News This Dubai restaurant offers free meals to jobless residents

This Dubai restaurant offers free meals to jobless residents

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A Dubai-based restaurant has stepped up its effort to aid residents who are facing financial hardship because of Covid-19 crisis. 

In a viral TikTok of @sarwat.nasir, Kobe Sizzlers’ doors are open for walk-in customers who are currently jobless. 

According to Rhythm Arora, the owner of the restaurant, her restaurant in Karama is serving up free plates of biryani some 25 days ago after learning about the struggles that people in the country are currently facing. 

“I can understand the pain of sleeping hungry at night, so I wanted to help in any way that I could,” Arora was quoted as saying by The National. 

Aside from giving free plat for biryani rice, Kobe Sizzlers yoghurt and drinks to the walk-in diners for free. 

Arora added that her humble restaurant is open to welcome hungry residents for free at any time of the day. 

“It’s mostly bachelors who are coming, but there is also this one man who used to visit every day and would ask for a takeaway so he could go home and eat with his wife,” she further added. 

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