On the opening day of the Chicking outlet in Sohar, Oman.
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DUBAI – As part of its expansion targets in the region, homegrown fast food chain Chicking recently opened its 17th outlet in Sohar, Oman.
The opening ceremony of the company-owned outlet was attended by A.K. Mansoor, Chairman and Managing Director of Chicking. Hundreds of people also turned up on the opening day.
Chicking has become a fast food favourite in Oman with a varied menu that includes fried chicken, pizza, pasta and burger steaks with an international taste.
In its home base of neighbouring UAE, Chicking has expanded rapidly this year with the opening of new branches in Dubai, bringing its number of outlets in the emirates to 20 and its number of outlets globally to 150.
As part of its foray into the region, Chicking made its way to Morocco with the opening of its first store in the country in December. Its landmark outlet opened in Tangier, a major city in northwestern Morocco.
In February, Chicking is set to open its first outlet in Ramallah, Palestine.
As part of its ongoing global expansion, Chicking also signed a franchise deal to open its first outlet in Zambia. In The Netherlands, four new Chicking outlets are set to open this year. GAD/Expat Media
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