McDonald's opens 44th outlet in Karnataka, enters Mangalore
McDonald's opens 44th outlet in Karnataka, enters Mangalore

Hardcastle Restaurants Private Limited (HRPL), a Master Franchisee for West and South India operations of McDonald’s restaurants and a subsidiary of the BSE listed Westlife Development Limited, has entered Mangalore with the launch of two outlets.

With this launch, the brand has added 44 restaurants in Karnataka and established a network of over 74 restaurants across Southern India.

McDonald’s iconic golden arches will first be seen at the Forum Fiza Mall located at Madison Road, followed by the launch of its second restaurant at the City Centre Mall situated at K S Rao Road.

The 128 seat attractive new restaurant at the centrally located Forum Fiza Mall sprawls over 3500 sq. ft and offers comfortable seating for guests while the restaurant at City Centre Mall can seat up to 134 guests within the restaurant and 32 guests outdoors.

The two new restaurants reflect best-in-class design with a full range of amenities and services unique to McDonald's restaurants around the world.

The restaurant is designed as a modern dining destination with free Wi-fi internet access, family-friendly amenities like a party room and ample parking for vehicles. McDonald’s Forum Fiza mall will welcome customers daily between 10 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. while the one at City Centre Mall will operate from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

“We are proud to open two McDonald's restaurants in Mangalore, a city which offers great opportunity to grow our Brand. Our commitment is to deliver a modern and exciting restaurant experience with delicious food and drinks, at the convenience our customers expect from McDonald's. McDonald’s has been a pioneer in the QSR industry and offers wholesome and delicious meal options to customers. We ensure that customers who come to us get quality fresh food at great prices," said Ranjith Paliath, Vice President, Business Operations, McDonald's India (West & South).

The menu has been created using flavourful spices that appeal to Indian tastes. The restaurants will each have a team of 50 employees to manage operations in the initial phase.

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