Ehab Kamel (left) and Aly Delawar during the signing ceremony. (Abdul Basit)
DOHA: The Pearl-Qatar, one of the largest urban developments in Qatar as well as in the Middle East, has signed a contract with Al Siddiqi Holding to open eight world-renowned restaurant brands and luxury fashion outlets in Porto Arabia and Medina Central districts of The Pearl-Qatar.
The agreement was signed by Ehab Kamel, General Manager, Retail Leasing at The Pearl-Qatar, and Aly Delawar, Board Member of Al Siddiqi Holding, yesterday at the sales and marketing office of The Pearl-Qatar, Oyster.
The agreement will see the opening of the exclusive Italian restaurant brand, Biella, and the Lord of The Wings restaurant in Medina Central district, specifically designed to suit families and visitors looking for a lifestyle of serenity, while the rest of other high-end retails outlets run by the group will be located at Porto Arabia.
Al Siddiqi Holding will also open a chain of world-renowned restaurants and fashion outlets at The Pearl-Qatar, including the first Tike Turkish International Restaurants franchise in Qatar.
Al Siddiqi Holding’s other plans include the opening of a number of luxury fashion and hospitality brands at The Pearl-Qatar, including the elegant Lebanese restaurant, Wafi Gourmet.
It will also open a unisex fashion outlet, Frankie Garage as well as Migato, a shoes and leather store. It will also open Kas, the Australian brand that specialises in home furnishings and stylish household items.
Commenting on the agreement, Ehab Kamel, General Manager, Retail Leasing at The Pearl-Qatar said, “With commercial spaces of about two million square feet ready at Porto Arabia and Medina Central, we will aggressively pursue our expansion plans by attracting leading global brands to open outlets here.”
Ali Delawar, Board Member of Al Siddiqi Holding in his statement, said, “The Pearl-Qatar is a unique and elegant shopping destination of world reputation and stature, and we are confident that our global series of brands will contribute to the Island’s reputation as a destination for tourists and shoppers alike.”