US restaurant chain Quiznos to step up India presence

NEW DELHI: American quick service restaurant chain Quiznos willset up over 150 outlets in North and West India within the nextfive years. Quiznos has entered into a master franchise agreementwith Delhirestaurantmanagement company Sub-One HospitalityServices to open outlets across states like Punjab, Delhi/NCR,Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra, the company said in a pressrelease.Quiznos entered India last year with the launch of its firstoutlet in Hyderabad. It has a presence in 35 countries through morethan 4,000 restaurants. Quiznos’ entry in Indiawas the brand’s first foray in South-East Asia. Quiznos’ chiefdevelopment officer (international) Lee Vala said in a statement:”The Indian quick service restaurant market is evolving and it willhave a much larger share in the overall food and beverage industryin the coming years.” The franchisee outlets will be available indifferent formats like kiosks, food court and standalonerestaurants.Sub-One Hospitality Services is the associate company of SouthAsian Hospitality Services. Sub-One Hospitality Services is theassociate company of South Asian Hospitality Services – which hasfranchisee rights for brands like Nirula’s, Rajdhani andMotiMahal Deluxe . One of the most favourite cuisines forpeople when they eat out in the capital is Chinese and no wonder wehave so many ChineseRestaurants in Delhi. Some of the more popular ones areBonsai, Chopsticks,FaYian which have been up there in the list of goto places when it comes to Chinese and oriental cuisines in Delhi.While the above are fine-dine restaurants there are many Quickservice restaurants which serve Chinese cuisines through expressstalls. Some of them have also started by focusing on just a verylimited menu like dimsums. Bookmyrestaurant has managed to tie-upwith most of the to Chinese Restaurants in the city, so the nexttime you are thinking Chinese in Delhi, Gurgaon, faridabad orNoida- just type BookmyRestaurant in your browser and enjoy anexclusive discount with those noodles and pan fried rice.the “economictimes”