by Bayan AlSadiq
  • 2 minute read
  • February 28, 2021
All Day, Every Day. Here’s Why You Need This New Saudi Takeout Experience

Owned by Norah And Abdullah Al-Muqaitib, All Day offers fresh daily grabs, bakery products and specialty coffee. Here’s a quick look at what the restaurant has to offer, as revealed by the founders.

How did you come up with the idea of All Day?

We’ve been trying to bring new, creative and simple ideas to the market since we launched the Nouryat Center for Cooking in 2008, which proved to be a great success. In 2017, we came up with the idea of All Day, which specializes in freshly baked goods and a variety of grab-and-go food. Most people nowadays want to grab a bite in the fastest, most convenient way. We always prepare unique items that make our customers come back for more.

Can you describe the restaurant interiors? 

With our relaxed indoor atmosphere, paired with dim lighting and a stunning outdoor space, we wanted our customers to feel at ease and welcomed.

What dishes does All Day offer?

We offer a range of soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries, juices and more. Every item is uniquely prepared and we’re grateful that we have the opportunity to make our customers experience our food.

Any future plans?

Currently, we’re trying to expand our brand image and gain exposure. We’re constantly improving our quality and working to enhance the consumer experience at All Day. In the future, we hope to open more stores to reach a larger audience across Saudi Arabia.

Bayan was born in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She first picked up a camera in December 2010, and hasn’t looked back since. She began photography as a passion and published the photographs on Flickr and Facebook, which served as the launching platforms for Bayan Al Sadiq Photography.

She studied photography at various institutions in New York City to further hone her skill. There, she was roped in for a number of high-profile clients and then branched out to Paris. Her portfolio now boasts clients such as the Four Seasons Hotel, New York, Riyadh and Dubai, Plaza Athenee Hotel, Paris, Le Meurice Hotel, Paris, Baccarat, Paris, Fortnum & Mason, Dubai, and Ladurée, Paris and Dubai.

Bayan has received accolades for her work and was featured in a number of publications, including National Geographic. In August 2018, she conducted a photoshoot for the Wall Street Journal to document women driving in the city of Qassim at 12am, the moment the decades-long driving ban was lifted. She has been a contributing photographer for the journal since. She currently lives in Safwa, Saudi Arabia with her family. Follow Bayan @BayanAlSadiq on Instagram.

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