Opening February 16, Flayva is a culinary destination uniting a variety of flavours and cuisines, including Vietnamese, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, Uzbek, Lebanese and many more…
The new street food hall enhances the offerings at Al Ghurair Centre, reaffirming the first shopping mall in the Middle East’s status as one of Deira’s premier lifestyle destinations.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates – -: Al Ghurair Centre has outlined ambitious plans to redefine Deira’s dining scene with the upcoming launch of Flayva, a highly-anticipated global ‘street food’ hall featuring 23 exciting homegrown concepts set to open on February 16.
Spanning an expansive 3,318-square-feet, the all-in-one culinary hotspot will accommodate approximately 500 guests at a time, providing a spacious and vibrant setting for a rich variety of dining experiences in the heart of Deira. From Indonesian to Vietnamese, Indian to Japanese, Lebanese to Filipino, Flayva promises a melting pot of flavours for every palate.
“With the launch of Flayva, our latest culinary gem at Al Ghurair Centre, we extend our commitment to creating and nurturing a vibrant community hub within the heart of one of Dubai’s most historic neighbourhoods,” said Anwar Atari, Chief Executive Officer, Al Ghurair Properties – Residential and Commercial. “Inspired by the growing popularity of food halls in the city, Flayva is more than a dining space; it’s a lively community hub where residents can come together and discover an eclectic fusion of local and international flavours, all under one roof.”
The upcoming lineup for venues set to open next week includes Allo Beirut, offering Lebanese dishes inspired by the capital’s street food scene complete with a separate section for shawarma lovers; BaoFriends, a modern bao joint infused with both Asian and Arab flavours; House of Curry for an authentic Indian food experience; Warung Bandung for traditional Indonesian flavours; Vietnamese Snack Food Cafe and Little Oriental Dining for Asian fusion delights; and Salvis Junior, Chibog Restaurant, and Bacolod Inasal BBQ for delicious Filipino cuisine.
Expanding the global palate, Flayva introduces Japanese joint Tako Ichiban House; Uzbeki Cuisine for an authentic taste of Uzbekistan; Clucks for a fried chicken food fest; and Siam Thai Food for traditional flavours from the east. Those with a desire for drinks or desserts can satisfy their craving at Hubboba Tea Café, an Emirati-owned Boba tea shop, or indulge in delectable desserts at Taro by BaoFriends.
Flayva, which will be open Sunday to Thursday from 10am to 11pm and on Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 1am, represents a significant addition to Al Ghurair Centre, enhancing its appeal and solidifying its position as a leading lifestyle destination for residents and tourists alike. Al Ghurair Centre, which opened in 1981 as the Middle East’s inaugural modern shopping mall, houses 270 stores and more than 50 dining and entertainment venues.