SAJJ Mediterranean launches a second “Micro Food Hall” with local cuisines

SAJJ Mediterranean launched the second SAJJ kitchen in Palo Alto, California, with its partners Local Kitchens, a pioneering micro-dining room concept.

The popular quick and relaxed Mediterranean concept of SAJJ cuisine opens the Palo Alto outpost

SAJJ Mediterranean launches a second “Micro Food Hall” location with local cuisinesPalo Alto, California (RestaurantNews.com) The fast and relaxed Mediterranean concept growing in the Bay Area SAJJ Mediterranean launched the second SAJJ kitchen in Palo Alto, California, with its partners Local Kitchens, a pioneering micro-dining room concept. Located at 369 California Ave, the SAJJ Kitchen Palo Alto will be open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight, welcoming guests for indoor or outdoor dining and fulfilling online orders. Customers will be able to order in-store through kiosks and online for pickup or delivery through the Local Kitchens website or third-party delivery services.

“We first partnered with Local Kitchens earlier this year with the first SAJJ kitchen in Cupertino, California to expand our customer base,” said SAJJ Mediterranean Founder and CEO Zaid Ayoub. “With the rise of digital controls and the success of the Cupertino location pilot, we are excited to launch our second SAJJ Kitchen location with Local Kitchens in Palo Alto to help meet the needs of new and existing SAJJ customers. In the region. We are very impressed with the team and chefs at Local Kitchens who will create every meal on site and continue to represent the SAJJ brand wonderfully.

Local Kitchens was founded by former colleagues at DoorDash, CEO Jon Goldsmith and COO Andrew Munday, and CTO Jordan Bramble. Entrepreneurs set out to transform the concept of a food hall in the digital age. Local Kitchens’ Palo Alto site offers a dedicated takeaway showcase and customer experience with staff from local communities, who have been meticulously trained by partner restaurants to prepare every meal on site. The micro food hall concept allows customers to mix and match cuisines from different restaurants, such as SAJJ Kitchen, in one order.

“SAJJ’s vibrant flavors and customizable dishes have been a very popular choice in our establishments, both as stand-alone menu items and as a unique component of our customers’ combined menu orders,” said Jon. Goldsmith, CEO of Local Kitchens. “We are thrilled to include SAJJ Mediterranean in the collection of beloved brands that we bring to the Palo Alto community! “

Recognized as “Best Fast Food Restaurants in the Bay Area” by San Francisco Magazine and “Best Value” by SF Weekly, SAJJ’s menu features traditional Mediterranean dishes made with fresh, local ingredients. Customers can customize their own wrap, pita sandwich, cereal bowl, salad, SAJJ signature plate, or they can choose from pre-designed traditional meals and SAJJ lifestyle dishes. Protein choices include Chicken and Steak Shawarma, Chicken Kabob, Chicken Pomegranate, Shawafel (half Falafel and half Shawarma) or SAJJ’s famous Falafel, which has been dubbed the ‘Best Falafel in the region of. the bay ”by Zagat SF. Various spreads, sauces and toppings can be added to further customize the meal to each guest’s taste.

SAJJ Mediterranean currently operates several satellite restaurants and kitchens throughout California, food trucks, a popular catering service, and an SAJJ e-commerce marketplace. Guests are encouraged to visit www.sajj.com and download the SAJJ app to order pickup or delivery, earn loyalty points and frequent rewards like $ 5 off registration, a free birthday dessert, 10 off every $ 100 spent, as well as sponsorship gifts from friends. Follow @sajjstreeteats on Instagram and Facebook to stay up to date with the latest happenings.

On SAJJ Mediterranean

Beginning as a single food truck, SAJJ Mediterranean focuses on serving personal, satisfying and transporting food. Built on the vision of happier and healthier people, SAJJ’s mission is to create tasty foods that offer an escape from the everyday. SAJJ’s Mediterranean menu features bold dishes prepared with fresh, local ingredients and is highly customizable to suit each guest’s preferences. The rapidly growing fast casual has been recognized by the United States House of Representatives for the San Mateo Chamber of Commerce Newcomer Award, and a number of notable industry publications, including being named to the list. of Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers and Agitators, featured on QSR. 40 Under 40, San Francisco’s 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies and Silicon Valley Business Times, as well as the prestigious Inc. 5000 list. SAJJ Mediterranean currently operates several restaurants and satellite kitchens across California, food trucks, catering services and an online e-commerce SAJJ Market. For more information visit www.sajj.com.

On Local kitchens

Local Kitchens is a micro food hall offering take out and deliveries from multiple partner restaurants, allowing customers to mix and match cuisines from different restaurants in one order with a single delivery charge. Ideal for busy foodies, groups and families, Local Kitchens brings the best of the Bay Area to your doorstep with a simple user experience. With five locations in the San Francisco Bay Area (Palo Alto, Mountain View, Cupertino, Lafayette and San Jose), further expansion is planned throughout the Bay Area, Southern California and across the country. . Local Kitchens and its partners are committed to sourcing and hiring sustainably from local schools to support the communities in which they operate. Each location uses recyclable and compostable materials for all of its food packaging in addition to employing a rigorous composting program. For more information visit www.localkitchens.com.

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