GR Group (Grace Road Group) added two outlets two its existing chain of restaurants in Fiji.
This was after their Noodle Story and Pure Green restaurants were opened at the TappooCity shopping mall in Suva last month.
GR Group president Daniel Kim said this was a strategic partnership between their franchise and the Tappoo Group of Companies.
“In Fiji, TappooCity is an iconic mall. They offer a good quality, with high standard of cleanliness and hygiene,” Mr Kim said.
“And this is why we wanted to go into this partnership with Tappoo. It also allows us to maintain the same quality and standard of what we produce.”
Executive director for the Tappoo Group of Companies, Mahendra Tappoo said they were delighted to have Grace Road be part of their five-star facility.
“Pure Green and Noodle Story will complement the high standard in our food court and the variety of cuisines we offer in our food court including Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Continental, North Indian, South Indian, Gujarati vegetarian and more,” Mr Tappoo said.
“Grace Road outlets have high standards of hygiene; it is well-presented and is aesthetically appealing.
“We are delighted to have Grace Road showcasing their skills and expertise to create outlets of this standard.”
The two eateries add to the existing outlets in Damodar City, RB Harbour Point in Lami, Victoria Parade in Suva, RB Jetpoint in Namaka Nadi, and one in Savusavu.
Grace Road also operates a cosmetics shop based in Suva and will soon open three more outlets at the TappooCity shopping mall in Lautoka.
Noodle Story and Pure Fiji were an investment of $200,000 for each outlet.