Chicking has more than 175 restaurants around the world.
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DUBAI – Chicking is opening a new restaurant in Dubai’s Mall of the Emirates, expanding the mall’s food court options with fully Halal fast food at affordable prices that are going to be a big hit among mall goers.
The upcoming restaurant is expected to open in late January, bringing the number of Chicking outlets in the UAE and around the world to more than 175. Last year alone, the popular homegrown quick service restaurant opened 35 new outlets, including the first Chicking restaurant in Al Ain, and establishing the first Chicking restaurants in countries such as Egypt and South Africa, as well as the North American continent.
Chicking has a chain of restaurants in more than 20 countries, including New Zealand, Australia, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and UK, confidently drawing in more customers as the world’s first fully Halal quick service restaurant chain.
“We are excited to open our newest restaurant in Mall of Emirates. Our customers can expect to have the best Chicking food that perfectly balances quality and value,” said A.K. Mansoor, Chairman and Founder of Chicking.
Mansoor added that Chicking UAE has also seen a surge in online orders through our website and apps where regular promotions are featured.
The restaurant chain serves an international menu, including its signature fried or grilled chicken, pizza, pasta, burgers, wraps and rice dishes. As part of its commitment to bringing quality food at affordable prices, Chicking also offers value deals, including its Triple Crunch meal of three pieces of chicken with a side dish of fries for only Dh9.99. Chicking also recently launched its limited-time only Delivery Deals of Dh25.50 for two Chicking spaghetti meals, two Chicking chicken strip meals or two three-piece chicken meals.
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