First Avenue, the new mall and hotel project, has signed up some of the biggest names in casual dining as plans gather pace to open in Dubai's Motor City in the coming months. The latest restaurants - KRIS KROS, BurgerFuel, Kababji and SushiArt - will be among 15 food and beverage outlets at First Avenue in Motor City. The motoring-themed mall, co-located with a four-star 150-room Park Inn by Radisson hotel, will overlook the race track at Dubai Autodrome. The USD136.13 million project, owned and operated by Saudi Arabia's Al Tawfeeq for Development and Investment (ATDI), will launch in the coming months. Kababji, a Lebanese restaurant, will open a smaller express format outlet, ideal for quick and convenient delivery and dine-in service. Kababji's Lebanese customers requested the location in the Motor City area, though the menu appeals to a broad range of nationalities. The New Zealand-originated gourmet burger restaurant BurgerFuel, which uses grass-fed halal meat, will offer shoppers a great-tasting casual dining menu, including vegetarian options. SushiArt will target young professionals and families in a Japanese-themed, contemporary-styled concept restaurant, with eat-in and online delivery options for home and office. Employing more than 100 staff in the UAE, SushiArt will serve high-quality sushi, sashimi and maki. Meanwhile, KRIS KROS is a modern restaurant with a broad menu, best known for drawing on the Americas, Mediterranean and Asia for high-quality cuisine.