The Chicking outlet in Aspin Tower, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai.
PHOTO BY EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – Halal-compliant fast food chain Chicking opened a new outlet in Dubai on Saturday (May 4), bringing its number of outlets worldwide to 160.
The newest outlet is located in Aspin Tower, on a busy business stretch along Sheikh Zayed Road. The opening was graced by A.K. Mansour, Chairman and Managing Director of Chicking, Maqbool Modi, Chicking Director of Operations, franchisee Naveed Ahmed and business partner Syed Maaz, Sreekanth Pillai, CEO of BFI DMCC, Chicking’s global franchise management division and Niyas Usman, Director of Chicking.
“Chicking’s exponential global growth over the past few years is an indication of its secret formula, which is customer satisfaction, whether through our service or our food,” Modi told expatmedia.net.
Last month, the Dubai-based fast food giant opened two new outlets in Australia as demand grew for a fully halal compliant fast food chain.
In the UAE, Chicking has 21 outlets serving its signature fried or grilled chicken as well as a combination of rice meals, pizza and pasta.
The fast food chain will be opening another outlet in Dubai this year, executives revealed. GAD/Expat Media
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