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Wagamama partners with Travel Food Services to enter India

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Wagamama, a popular pan-Asian restaurant operator, has announced a partnership with Travel Food Services (TFS), India’s travel food and retail company, to enter the Indian market. With this expansion, Wagamama will operate in 19 countries worldwide.

The restaurant operator plans to open its first Indian restaurant at Mumbai Airport’s International Terminal, with ambitions for further expansion in transport hubs across India. Mumbai, being India’s financial hub and a major connectivity point to Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, is considered an ideal location for introducing Wagamama to new customers as well as travelers familiar with the brand.

Talking about the new partnership, Thomas Heier, CEO,  Wagamama, said,  “We are delighted to enter India later this year through our partnership with Travel Food Services, bringing our pan-Asian cuisine to a market where we anticipate significant demand. We look forward to working closely with TFS to scale our presence across India, as we continue our international expansion into exciting growth markets.”

Varun KapurExecutive Director,Travel Food Services, added, “Wagamama is a brand which is highly regarded worldwide, and we are thrilled to introduce it to the traveling public in India. We look forward to opening the sites and welcoming customers through its doors later this year.”

Wagamama, established in 1992, is a pan-Asian casual dining brand in the United Kingdom. The brand is committed to menu innovation and food quality, ensuring a consistent experience for every guest. The brand’s signature dishes include grilled chicken ramen, firecracker, and chicken katsu curry. Wagamama also caters to a range of dietary preferences, with plant-based options making up 50% of the menu.

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