Teddy’s Bigger Burgers Thailand opens in Bangkok
Jul 15, 2015
Teddy’s Bigger Burgers Thailand is to open its first outlet in Bangkok on July 16.
Thailand marks the third Asian market for the Hawaii-based chain, which has appointed Go Go Restaurants as its local partner for an initial eight year term. Ten stores are planned within five years.
Teddy’s Bigger Burgers currently has 20 outlets in the US, the Philippines and Japan. It has a five year plan to open 64, with 10 in each of its three Asian markets, 30 in the US and four in Dubai.
Teddy’s Bigger Burgers Thailand’s first outlet will be in the Gateway Ekkamai mall, adjacent to the Ekkamai BTS station. A second will open in October in CentralPlaza Pinklao.
Co-founder Richard Stula said in an interview with the Bangkok Post newspaper that his company sees “huge opportunities” for premium burgers in Thailand.
“However, it’s very challenging to find good locations as retail malls have several fast-food burger brands already,” he said.