpress opens in Abu Dhabi's Al Reem Island

Founded in London, the pizza restaurant chain has opened its second Abu Dhabi branch

PizzaExpress has opened its second Abu Dhabi branch.
PizzaExpress has opened its second Abu Dhabi branch.

PizzaExpress has officially opened its second branch in Abu Dhabi at The Arc Tower, Al Reem Island and can be accessed directly via Boutik Mall.

Open from lunch through to dinner, the new outlet offers great food and distinctive design – components that make up the DNA of the PizzaExpress brand worldwide.

Known for its pizza, dough balls, pasta and more, PizzaExpress is set to be the go-to for fans of Italian cuisine on Al Reem Island.

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This latest opening brings the UAE’s PizzaExpress count to nine restaurants, including two Jazz@PizzaExpress restaurants. Locations comprise JLT, Dubai World Trade Centre, Safa Park, City Centre Mall in Fujairah, Al Hamra Mall in Ras Al Khaimah, The Mall at World Trade Centre in Abu Dhabi and The Arc Tower at Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi.

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