Dufil Prima Foods Limited, makers of Nigeria’s noodles brand, Indomie Instant Noodles, has announced the expansion of its Indomie Cafés across Nigeria.
It said in a statement that it was offering millions of noodles consumers the opportunity to experience unique and customised dining for families and loved ones who wish to eat out of the home.
The statement said, “Indomie Café became the first noodles bar in Nigeria when it started operations in October 2018—this expansion will position Indomie Café as a major chain of Quick Service Restaurants in Nigeria.
“Keying into the demands of noodles lovers who have been requesting Indomie Instant Noodles at other QSRs, Dufil Prima Foods Limited consolidated on the goodwill to expand the services of the Indomie Café across the country.”
Speaking at the launch, the Group Corporate Communications and Event Manager, Dufil Prima Foods Plc, Tope Ashiwaju, said, “Indomie Cafe is dedicated to customising Indomie noodles according to individual taste preferences with a wide variety of condiments, sauces, and spiciness levels to choose from, our customers can create their customised perfect bow l of Indomie.”
The Head of Business, Vikram Parige, said, “Indomie Café have been serving delicious food since October 2018, starting from its Surulere branch.
“With three business models – KIOSK, Cloud Kitchen, and Restaurants – located all over Lagos, we aim to become Nigeria’s preferred ‘Go-To’ eatery for out-of-home “Indomie” consumption. Our expansion plan is to open more restaurants Pan Nigeria with great local and international cuisine.”
It statement said customers would get varieties of options including home delivery, dine-in, and takeaway services.
The company said it was partnering with local aggregators such as Glovo, Jumia Foods, and Chowdeck to ensure that customers enjoy their meals wherever they are.