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Bahrain Cinema Company Expands its Investments in the Food & Beverages Industry in Bahrain

Manama Bahrain, 11th May 2017

Bahrain Cinema Company, market leaders in the entertainment industry in the Kingdom of Bahrain, announced the launch of the second branch of the authentic Indian and Chinese cuisine restaurant, Takatak, along with a first of its kind Indian street food cuisine restaurant, Chaat & Chai, at Lulu Mall, Hidd on 11th May 2017.

A number of exclusively invited VIPs attended the launch event along with key members of the local media. Being the second branch of Takatak in the Kingdom, the casual dining restaurant offers a rich variety of authentic Indian cuisine in addition to exquisite vegetarian options, making it the ideal choice for families looking for a homely and flavorful meal after a day out shopping.

Chaat & Chai is a unique restaurant that serves a wide range of world famous Indian street food choices along with a number of authentic South Indian breakfast dishes. Being the first of its kind in the Kingdom, the restaurant is the ideal choice for customers who are looking for a quick meal of exquisite Indian street food.

With their prime location and refined culinary dishes, both restaurants promise great success, and are certain to be massively popular among their visitors.

On this significant occasion, Mr. Ahmed Rashed, the Chief Executive Officer of Bahrain Cinema Company (Cineco), said: “We are immensely thrilled to have opened the second branch of Takatak along with a brand new exciting restaurant, Chaat & Chai in Lulu Mall, Hidd. With the launch of Chaat & Chai, which is a first in the GCC, we endeavor to develop and include a wide variety of concepts and cuisines to our exquisite restaurant line up and we look forward to continue extending our offerings by introducing the unique eatery beyond the Kingdom in the near future. The location of the Mall being in Hidd, make it easily accessible for residents of the city as well as neighboring areas. With the Lulu Mall attracting a large number of diverse visitors on a daily basis, we feel that by opening outlets at the Mall we would be able to garner the desired level of exposure and foot traffic.”

“Following the success of the opening of Takatak in Dragon City, which saw a large number of visitors make the restaurant a preferred choice when visiting the Mall, we felt that establishing another outlet in Muharraq itself was the best way forward. Also following the success we have witnessed throughout the years with Indian cuisine and its immense popularity, we believed that launching another unique concept serving authentic Indian food will surely attract many visitors. The new outlets highlight the Company’s commitment to and efficient execution of its expansion plans, as we seek to consolidate our leading position in the Kingdom of Bahrain and extensively cater to our loyalists throughout the Kingdom. We invite the people of the Kingdom of Bahrain to our latest undertaking and look forward to our customers enjoying culinary delights from Takatak’s and Chaat & Chai’s diverse and exquisite menus,” he added.


Pioneers in the entertainment industry in Bahrain and the region, Cineco owns and operates three Rendezvous branches in Bahrain and one in Qatar. Also included in their extensive list of restaurants is a branch of Takatak in Dragon Mall, Diyar Al Muharraq.

Cineco owns and operates a total of 49 cinema screens in the Kingdom of Bahrain and 47 screens in Qatar.

Since its establishment in the Kingdom of Bahrain in 1968, Cineco succeeded over the years by pioneering many firsts, establishing benchmarks in Bahrain’s entertainment industry.

Cineco continues to strive towards maintaining sustainable growth through the philosophy of business excellence using the best model


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