Just Falafel the Middle Eastern purveyor of authentic street food is expanding its footprint in Kuwait. The second restaurant will be located in Eigaila, in the Gate Mall, which is located in Fintas, 20 km south of Kuwait City.
The opening is part of the group’s rapid expansion plans that will see an additional 7 Just Falafel’s in the territory over the coming years.
The Gate Mall is an upscale development of 6 floors with cinemas and retail outlets. This location will make it a popular choice with residents and tourists alike that will enjoy Just Falafel’s hand-made wraps. The surrounding area is also home to a large student population that will enjoy the reasonably priced, healthy food that is at the core of the Just Falafel menu.
Guests can choose from the favourites such as the “Original” or “Kuwaiti” which are made to order, or customers are free to “build their own” according to their personal taste or dietary preferences. The new restaurant will also be offering part of the new breakfast menu, which includes egg wraps combined with Halloumi and Zaatar and a selection of fresh juices and French or Turkish coffee.
Just Falafel will provide the best quality street food with the freshest ingredients sourced locally and organically where seasonally possible. This is in keeping with their philosophy of serving “Good Food Fast” and to create eating enjoyment with old-world flavours.
Mike Biggins the Chief Operating Officer of Just Falafel welcomes the new addition to the family saying, “Having lived in Kuwait I am especially proud to be expanding in this country. The consumer is quite sophisticated in their dining habits and readily recognizes quality when they see it. I am confident that they will embrace this new location and our delicious food.”
This latest opening is part of Just Falafel’s rapid International expansion, which will see it open a significant number of restaurants globally this year, with an increased presence in markets such as Australia and the USA. The group plans to roll out over 700 restaurants in 18 countries over the next few years.