New mall fills up on F&B outlets

Mirdif City Centre promises more than 75 outlets
An impression of Mirdif City Centre's food court.
An impression of Mirdif City Centre's food court.

Dubai’s latest mall development Mirdif City Centre, slated to open on March 16, has revealed it will feature more than 75 food and beverage outlets.

The F&B offerings will in fact make up “nearly 20% of the total number of stores in the mall”, according to a spokesperson for the project.


Over a third of the mall’s F&B portfolio will be new to the UAE, including US-based Chinese restaurant P F Chang's; Indian eatery Tiffenbites from the UK; and Abu Sid from Cairo, serving authentic Egyptian cuisine.

Other outlets joining the Mirdif City Centre selection include Indian restaurant Ushna, gourmet cupcake retailer Sugar Daddy’s, famed Tex-Mex food chain Taco Bell, and Thai outlets Lemongrass Express and Mango Tree Bistro.

The  project's vice president Yousif Al Ali commented: “When we planned the leasing for the food and beverage retail outlets, we wanted to put together something for everyone. Not just the variety of tastes, but the different types of visitors we would see — from those that would like to make the most of their time, to the more leisurely customers who want to savour their food and drink with friends.

“We look forward to welcoming our shoppers to enjoy the amazing F&B selection we have to offer."

Mirdif City Centre boasts two food court areas located in the north and south side of the mall, one featuring Victorian décor, the other inspired by Alhambra, the Middle Eastern courtyards and traditional souk corridors.

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