Rapid expansion plans for Oporto
Oporto is expanding its presence in Queensland with ten new restaurants set to open.
Oporto, which specialises in quick-service chicken, is owned by Craveable Brands, formerly known as Quick Service Restaurant Holdings until May 2017.
Queensland’s first new Oporto store will be located at Brisbane precinct, ‘The Barracks’, near Suncorp Stadium.
The store will offer a streamlined menu, focusing on Oporto’s Portuguese chicken and burgers. It will also be one of the first stores in the Oporto network to serve alcohol.
Craveable Brands says the store is a perfect example of the new direction Oporto is taking which includes comprehensive renovations for its older stores, and the establishment f other new stores outside of Queensland.
“The Barracks is our latest impressive addition to the Oporto stable-with an exciting look and feel designed to highlight our use of fresh produce and cooking methods, it’s the perfect start to an epic rollout for Oporto in Queensland,” Craig Tozer Oporto Chief Executive Officer said.
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