Khalifa Hassan AlDrai, Executive Director of Dubai Corporation Ambulance Services, at the opening of Golden Fork's Al Mamzar branch.
PHOTO BY JONATHAN YBERA/EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – Homegrown restaurant chain Golden Fork opened its biggest outlet in Dubai on Thursday (September 26), bringing to 10 its number of branches in the UAE.
The newest Golden Fork occupies 4,500sqm of space on the ground floor of the Abraj Al Mamzar Building in Al Mamzar, Dubai, close to the Dubai-Sharjah border.
The multi-cuisine restaurant offers Arabic, Indian, Filipino and International cuisine, with live cooking stations and a special section for diners who love Korean interactive cooking at their table.
The modern and spacious ambiance is perfect for family or group gatherings and reflects the iconic restaurant chain’s commitment to unsurpassed dining experience.
“We’re always reinventing ourselves to adapt to what is new in the market, while staying true to our roots, which is our commitment to authentic flavours and great dining experience. This is the reason why we continue to be the UAE’s most beloved and trusted restaurant in the last 45 years,” said Shanavas Mohammed, Golden Fork’s Managing Director.
Thursday’s grand opening was graced by Khalifa Hassan AlDrai, Executive Director of Dubai Corporation Ambulance Services, and special guests. ICA/Expat Media
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