Man’oushe Street, a popular Middle Eastern eatery that serves traditional, home-styled street food, has revealed its move of investing over AED 6 million towards the expansion and improvement of its Central Kitchen facilities. The move is part of the company’s continuing efforts to help improve their operations and to comply with the set international standards on food safety and preparation.
According to the company’s senior executives, Man’oushe Street’s Central Kitchen facilities has been developed to efficiently carry out and implement its standardization processes and address assistance requirements presented by its franchisees. Measuring at 8,000 square feet, the facility operates on a 24/7 basis and is manned by more than 50 skilled culinary staff. The Central Kitchen, which caters to all Man’oushe Street branches in the UAE including franchisee branches, prepare over a thousand mana’eesh per day along with other popular favourites like bureks, wrap sandwiches, pizza, salads and sweets. Assigned workers at the kitchen prepare all of Man’oushe Street’s menu offerings using water that is 99.9 per cent bacteria free. Complementing the Central Kitchen’s operations is a specialized logistic fleet that makes sure supplies are delivered on-time and efficiently to all UAE branches.
“As the Man’oushe Street brand continues to become more popular among Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) in the UAE, we are now looking towards expanding and improving our Central Kitchen—thereby ensuring the continuing mark of excellence that we are known for. To date, Man’oushe Street’s kitchen facilities HACCP certified and we are now in the process of getting an ISO 22000 certification, which reflects the strong attention that we have placed in complying with set standards on food safety and preparation. The improvement of our Central Kitchen is one of the many initiatives that we are implementing, further demonstrating our commitment to provide only the best service and products to our clients,” concluded Jihad El Eit, Founder and CEO, Man’oushe Street.