Food 4 restaurants in UAE giving free food to residents...

4 restaurants in UAE giving free food to residents who are financially struggling now


Four restaurants in the UAE are the real heroes as the country battles with the deadly coronavirus.

In a message being circulated online, the following restaurant will deliver food for free for those residents who are not getting paid ‘these difficult times.’

Mawwal Restaurant (Murooj Rotana Hotel)
Mobile : 050 1596599
Mobile : 058 580136
Landline 045898473

Dolphina Restaurant (International City)
Mobile : 050 4430136
Mobile :055 4483275

Hazara Darbar Restaurant (Warsan 1)
Mobile no 0522130113
Landline no 045646006
Mobile no 0588202047

Al Fareej Kitchen (Sharjah)
Mobile :0501302034
Mobile : 0509470272

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