Just Falafel open its first store in Mumbai

Just Falafel logoYellow Tie Hospitality has on Wednesday announced that it has partnered with UAE based street food brand Just Falafel. The company is investing US $3 million on Just Falafel and plans to open its first store in Mumbai.

Yellow Tie Hospitality is India’s first professional food and beverage franchise management company, started by Karan Tanna in January 2016. The company is known for providing comprehensive support to franchise owners to scale profitability. Apart from this, Yellow Tie Hospitality is also credited for bringing Genuine Broaster Chicken to India. Continue reading

Maroosh to expand its domestic and global presence

Maroosh logoMaroosh a quick service restaurant brand, owned by Impresa Hospitality, is expanding its domestic and global footprint through Franchise Route.

Impresa Hospitality managing director and chief executive Ketan Kadam said: “Expansion through franchisees is an ideal route for expansion in the existing market environment. The business model does not require capex, so we can focus on brand building.” Continue reading

Burman Hospitality Launches First Taco Bell Outlet

Taco Bell LogoTaco Bell, the world’s largest Mexican-style quick service restaurant chain made its debut in New Delhi with its first outlet at Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj. Taco Bell announced the Delhi launch with Burman Hospitality Private Limited (BHPL), its first franchisee in India incorporated by The Burman Family, the promoters of Dabur. In addition to the grand opening in New Delhi, Taco Bell has six restaurants in Mumbai and Bangalore. Taco Bell with Burman Hospitality Private Limited aims to take the count to 25 restaurants in the next 18-24 months. Continue reading

Arby’s look towards India as the next growth market

arbys_logoArby’s, the second largest quick service restaurant sandwich chain in U.S. is looking to capture the palette-share of global food lovers.

India is a focus country for Arby’s, which has been serving innovative meat recipes for the past 50 years and is now 3,400 restaurants strong chain. Continue reading

Manhattan Fish Market opens outlet in Chennai, sets sight on another 10 cities

Manhattan Fish Market logoAfter popularising chicken, quick service restaurant chains are now looking at healthier seafood. Some of the international seafood chains also are entering the Indian market.

International specialty casual dining restaurant chain Manhattan Fish Market has launched its first outlet in the country in Chennai. Continue reading

Subway opened an all-women operated outlet in Mumbai

subwayQuick service restaurant chain Subway on 6 March 2015 opened an all-women operated outlet at Andheri, Mumbai to mark the International Women’s day on 8 March.

With the new outlet opening in suburban Andheri, the Connecticut-based company’s store count has now reached 500 in India. Continue reading

Dunkin’ Donuts makes its debut in Ahmedabad

Dunkin DonutsDunkin’ Donuts, a global chain of doughnuts, baked goods and coffee, has made its entry into the largest city of Gujarat by launching its first restaurant in Ahmedabad.

Speaking on the launch, Ajay Kaul, CEO, Jubilant FoodWorks Limited, said, “After making an amazing connection with young adult consumers in key cities of the country like Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore, we are extremely excited to enter the seventh largest metropolitan area in India and the largest  city in the state of Gujarat, Ahmedabad. We have opened our 44th restaurant in India and have plans to expand, through the year, across North, West and South India. With the evolution of the new-age consumer, who find the concept of a QSR very infantile, we feel very confident that Dunkin’ Donuts will connect with them very strongly with its unique positioning in the Indian food service industry.”

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