Ramadan Kareem at ‘Zyng’ at Ibn Battuta Mall
Zyng Asian Grill, launched by ETA STAR Retail, wishes Ramadan Kareem with an exclusive Ramadan Menu. ETA STAR Retail aims to reach the food connoisseurs in the UAE by serving real Pan Asian Gourmet Cuisine. Pan-Asian food covers Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Singaporean and Korean cuisines. Zyng Asian Grill was recently opened within the China Court at the Ibn Battuta Mall. Zyng Asian Grill is an international restaurant chain with outlets all over the US and Canada.
Zyng has two special Iftar Menus. Iftar with appetizers for Dirhams 30. This is a plate of appetizers - One eggroll, two vegetable gyozas and two non-veg gyozas, three crispy shrimps, three crispy chickens. Iftar with Sashimi, at Dhs 40, is a plate of tuna and salmon Sashimi. Both these meals come with complimentary tea.
Zyng also has a special menu for all the month of Ramadan. The Menu has specialities from each of the pan Asian Countries. There is a variety of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Malaysian & Thai dishes to choose from.
The restaurant is designed in an Asian-inspired, stylish, vibrant market atmosphere, with attractive colours, sounds and aromas permeating throughout the casual dining restaurant. Consumers can choose from the large and diverse selection of appetizers - dumplings, spring rolls, noodle salads, soup bowls and a variety of specialty meal-in-bowls including the world’s best Pad Thai, the Zyngapore noodles, Zyng peanut toss as well as other favourites.
“ETA Ascon has been on the forefront of many unique initiatives within the country and overseas, whether it is real estate, cement, engineering, construction among other interests. ETA is delighted to provide the consumers with this unique experience in UAE, through Zyng,” said Mr. Ahmed Salahuddin, Director Star Retail.
“Zyng Asian Grill is a unique experience in casual dining. Zyng means noodle dishes of all types, meals in bowls inspired by the cuisines of Asian countries, each as appealing to the eye, as they are flavourful to the palate. Zyng signifies fresh, light, healthy, nutritious and delicious meals at reasonable prices,” said Mr. Fazle A. Naqvi, General Manager, ETA Star Retail.
Chef Solanki wishes everyone Ramadan Kareem with his special menu for this holy month. Chef Solanki comes to Zyng Asian Grill with a rich, varied experience in India. Before his assignment at Zyng, he was the Chef-de-partie at The Oberoi, Hyderabad and then was the R&D head for Barista Coffee for India.
STAR Retail is part of the US$1.8 billion ETA ASCON Group with over 30,000 employees, the group has interests in areas such as construction, engineering and maintenance, automobiles, manufacturing, bulk commodity trading and shipping, fashion, consumer products, retail and industrial products.
About ETA ASCON
Emirates Trading Agency-Associated Constructions and Investments (ETA ASCON) Co. L.L.C. are a multinational and diversified Group established in 1973 as a joint venture under UAE’s Abdulla Al Ghurair Group. ETA-ASCON has built an enviable reputation for quality, service and cost-effective technological capability. Headquartered in Dubai, the Group network undertakes construction, contracting and infrastructure project work in several countries, having 23 branches and associate offices worldwide. Areas of expertise include Engineering, Contracting, Construction, Manufacturing, Trading, Shipping, Transportation, Jewellery, Travel, Consumer Electronics, Recycling, Automobiles, Building Maintenance, Information Technology, Human Resources Management and Real Estate. The Group's consolidated sales for the year ending 2003 were in excess of USD 1.5 billion. For more information, please visit www.eta-ascon.com.
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