9 new jobs created as Grills Restaurant opens at Damodar Complex in Labasa

9 new jobs created as Grills Restaurant opens at Damodar Complex in Labasa

By Mansi Chand , Mohammed Feroz
Sunday 21/04/2024

9 new jobs have been created after Grills Restaurant opened its first branch in Damodar Complex in Labasa.

Director of Grills Restaurant, Bimal Kumar says opening their branch in Labasa is one way to give back to the economy and in terms of competition it comes back to customer service.

Kumar says moving the logistics from Viti Levu to Vanua Levu was new to them however they managed to overcome the challenge as they received support from their suppliers and vendors.

He says the Labasa branch has European Standard and Open Kitchen look for which they invested about $400,000.

He adds they will also look at future projects in North.

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