CrepeAffaire, the European fast casual crepe café group, has announced its plans to open 10 UK sites amongst the development of 50 new stores over the coming 24-36 months.
It revealed the company is also on track to expand its international portfolio by 10 additional units by the end of 2022, with new territories under development.
Based in London, CrepeAffaire currently has 25 locations open in four countries in Europe and the Middle East.
Daniel Spinath, founder of CrepeAffaire, said: “We are excited about our growth prospects with existing and new partners. The recent re-opening of our London Luton Airport store with The Restaurant Group is only the start of a string of new partnerships.
“Meanwhile, despite the challenges presented by the pandemic, our Saudi partners Fawaz Al Hokair have successfully opened 5 new CrepeAffaire units over the last 12 months and are now on track to open an additional 8 units by Q3 2022.”
He added: “We are thrilled to be receiving huge levels of interest and are now working on exciting new projects in Europe and other territories, including the roll-out of our low footprint/low capex brand Crepe and Roll.”