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BURGER KING® Expands Across Kenya – Opens new Restaurant at NextGen mall

after a succeful launch in the country, US based fast food brand – BURGER KING is finally getting a firmer grip in Kenya. The fast food chain has opened yet another restaurant in Nairobi Kenya at the NextGen mall. BURGER KING® is currently regarded as  the second largest fast food hamburger chain in the world and operates in 15,000 locations in more than 100 countries including the U.S. territories. We first reported when opened its first restaurant in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi at The Hub Shopping Mall in Karen.

BURGER KING® has today opened doors to its third restaurant in Kenya. Located at the NextGen mall in Nairobi, the restaurant offers Kenyans another great BURGER KING® location, where they can enjoy great-tasting, high-quality food at affordable prices, including the Brand’s flagship WHOPPER® sandwich.

The addition of this location comes less than a month after the global chain opened a restaurant at the Two Rivers Mall, reiterating the Brand’s commitment to growth in Kenya.

The move also reinforces BURGER KING®’s economic investment to the Kenyan and regional market. Its three stores have now created over 70 jobs for those willing to grow and learn about the restaurant business.

The new NextGen mall outlet, which is located along the busy Mombasa road highway, provides seating for 135 guests. It will be open every day from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and offers an expansive terrace, an interactive play area and free WIFI, to enhance the overall Guest experience.

Kenya’s current BURGER KING® restaurants are located at the Hub Shopping Mall in Karen, Two Rivers and now NextGen Mall. Each is delighted to be able to provide its guests with the great-tasting, high-quality products that have delighted BURGER KING® Guests for more than 60 years.

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