New Delhi: Trader Joe, the Indian restaurant chain that started in New York in 1980, has opened its first restaurant in the capital.
The restaurant, located in a residential neighbourhood in Old Delhi, was opened on Tuesday with an opening reception and lunch service and is expected to open for business on Wednesday.
“The restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a wide range of desserts and delights.
Its focus is on fresh ingredients, local produce, seasonal products, seasonal flavours and local food,” the restaurant said in a statement on its website.
The company, which started as an Indian food chain in 1985, has now grown to become one of the largest food service chains in the country with more than 4,400 outlets across the country.
Trader Joe’s India also opened its flagship franchise restaurant, Indian Express, in the city last year.