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Jumeirah to expand Noodle House into Kenya

Dubai-based group will launch seven Noodle House restaurants in Kenya over five years

Jumeirah to expand Noodle House into Kenya
Noodle House restaurant.

Jumeirah Restaurants has announced that it will expand its
Noodle House chain of eateries into Kenya after signing a deal with a local
partner.

In a statement, the Dubai-based firm, part of the Jumeirah
Group conglomerate, said that it will open seven outlets of Noodle House across the African
country over the next five years via an agreement with Global Hotels Management
Africa.

The first Noodle House outlet will open in the capital
Nairobi in early 2013, followed by a restaurant in Kenya’s second city Mombasa,
Jumeirah said.

“The collaboration provides us with another opportunity for
the worldwide expansion plans of our home-grown brand,” said Phil Broad,
managing director, Jumeirah Restaurants.

Established in the UAE in 2002, Noodle House currently has
restaurants in eight countries, with plans to open outlets in Russia, Lebanon,
the UK and Bahrain this year.

Last week, the hospitality arm of Dubai-based developer
Emaar said it had signed a management deal to run a five-star hotel resort in
Kenya.

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