Fast food chain, Chicking, originated in Dubai in 2000.
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DUBAI – Fastfood chain Chicking has continued its global expansion campaign with the recent opening of two outlets in Australia.
The fast food chain that originated in Dubai in 2000 has already expanded into the UK, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand, India, The Netherlands, China, Maldives, Ivory Coast, Oman, Afghanistan, Malaysia, Indonesia and Djibouti.
In Australia, Chicking opened its first two branches in Perth and Adross, increasing the fast food giant’s number of global outlets to 159.
The grand opening of the two outlets were graced by A.K. Mansoor, Chairman and Managing Director of Chicking.
Chicking has rapidly expanded in the UAE and around the world with an international, Halal-compliant menu consisting of fried or grilled chicken, pasta, pizza and burger steak. GAD/Expat Media
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