Debs W Remman is a 300-seat Lebanese casual dining concept that recreates the atmosphere of the old streets and souqs of Beirut. Manned by Chef Bashir Zeitouni, the restaurant serves a wide variety of traditional dishes that capture the essence of authentic Lebanese cuisine.
A 250-seat casual dining Mediterranean bakery and steakhouse, La Casa Twenty Eight serves Mediterranean-inspired cuisine under Executive Chef Errico Gabriele, while the Mokarabia Café, famous for its high-quality coffee blends, serves exotic coffee creations along with salads, sandwiches and desserts.
New dining experience
Palma Hospitality Group general manager Charbel Mhanna said: “The three new outlets will offer guests an entirely new level of dining experience and will serve a variety of authentic, fresh and delicious food that promises to raise the bar for culinary excellence and personalised service and keep customers coming back for more.”
Aura Retail managing director Wesam Al Badawi said: “This 2015 is an important year for our group in terms of continued investment and expansion of our project portfolio. Along with Aura Retail as investor, Palma Hospitality Group has been busy planning and finalising several major projects, including the upcoming 7,000 sq. metre entertainment centre, Megapolis, which will open to the public soon at Medina Centrale.
Designed as a complete leisure destination, Megapolis is set to be one of the biggest entertainment centres in the GCC, and will feature bowling, indoor golf, darts, billiards, karaoke, PS games, a hi-tech gaming arcade, action zone and children’s edutainment and entertainment, It will also be home to a mix of F&B outlets featuring leading international and local food brands.