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EL&N London opens first standalone café in Saudi Arabia

The brand’s trademark ‘Instagrammable’ offering has proved popular with Riyadh’s diners

After successfully operating embedded concepts at The Alley, Riyadh Boulevard and Riyadh Park Mall, EL&N London has announced the opening of its first standalone café in the Saudi capital.

The EL&N London café, renowned for its pink flower-clad walls and specialty coffee, has opened its doors at The Zone in Riyadh.

The venue will be accented with neon signs and Instagrammable booths designed for picture-perfect moments.

More than 11,000 artificial silk flowers adorn the feature staircase. The new space also houses the brand’s largest and longest flower wall

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner,Riyadh’s new EL&N London café will serve the brand’s bestselling dishes, including the EL&N shakshuka, Cheetos cheese burger, dulce de leche milk cakes and the signature Spanish latte.

L&N London founder Alexandra MillerEL&N London founder Alexandra Miller

Speaking about the launch, EL&N London founder Alexandra Miller said: “We are so thrilled to be opening our first standalone café in Riyadh. We’ve already been fortunate enough to receive such a fantastic response from our coffee and cake units in The Alley and Riyadh Park Mall, so I have absolutely no doubt that this site is going to be a huge hit with our guests who are wanting to immerse themselves in the full EL&N experience.

“Riyadh was always the first place we wanted to launch in Saudi Arabia as we already have such a loyal Saudi fanbase built back in the UK. I look forward to watching our expansion throughout KSA unfold with many more beautiful, unique cafés opening across the kingdom.”

EL&N London is open 8am to 1am daily; The Zone, Al Muhammadiyah (next door to David Burke and Wasabi). For more information, visit www.sa.elnlondon.com

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