Habanero, which offers combination of Texan and Mexican cuisines, is looking at opening 20 to 25 restaurants in the next four years.
Habanero, which offers combination of Texan and Mexican cuisines, is looking at opening 20 to 25 restaurants in the next four years. The brand plans to open both company-owned and franchise outlets. It presently runs four company-owned restaurants in Bangalore and Chennai, and a franchise one in Hyderabad.“We soon plan to open our outlets in Mumabi, Pune and Delhi. We see opening 20 to 25 Habanero restaurants in four years. These will be opened via combination of franchise and company-owned stores,” Griffith David, Founder and CEO, shares with Franchise India.
Habanero is the creation of husband and wife duo of Griffith David, a native of India, and Elizabeth Bowden-David, a native of the US. Together they spent years in the American southwest, soaking up the region’s cheerful culture and the flavors of Mexican border cuisine. Both, who are Bangalore residents for the last six years, understand the high-energy, fun atmosphere and authentic tastes that residents and travelers are looking for.
Bangalore’s first authentic Tex-Mex restaurant, Habanero features hearty vegetarian and non-vegetarian fare. Over the years Texan and Mexican cuisines melded together into what’s now called Tex-Mex. Habanero features all three: classic Mexican foods, Tex-Mex creations and Texas-influenced American items. Its menu features nachos, burritos, quesadillas, and burgers, as well as grilled chicken breasts, fish and tenderloin. Classic drinks such as margaritas and sangria go perfectly with the cuisine. Sweet endings to the meal range from the distinctively Mexican tres leches cake, the American-style cheesecake with caramel topping.