'Seef Properties' signs lease agreement to open 'Plant Cafe at 'Al Liwan'

Al Liwan is once again proving its appeal to more hospitality and retail establishments looking for excellence and expanding their operations in one of the latest and modern mixed-use real estate development projects in the heart of the Northern Governorate

  
'Seef Properties' signs lease agreement to open 'Plant Cafe at 'Al Liwan'

Manama: Seef Properties, one of the leading integrated real estate development companies in the Kingdom of Bahrain, recently announced signing a lease agreement with Plant Café to open a branch at Al Liwan; one of the promising projects developed by Seef Properties in Hamala area in the Northern Governorate.

Plant Café is the first 100% vegan restaurant in the Kingdom of Bahrain and its new branch at Al Liwan occupies 110 square meters. Since its official opening in 2017, the restaurant has been offering delicious vegan and healthy food within multiple options for vegan food lovers in a classy atmosphere, coupled with a distinguished and friendly service to all restaurant diners.

On this occasion, Seef Properties CEO, Mr. Ahmed Yusuf commented: “We are glad to welcome Plant Café at Al Liwan project which is the first vegan restaurant in the Kingdom. Al Liwan is once again proving its appeal to more hospitality and retail establishments looking for excellence and expanding their operations in one of the latest and modern mixed-use real estate development projects in the heart of the Northern Governorate.”

“As we approach the official opening date of the project, we are witnessing an increase in the pace of signing leasing agreements with major food and retail brands that have a wide reputation on a local, regional and global scale. This will hopefully make the project a preferred go-to destination in the near future, especially for those looking for recreation, entertainment and shopping in a green and friendly environment that meets all tastes from different segments of society” Mr. Ahmed Yusuf added.

On her part, Plant Café’s General Manager MS. Lourdes De Leon said: “We are pleased to sign a lease agreement with Al Liwan project in the promising Hamala area. We decided to move to Al Liwan due to its modern elements and facilities that make it the best choice for any restaurant or hospitality establishment that seeks to provide an exceptional experience to its customers, and we, in turn, promise everyone to continue our passion for providing unique vegan dishes, for the local community and project visitors.”

Al Liwan represents the Bahraini heritage and traditions in a contemporary style, due to its unique design and modern features, in addition to its 136 diversified shops and restaurants. The project has recently witnessed the signing of several leasing agreements with many leading local and international brands, with the occupancy rate reaching 65%.

The project will include a variety of options with the recent opening of Starbucks Café to be the first coffee shop to receive customers in Al Liwan, in addition to brands making its debut in the Kingdom, such as Lamb Chef and Danube Supermarket from Saudi Arabia, Crème from London, plus other renowned local, regional and global brands. As well as the recent opening of the totally new BBK branch at Al Liwan.

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