In Search for New Opportunities:
Steakhouse Expanding to India
Will Serve a Mix of Australian
Bar-B-Q and Indian Cuisine
based Outback Steakhouse will shortly hit the Indian market, with
the company having formed a 100 percent subsidiary in Punjab, Outback
to the owner of the new subsidiary, Indian entrepreneur Shamta Singh, a
great similarity exists between the Australian, Bar-B-Q based cuisine and
traditional Indian recipes. This will be reflected in the menu of the
restaurants to be opened.
sneak peek at the suggested menu reveals items such as Bloomin' Onion
Pakora, Aussie Panir Cheese Fries, Tikka Mango Shrimp, Sarda-Roo Wings
(served Hot, Hotter or Really Hot), Aloo Gobi On the Barbie, Indira’s
Sinful Salad, Boomerang Masala Chicken, and the “Ghandi” Prime Rib.
drinks offered will include Foster’s Lassi Beer, while the list of
desserts features the famous-to-be ‘Rice
Pudding Thunder from Down Under’.
avoid using cow meat, the new restaurants will import Yak meat from
neighboring Tibet. “It tastes like chicken”, claims Shamta.
first restaurant will open shortly in a strategic location – the Taj
Mahal (see picture below). The second planned location is next to the
famous opera house in Jaipur.