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Pizza King, Mama Mia restaurant enter Lagos market

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General Manager, Culinary Delights, Charles Ovat Peter

Culinary Delights has entered the Lagos culinary and hospitality market with the launch of her two brands, Pizza King and Mama Mia (Make I chop again). Located at Coker Road, Ilupeju, Pizza King will serve pizzas and sides, while Mama Mia will serve rice meal and chicken relishes from across the world.

Speaking at the opening, General Manager, Culinary Delights, Charles Ovat Peter, said: “We will be stepping things up several notches in terms of quality, pricing, packaging and variety at Mama Mia, where we will offer cuisines from all over the world, initially offering Chinese, Persian and Indian dishes. The menu will be regularly updated to include new and exotic dishes popular worldwide, with an emphasis on rice meals.

“At Pizza King, we aim to understand our customers’ tastes and preferences and introduce new flavours based on local tastes and demand. We have launched with nine pizza variants — the classic margherita, spicy Hawaiian, chicken suya, chicken tandoori, vegetarian exotic, minced beef pepperoni, butter chicken, butter cottage cheese. We will be offering many more delightful toppings, with a conscious emphasis on our quality of ingredients. Customers can look forward to many interesting promos first of which is the ongoing ‘Buy 1 pizza, get 1 orange drink and a 150ml cup of packaged ice cream,” he said.

Peter disclosed that his organisation is looking at expanding by next year from its current kitchen concept model to setting up stand-alone outlets for each of the brands they have launched.

“We seek to provide better value to our customers by choosing reputable suppliers, purchasing best available raw materials, creativity with our packaging and aesthetics, consistency with our products and most importantly keeping our prices at very competitive levels,” he added.


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