Nigeria’s quick service restaurant Eat ’N’Go opens two new outlets

NIGERIA – Eat ‘N’ Go Restaurant Group, the master franchisee for Domino’s Pizza Nigeria and Cold Stone Creamy, has opened two more outlets in Abuja as it seeks to expand its business in the country, reports Pulse Nigeria.

The group said that this is part of its ambitions to offer quality fast food brands as it seeks to ensure customer satisfaction and increase its customer base.

The newly opened restaurant outlet will serve the Abuja market with its fast food portions including pizza, burgers, chicken, coffee and ice cream among other foods and drinks.

Eat’N’Go was recently listed alongside other companies in the consumer services category to inspire Africa in 2019 during the second edition of the ‘Companies to Inspire Africa’ by the London Stock Exchange Group.

Commenting on the recognition, Chief Executive Officer Eat’N’Go Limited, Patrick McMichael said that the firm will remain committed in providing best customer experiences across all its outlets in the country.

“We understand the uniqueness and dynamic nature of the Nigerian market and we have constantly ensured that we continue provide value to our consumers through our products and service offerings.

We have also invested in manpower development for our team who have shown so much dedication and passion to growing the business to where it is today.

We are excited and we cannot wait to do even more as we continue to expand the business to different frontiers across Africa” he added.

Since its establishment in 2012, Eat’N’Go has grown its number of outlets to more than 84 across Nigeria.

The franchisee said that as part of the growth and expansion plan, it intends to bring in superior global food brands and concepts across Nigeria and even beyond in its quest of exploring the sector.

So far the restaurant chain consists of three international brands, Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery & Pinkberry.

Currently, Eat’n’go has over 2,000 employees and plans to further expand its physical outlets up to 50% a year over the next five years with a growth in workforce by up to 5,000 people.

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