Presently, he operates the Ling\\\'s Pavilion in South Mumbai and three-storey Chinese restaurant Imperial Garden in New Delhi besides two other restaurants in the capital.
Baba Ling, the Mumbai-based restaurateur who operates Oriental Cuisines restaurants in Mumbai and Delhi, is planning to expand its QSR restaurants around cities in India.
The restaurateur has recently launched Nanjing restaurant in Ahmedabad.
"QSRs make more business sense now. I am too particular about what I serve and hence, growing our restaurant business exponentially will be difficult. But since we see a demand for authentic Chinese cuisine, QSR could help us bridge the gap," said Ling.
Presently, he operates the Ling's Pavilion in South Mumbai and three-storey Chinese restaurant Imperial Garden in New Delhi besides two other restaurants in the capital.
The new restaurant will be named Nanjing Express in West and Canton Spice Express across Delhi-NCR and Chandigarh.
"QSRs would need less space, less infrastructure and hence, controlled investment of about Rs 8 lakh. We should have about six to begin with during 2015-16 and eventually, take the concept further," he added.