Charcoal Eats to bring modern Indian flavours in more cities

This expansion will take the total number of the restaurant chain’s outlets to 300 across 20 cities
  • vaishnavi News Editor
Indian food

Charcol Eats is planning to launch another 250 outlets in the next 12 months in India, bringing its modern Indian flavours to many more consumers. This expansion will take the total number of the restaurant chain’s outlets to 300 across 20 cities

Recently, the Indian food chain has opened its 50th outlet in Pune.

Anurag Mehrotra, Co-Founder & CEO, Charcoal Eats, said, "We are going to be more aggressive in the next 12 months as we get to 300 on-the-go outlets and bring our modern Indian flavours to many more consumers."

Beginning with 6 biryani variants, Charcoal Eats is now serving more than 50 different all-day food options across snack and meal times. The menu includes Biryanis, Starters, Curries, Rice Bowls, Rolls, Pav Wows, Loaded Fries, Beverages & Desserts.

Charcoal Eats was launched in September 2015. Presently, the restaurant chain has 50 outlets across 15 Indian cities, which include Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, Pune, Gurugram, Chennai, Nashik, Gandhinagar, Jaipur, Jamshedpur, Indore, and Tricity. While all these cities offer takeaway and delivery, 27 of them provide dine-in facilities.

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