All-American Burger Brand Continues International Expansion
August 24, 2015 // Franchising.com // LOS ANGELES – Fatburger, known for its juicy, made-to-order burgers, announces the grand opening of its newest Pakistani restaurant in Lahore. Situated in the middle of the Commercial Market shopping center in Z Block Phase 3 DHA, the fast-casual burger brand’s latest location will be its second in Lahore.
Since launching in 1952, Fatburger has expanded to over 150 restaurants in 32 countries while remaining dedicated to serving its guests the highest quality burgers with the freshest ingredients. The new Lahore restaurant offers classic menu selections that include custom-built burgers, hand-tossed onion rings and crispy Fat Fries. Guests can finish off their meal with one of Fatburger’s hand scooped milkshakes offered in a variety of flavors such as a classic Chocolate or a little more adventurous Maui Banana.
“Due to the positive response from guests at each location in Pakistan, we decided it would be ideal to bring another restaurant to the market” said Fatburger CEO Andy Wiederhorn. “We anticipate that our newest Lahore store will successfully build upon an already established fan-base and will introduce our menu to a wider range of customers.”
The newest Fatburger is located at Z Block Phase 3 DHA, Building #40, Lahore, Pakistan. For more information on Fatburger, or to find a location near you, please visit www.fatburger.com.
An all-American, Hollywood favorite, Fatburger is a fast casual restaurant serving big, juicy, tasty burgers, crafted specifically to each customer’s liking. With a legacy more than 62 years old, Fatburger’s extraordinary quality and taste inspire fierce loyalty amongst its fan base, which includes a number of A-list celebrities and athletes. Featuring a contemporary design and ambience, Fatburger offers an unparalleled dining experience, demonstrating the same dedication to serving gourmet, homemade, custom-built burgers as it has since 1952 – The Last Great Hamburger Stand™.
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