If you’ve ever gone on a road trip from Bengaluru to almost anywhere, chances are, you’ve stopped at a Kamats to treat yourself to a hearty vegetarian meal. And, Vithal Kamats Original Family Restaurants and Kamats Original Family Restaurants – today said it is planning to expand to 150 outlets across India by 2019.
“We are extremely thrilled to expand our presence across Maharashtra while also penetrating in newer territories nationally. Vidli Kamats is the largest pure vegetarian chain of restaurants in India and is soon looking at expanding aggressively in international markets as well,” Kamat Restaurants Chief Mentor Vikram Kamat said in a release.
The Mumbai-based restaurant said that the expansion will be a mix of company-owned and franchised restaurants.
In the first half of this year, Kamats will open outlets in Ahmednagar, Khopoli, Satara, Padga, Khandala, Dindoli, Surat, Waghunde, Nipani, Kolhapur, Nanded, Indapur, Vani-Nashik and Nashik-Sinner.
By 2019 Kamats Restaurants is expected to have a total of 150 outlets with key expansions planned in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh.