The new extension includes the opening of new Arabic and international outlets, some of which will open in Sharjah for the first time, but all of them providing a variety of premium hospitality services, and sharing an excellent reputation in the UAE and across the region. The new restaurants will promote Al Majaz Waterfront’s unique setting even further and provide visitors with high-end experiences in hospitality, tourism and leisure.
The list of the new restaurants includes Emirati ‘Al Fanar Restaurant & Cafe’, Lebanese ‘Levantine Restaurant’, Indian ‘Ushna Restaurant’ and Iranian ‘Anar Restaurant’. The cafes include the genuine Italian coffee bar tradition of ‘Illy Caffè’, ‘Amorino Gelato’ Ice-cream and Coffee shop, ‘Al Rawi’ library cafe – a literary and cultural cafe with many.
The new restaurants and cafes will diversify the tourism and hospitality product at Al Majaz Waterfront, and at the same time will link the new extension to the main area. Signs that indicate the position of all restaurants and cafes will be installed across Al Majaz Waterfront.
The AED 35 million new extension of Al Majaz Waterfront increases the attraction’s total area to 53,000 square metres, and increases the length of its jogging track to 825 metres. The extension will also increase the size of the Sharjah Fountain, adding 165 parking lots to accommodate the needs of the park’s increasing number of visitors, as well as adding a number of self-service parking lots.