360 Mall gets two new restaurants
Kuwait City, May 3, 2009
Renowned South African and Lebanese restaurants, The Meat Company and Zahr El Laimoun, opened for the first time in Kuwait, at the 360 Mall.
Located within the mall’s main atrium, Zahr El Laimoun will offer the best of Lebanese cuisine through a simple, yet cosy ambience.
Tamdeen Shopping Centers, the promoters of the mall, have harnessed the skills of international and regional food and beverage professionals to deliver new innovative concepts, by offering a vast selection of cuisines that cater to over 1000 visitors at any given time.
Debuting in Kuwait, The Meat Company will offer a unique and enjoyable casual dining experience that caters to meat lovers.
The South African steakhouse is located within the mall’s solar garden, a concept zone that is exclusive to restaurants and cafes, and home to a numerous number of dining experiences that range from sidewalk cafes to coffee shops, patisseries and internationally known fine dining restaurants.
“There are over 35 concepts on different floor levels of the shopping centre, strategically placed to provide shoppers with a unique dining experience. The new concepts highlight Kuwait’s rich cultural diversity,” stated Sanjay Madhok, deputy general manager of Leasing at 360 MALL.
360 MALL has been created to give shoppers in Kuwait a unique mix of luxury brands, sumptuous dining as well as world class entertainment facilities, all being introduced in Kuwait for the first time, he added.
In addition, renowned Géant hypermarket will be introduced in Kuwait for the first time through 360 MALL, offering a wide array of top and selected international brands.
The mall will also include a concierge, the first 3D IMAX theatre inside a shopping center and a designated multi-level car parking space.-TradeArabia News Service
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