SALT celebrates its birthday with new menu

Popular UAE food truck adds three tasty new menu items to its offering

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Popular home-grown eatery SALT celebrates turning three years old this month, and in honour of the occasion, it has launched three new menu items.

All five UAE outlets will be serving up the new menu items, which are crispy chicken sliders, chicken strips and a Brownie Softie.

The crispy chicken slider, which is made up of tender chicken and stacked with pickles, lettuce and a new special sauce, is just Dhs30.

The home-made chicken strips are marinated and battered, coming in at Dhs25. Meanwhile those with a sweet tooth will love the Brownie Softie. Billed as a “sweet mess of pure indulgence”, this consists of chocolate ice cream, home-made brownies and hot caramel fudge sauce for Dhs25.

In other news, you can now reserve SALT’s Kite Beach location for private parties. The Kite Beach site is SALT’s original home, and is offering up a special birthday package.

For a group of 20 or more kids, each birthday package includes professional photography and videography, as well as your own dedicated party area, SALT birthday goodie bags, balloons, personalised signage, birthday activities, and lots of fun games for Dhs200 per person. Adults can take advantage of ten percent off the food at this time.

And even better, you can have your very own SALT Airstream Bambi serving ice-creams and other SALT favourites at your event.

Various locations including Kite Beach and Dubai Marina. For bookings email birthdays@indpt.com and for other enquiries email hello@find-salt.com.

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