Al Ghurair Centre, the UAE’s pioneering lifestyle and shopping destination, has unveiled its brand new Dining District. Home to over 27 food and beverage outlets, the much awaited district is located on the mall’s ground floor and spans over 10,421 square feet. It can accommodate over 3,344 people, making it one of the largest gastronomic destinations in the city.

Connected to the center’s shopping area, which boasts over 360 brands, the Dining District offers an eclectic array of locally- and internationally- renowned restaurants and cafes to its ever growing number of visitors.

Speaking about the ambitious development project, Mr. Sultan Al Ghurair, the CEO of Al Ghurair Properties said, “The F&B sector is becoming an increasingly crucial part of the retail business, therefore to maintain the momentum of our envisioned growth, and to enhance the quality of our offerings, we’ve accommodated the choicest restaurant concepts headed by world class chefs and highly qualified staff.”

He further added, “Since, our mall is a popular destination for both UAE residents and tourists, it is very important for us to offer a wide range of dining options to cater to many different tastes. We firmly believe the new development will help us reaffirm our position as a vibrant lifestyle-focused and culturally diverse hub.”

Leveraging the mall’s heritage and prime location in the heart of old Dubai, the dining hub offers visitors both indoor and outdoor seating options, giving the venue a special appeal for those who want to dine al fresco during the winter months.
Offering a huge selection of cuisines including American, Indian, South African, Middle Eastern and Oriental, the Dining District offers shoppers and visitors a plethora of dining options in one central area for their easy accessibility. These include both fast-food and family dining concepts.

Popular Asian inspired eateries include Michelin Star Taiwanese restaurant Din Tai Fung; Japanese favourites, Yakitate and Atisuto; Lemon Grass and Sangeetha, while more Western influenced dining comes from Gerard; TGI Fridays; Nandos; Denny’s; Jollibee; All the Perks; Krispy Kreme; Papa Rotti, and Starbucks. Arabic offerings are represented by Kabaji Grill and Bestoon Samad, and many more.