Richeese Factory, not an ordinary fast food

Richeese Factory, not an ordinary fast food

Bandung, BEDAnews, - The fast food restaurant business in Indonesia is liven up by the existence of Richeese Factory. Although only 3 years old, Richeese Factory is ready to expand by opening outlets in several cities in Indonesia. Now, Richeese Factory has 23 outlets spread across several cities such as Jakarta, Tangerang, Bogor, Bandung, Surabaya and West Karawang.

"The plan is that we will continue to expand to several other cities so that we can reach 50 outlets in 2014," said Fahmi Ristianty, Marketing Communication PT. Richeese Culinary Indonesia, during the 3rd anniversary celebration of Richeese Factory at the Buah Batu Street on Wednesday (7/5).

Fahmi added, Richeese Factory is targeting the target market of students aged 16-22 years. Various dishes that are served are very easy to enjoy with affordable prices. One of Richeese Factory's mainstay menus is Fire Wings, which is chicken wings wrapped in barbeque sauce with level 0 to level 5 and served with cream cheese sauce. "The difference between Richeese Factory with other competitors is that all food menus are always served with cream cheese sauce," Fahmi explained again.

Some other menus that have unique flavors are Richeese Cake which consists of Original Cheese, Red Velvet, Green Tea, Opera and Rainbow. Richeese Fried chicken, Sandwich Chicken, Cheesy Barbeque Wedges and various drinks such as Richoco Drink, Pink Lava and Vegetable Frutarian Tea are also available.

At the 3rd anniversary celebration, Richeese Factory in collaboration with WVI (World Vision Indonesia) held a charity event by allocating Rp. 1000 for each Combo transaction 5. "Richeese Factory’s support is to provide educational games for childs in 20 study groups in Sekadau, West Kalimantan and 1000 children under five," Fahmi said. This charity activity was carried out by providing symbolic support to WVI representatives in a thanksgiving event at the Richeese Buah Batu Bandung outlet which was attended by dozens of Aziziyah orphanage children. (Lanie)