Artcaffé has launched its 38th main branch at Business Bay Square in the Eastleigh area, aiming to offer a unique Middle Eastern culinary and cultural experience.
The outlet is set to become a cultural landmark in the area, providing patrons with an immersive Middle Eastern environment.
This latest addition brings the total number of Artcaffé branches to 47, including nine food kiosks.
The choice of location aligns with Artcaffé’s brand strategy of serving local communities where it previously had no presence.
The new branch features a stunning Middle Eastern theme, complete with intricate mosaic patterns, traditional textiles, and vibrant colour schemes.
The music also incorporates elements of Middle Eastern sounds, creating a rich ambience.
Artcaffé’s Business Bay Square branch offers a menu featuring exclusive Middle Eastern dishes and beverages.
Sylvia Karimi, Artcaffé Market general manager, emphasized the importance of delighting the senses through visual, auditory, and gustatory experiences.
“These elements transport diners to the heart of the Middle East, creating a rich and immersive ambience. It is always about delighting the senses for us from what you see, smell, hear, touch and, of course, taste,” said Sylvia Karimi, Artcaffé Market general manager
While maintaining the beloved Artcaffé menu, the new branch has introduced an additional menu section with 18 distinctive dishes.
These include appetizers, grilled skewers, and generous sharing plates prepared with Middle Eastern spices.
Salma Haji, the Business Bay Square Eastleigh Branch Manager, expressed gratitude for the warm welcome from the community.
She noted that the branch has become a gathering place for families and groups, especially on weekends.
Artcaffé plans to host promotions, events, and collaborations related to this branch’s launch in the future.
The company remains committed to delivering exceptional experiences that bring people together.