Choithrams to open eight new cafes in UAE, Bahrain
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, September 20 - 2012 at 10:50
UAE-based supermarket chain Choitrams has announced plans to open eight gourmet cafes to be attached to their supermarkets in UAE and Bahrain, Gulf News has reported. The firm is looking to open an 8,000 sq ft café in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), six in Al Falah residential area on the outskirts of Abu Dhabi and another in Bahrain, said Manoj Thanwani, director of Choithrams. In the UAE, three stores are scheduled to open by November or December, while the Bahrain outlet, the first of the Choithrams cafes to expand into the GCC, is expected to open its doors to shoppers in November, he added.
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