Philippine Consul General Paul Raymund Cortes (centre) at Golden Fork in Dubai.
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DUBAI – The biggest Golden Fork outlet recently opened in Dubai and no less than the Philippine Consul General was spotted dining there on its opening weekend.
Consul General Paul Raymund Cortes was with his wife and son at the Golden Fork outlet in Abraj Al Mamzar Building in Al Mamzar to enjoy a family meal.
Looks like the consul general is a big fan of mixed grilled kebabs, noodles and lobster! We couldn’t help but drool at the spread on the tabletop grills at their table!
Golden Fork is a beloved restaurant chain in the UAE where it has continued to serve a fine dining experience at budget-friendly rates for the last 45 years.
Its latest restaurant in Al Mamzar occupies 4,500sqm of space and incorporates Golden Fork’s latest 3-in-1 dining concept, with a multi-cuisine menu that includes Arabic, Indian, Filipino and International food, live cooking stations and a special section for diners who love interactive cooking right at their table. ICA/Expat Media
Location: Abraj Al Mamzar Building, Al Mamzar, Dubai
Telephone: 04 222 0007
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