Dubai’s Loumi restaurant celebrates third anniversary

The dining venue at Millennium Airport Hotel has launched discounts to mark the occasion

Dubai’s Loumi Restaurant celebrates third anniversary
Dubai’s Loumi Restaurant celebrates third anniversary

Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai’s Arabic restaurant, Loumi will be celebrating its third anniversary on 20 September 2019.

The all-day dining venue will be launching a discount on its anniversary buffet.

Commenting on the completion of the third year, the property’s GM, Simon Moore said: “We are very happy with what Loumi has achieved and are looking forward for another successful year. This would not have been possible without our team’s passion and dedication in providing our guests and loyal patrons an outstanding dining experience. We would like to thank everyone for their continuous support and please come and enjoy our exceptional food along with great discounts and deals while having fun with our resident band.”

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