Domino’s Pizza Bangladesh has opened its first store, in the capital city, Dhaka.
The store features a new ‘pizza theatre’ design with in-house seating offering a front-row view of pizza-making.
More stores are planned later this year.
Domino’s Bangladesh is operated by master franchisee Jubilant FoodWorks and its local operator Golden Harvest.
“We are excited to launch the first Domino’s restaurant in Dhaka and look forward to offering a menu that keeps the needs and preferences of local customers in mind, while also offering the best of the brand’s international menu,” said Pratik Pota, Jubilant FoodWorks CEO and director.
Pota said the brand will also launch an ordering app that will help “redefine the pizza-ordering experience” for consumers in Bangladesh.
“We are confident that Domino’s is going to be one of the most-loved pizza brands in Bangladesh,” said Rajeeb Samdani, MD at Golden Harvest Group.
“The open-kitchen design will be innovative in this market and will show our commitment to food safety and quality standards.”
Founded in 1960, Domino’s now operates in more than 85 markets worldwide, with more than half of its global retail sales coming from international stores.