PHOTO BY JONATHAN YBERA/EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – Chicking is opening an outlet at Expo Village Residences this October to cater to the growing food and beverage demand at Expo 2020 Dubai.
The new Chicking outlet is located in Shop 7 of Expo Village Residences 2A, behind the Expo Metro Station and near the Expo Park. It is the 22nd Chicking outlet in the UAE. Chicking is also set to open a new outlet in Dubai Silicon Oasis later this year.
“Chicking will cater to the demand for affordable meals within the Expo 2020 area. We are supplying meals for several pavilions, but we are also ready to serve regular, walk-in customers with our signature Halal food,” said Maqbool Modi, Operations Director of Chicking.
With its slogan “it’s my choice”, Chicking offers a multi-cuisine menu that includes its Signature Fried Chicken, Grilled Chicken, pizza, pasta, wraps and burgers.
The homegrown brand has continued its expansion in the UAE this year, with the opening of its outlet in City Centre Deira on July 13. Earlier this year, Chicking also opened an outlet in City Centre Al Zahia, Sharjah’s biggest mall.
Chicking has outlets in Mall of Emirates, Ibn Battuta Mall and City Centre Shindagha in Dubai, Remal Mall in Al Ain, City Centre Al Zahia in Sharjah, Ajman Cooperative Society, as well as in Abu Dhabi.
Chicking, considered the world’s first Halal quick service restaurant chain, has a total of 189 outlets in 23 countries, including in Ireland, Indonesia, India, Hungary, Maldives, Egypt, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and many more countries in UK, Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Chicking’s Halal concept has also made it very popular in Africa, the Middle East and in Asia’s predominantly Muslim countries, including Indonesia. PR/Expat Media
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