EatSure aims to open 100 offline stores in different categories in the next two years
Mumbai: Internet restaurant company Rebel Foods inaugurated its first smart foodcourt with more than 15 iconic brands across food categories under a single roof by EatSure, at the Law College Road, Erandwane in Pune. Spread across 3,000 sq. ft. the court offers a digital customer experience.
The new EatSure Foodcourt will allow customers to place orders from iconic brands together through kiosks and ipads or by scanning QR codes on the table.
The food court will be home to multiple customer-loved brands that can be enjoyed over breakfast, lunch, snacks or dinner such as Behrouz Biryani, Oven Story Pizza, Faasos, Mad Over Donut, Cafe Goodluck, Wendy’s, Thambbi, Lunchbox, Marrakesh, SLAY Coffee, SMOOR Chocolates, Zomoz and Firangi Bake among others. With this, EatSure aims to open 100 offline stores in different categories in the next two years.
Talking about the launch, Sagar Kochhar, co-founder, Rebel Foods said, “With the EatSure Smart Foodcourt, we have tried to re-imagine the conventional offline F&B experience by getting multiple missions under one roof, queue-less ordering and digital order tracking. The Foodcourt like our app allows customers to order from multiple iconic brands in one order allowing large groups to enjoy their favourite dish without any compromises.”
EatSure app replicates a physical foodcourt experience which involves being able to order from multiple brands at once. Its parent Rebel Foods is now focusing on building its omni-channel presence and the offline foodcourt is the first step in the direction. The EatSure app boasts 5 Million + downloads across 75+ Indian cities.