QD’s has recently raised an undisclosed amount from Chanana Group and we can hope that they are all set to expand their chain of restaurants in Delhi. The money will be used for “new restaurants and strengthening the brand”.
First Things First
QD’s has four outlets in the capital right now (Laxmi Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Satya Niketan & Hundson Lane) and serves Indian and Chinese cuisines. Best known for its tandoori momos with mayo and green chutney, this joint was founded by Akhil Malik in 2010. And obviously, there was no looking back.
“We have repeat customers and have one of the highest customer satisfaction ratios in India. This time we have come up with an innovative way to expand our current network of restaurants”, Akhil Malik told this publication.
“The founders of QD’s also have a very strong background and have a very promising past experience. This has helped a great deal with the investors. Everyone is excited and looks very positive about this,” Jatin, a colleague said.
We are super excited to welcome more QD’s in the city to regularly comfort our inner South Campus student.
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