New Delhi: A new fast food chain is to open in Delhi in 2019
New Delhi (AFP) – A fast food franchise has opened in India’s capital, the capital’s biggest city and the countrys biggest city, with plans to roll out a total of 12 outlets over the next two years.
The new eatery is being set up in the heart of the capital, with its first location opening this month, and will be owned by Nita Foods.
The brand is one of a handful of fast food chains to open across the country in recent years, including in Mumbai and Hyderabad.
The franchise has a name that is an amalgamation of the names of a pair of former prime ministers.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is currently in Japan, is the owner.
The restaurant, named Nita, is expected to open its doors by the end of 2019.
The franchise has yet to confirm its location but has been told to open by 2020.
In India, fast food is a mainstay of life, with the industry accounting for half of all sales in the country.