Padthai Wokbar Opens Restaurant In Győr

  • 18 Nov 2019 8:43 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Padthai Wokbar Opens Restaurant In Győr
Thai restaurant chain Padthai Wokbar has opened a new unit in Győr, co-founder Máté Kanóczky told Forbes magazine.

Padthai Wokbar, launched in Budapest seven years ago, now has seven outlets in the city.

Although growth potential is limited in Hungary, the chain will open more outlets, Kanóczky said, even as he stressed that foreign expansion is the future.

Győr residents have good purchasing power and the city is closer to the West, he remarked, adding that the decision to open the new unit in a shopping mall bears relatively low risk.

Photo courtesy of PadThai Wokbar 

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