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Operation: Falafel plans TWO more Saudi branches

By Emma Hodgson | January 09, 2018

Operation: Falafel

Saudi Arabian fans of UAE restaurant Operation Falafel will be happy to hear that the company is planning two new branches in The Kingdom. The restaurant which self-styles itself as serving “Arab street food” opened its first Saudi branch in Riyadh’s Rubeen Plaza last October, and is now planning two further venues in Al Shatea Square, Dammam and another in Jeddah.

There will be new several new delicious dishes on the menu, including a street food version of Saudi kabsa (a meat and rice dish), shakkelha (a bundle including chicken and beef shawrmas and falafel pittas) along with plenty of their popular UAE dishes including baked manaeesh (bread topped with cheese, herbs and meat).

Operation Falafel currently has two branches in the UAE (one in Dubai and one in Ajman), with plans to launch further outlets in the US, UK and Switzerland.

“Introducing our beloved neighbours to the Operation: Falafel menu was the ideal pathway for us to tread on international grounds with aims for expansion,” said Manhal Nasser, Group CEO of AWJ Investments. “Our goal is to open 4 more branches in Saudi Arabia by the end of 2018 and hopefully, cross over international waters to spread the word on delicious, affordable Middle Eastern cuisine.”

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