Renowned fast-food chain from Dubai in the Middle East, ChicKing has reopened in the Maldives.
The fast-food franchise was reopened in Henveiru-ward of capital city Malé by MP for Meedhoo constituency Rozaina Adam.
Local company, Brew and Feast Private Limited signed as master franchise of the outlet in Maldives.
Ahmed Saeed, Director of Brew and Feast revealed that that outlet was reopened as it is a halal-certified franchise which is gaining immense popularity in the South Asian region and that it has gained popularity in Maldives as well.
With over 150 outlets across the globe in 17 countries, ChicKing opened its first outlet at Rasfannu Pavilion in the capital city in June 2018. However, it closed down after operating for a few months.
The restaurant which specializes in all things chicken, has franchises in India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Bahrain and Indonesia among many others and has a wide variety of flavorful items on their menu including burgers, wraps and pizza along with sensational desserts choices.
Saeed revealed that exciting new items will be introduced to their menu in the commencing week.
The restaurant will be open from 9am to 12am every day except for Friday, when it will be open 4pm to 12am.
Indian native A K Mansoor, founder and Managing Director of ChicKing who opened the first outlet in Dubai 15 years ago, revealed their plan to expand the entire franchise across the nation.
International franchises already operating in Maldives include Malaysia’s Marry Brown, Secret Recipe, KFC, Burger King, Thai Express, The Manhattan Fish Market, Coffee Club as well as Pizza Hut among several others.