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Asian street kitchen opens in DXB's Terminal 3

Asian Street Kitchen has become the latest innovative F&B outlet to open at Dubai International Airport (DXB).

Located in Terminal 3's Concourse A, Asian Street Kichen comprises Double Fried Chicken, Ramen & Dumplings, Rice & Noodles and Tiger Beer’s Tiger Street Den, which between them offer a selection of Asian inspired bites, breakfasts and main meals, desserts and drinks. 

According to concessionaire Emirates Leisure Retail (ELR), Asian Street Kitchen has been designed around the Urban street-style of the far east.
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The outlet features an eclectic mix of street art, graffiti and pop art throughout with bold neon lights, bright posters and rustic table settings for a unique, authentic experience of Asian culture before passengers jet off on their travels.

The menus across the restaurant offers a range of tempting street-food-style bites, bowls and hearty feeds.

Tiger Street Den at DXB is the first experiential concept store to open outside of Singapore. Here, visitors will be able to uncage all that Singapore represents – from food and drinks, to fashion and design. 

Commenting on the openings, ELR CEO, Andrew Day, said: “We are delighted to introduce Asian Street Kitchen exclusively to DXB as a global first concept.
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"We’re confident that Asian Street Kitchen will be a much-loved addition to the airport dining offerings, and we hope passengers see this cool, vibrant hub as a must-visit destination to kick off their holiday in the best way possible.”

Eugene Barry, EVP commercial at Dubai Airports, said: “ELR’s Asian Street Kitchen is a welcome new addition to our food and hospitality offering at DXB. Incorporating music, art, and a great menu, we predict that this will be a very popular outlet with travellers.”

Dubai-headquartered ELR manages and operates more than 300 outlets, with over 90 airport premises across 16 Domestic and International airports, catering to hundreds of millions of passengers every year.

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