The burger chain is targeting at cities like Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Amritsar, Jalandhar in Punjab and Bengaluru to open its next outlets.
Burger King, the second largest burger chain globally is planning to tap Punjab and Bengaluru market in its next level growth in India.
The company which has already opened 14 outlets in three cities including Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Pune, is very soon going to launch outlets in these two regions.
The burger chain is targeting at cities like Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Amritsar, Jalandhar in Punaj and Bengaluru to open its next outlets.
Talking to Restaurant India, Rajeev Varman, CEO, Burger King India, said, “We will continue to building outlets in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Pune and we are already building it. But our next big plan in India is to enter Punjab and Bengaluru market.”
The burger chain has opened its first restaurants in November 2014 by an announcement of launching 11 outlets.
And the brand end up opening 10 outlets within 52 days of its launch marking an amazing journey into Indian QSR segment.
“One of thing that I don’t do is throw out numbers; more important is to build good restaurants,” added, Varman.