Holiday Inn Abu Dhabi Downtown gets new restaurant — Jones the Grocer

This will be the eatery’s 15th branch in the UAE and ‘first ever’ one inside a hotel in the capital

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Jones the Grocer is set to open its 15th eatery in the UAE this month (April 2019). Located in Holiday Inn Abu Dhabi Downtown, it will be the Australian food emporium’s first-ever restaurant inside a hotel in the capital, according to a statement.

The 215sqm café will also double up as a store selling speciality chocolate, roasted coffee beans, teas, cheese accompaniments, Australian yellow box honey and other gourmet groceries. 

The one-level café-store includes a terrace overlooking Zayed the First street.

Jones the Grocer was launched in Australia in 1996, and includes ‘an award winning café’, theatre kitchen, charcuterie, walk-in cheese room, bakery, patisserie and gourmet grocery.

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