Mr. Biggs has launched a new model restaurant across different states of the country to improve customer service experience with emphasis on pleasure and convenience of its customers.
According to Punch, the Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) run by the United Africa Company (UAC), at the grand event at Northwest Filling Station, Victoria Garden City disclosed through the Marketing Manager, UAC Restaurants, Mrs. Ethel Mba, that the new outlets depict excellence and offer a wide variety of meals ranging from local to continental dishes.
Layout of the New Outlets: The new outlets, which house both Mr. Biggs and Debonairs Pizza counters, were designed with a sense of great taste and class, with interior finishing that includes wooden wall features, suspended pendants lightings, floral arrangements and wall paintings, which includes a kids play area that offers a fun experience for children.
Meanwhile, with the new model conveying a strong desire to offer high level of class and comfort to customers the vibrancy of the model restaurant is seen in all of Mr Biggs new outlets in different parts of the country including Challenge in Ibadan, Onitsha, Owerri, Idiroko and other outlets in Amuwo Odofin, Ijeshatedo and Abule Egba in Lagos State.
Mrs Mba stated that many customers who had visited the new restaurants were impressed and happy with the excellent service experience which largely addressed their eating needs, adding that with over 75 restaurants in Nigeria, Mr Biggs, was a response to consumers’ need for quick, fresh and tasty meals.
However, Mr Biggs disclosed that while the customers are happy about the new outlet design, Mr Biggs’s management is committed to passionately drive growth, sustainability, a positive image for the brand and consumer loyalty.
“Mr. Bigg’s specialties, includes meat pie, Scotch egg, doughnut, peppered and barbeque marinated chicken, celebration cakes and different types of confectionaries, while Nigeria delicacies included soups like Efo riro, Edikiakong, Fisherman Soup etc,” Mrs Mba said.
Source: Business Insider