Kajahu begins expansion with first franchise outside Hungary

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CyBERG Corp., a company listed on the Budapest Stock Exchangeʼs Xtend platform which runs "digital social restaurant chain" Kajahu, has cleared a franchise to open in the Parndorf Fashion Outlet, in Austria near the border with Hungary, portfolio.hu reported.

Kajahu in Budapest (source: Facebook)

The chef of the unit will be Gábor Solti, former chef of Vapiano in Vienna. CyBERG signed a franchise agreement with Region Capital Holding Kft. (RCH) in Q2 2018 for 73 Kajahu restaurants that will open in Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia by 2030.

RCHʼs proposed restaurant in Parndorf will be the third Kajahu and the first outside of Hungary. Kajahu offers diners a YouCanCook island, a DJ table and childrenʼs corners. Meals can be ordered from an in-table touchscreen, and diners can also use discounts on limited time offers, portfolio.hu reported.

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