Ootoya eyes three more Thai stores

Mrs Ampaipan says sales at Ootoya have been impressive, up 7% as of August.

CRG International Foods Co, an operator of Ootoya Japanese restaurant chain, plans to add three more Ootoya outlets during the fourth quarter after the chain performed well so far this year.

As of August this year, Ootoya sales grew 7% to about 700 million baht. They are projected to reach 800 million baht by year-end, said Ampaipan Chirathivat, president of Ootoya.

The additional restaurants will give Ootoya 44 eateries in Thailand. The chain first opened in Thailand in 2005 at J Avenue Thonglor.

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