Mr. Bigg’s Opens Outlet in Challenge Ibadan
Mrs Joan Ihekwaba, Managing Executive UAC resturants, has said Mr Bigg’s is fully on ground to meet the food needs of the teeming population of Challenge and it’s environs to enjoy the vast array of meals rooted in the rich heritage of the Mr Bigg’s brand.
She said at the opening of a new Mr. Bigg’s outlet in challenge, Ibadan Thursday. She said the outlet will be offering such local delicacies like Amala, Gbegiri and other meals that will appeal to the indigenes and residents of Ibadan, While not leaving out the popular continental dishes like fried, jollof, Chinese and coconut variants that will attract the general consumer profile of the brand she said.
Mrs Ihekwaba also noted that famous pastry range like meat and chicken pie, sandwiches, sweets and favourites like doughnuts, cakes, ethnic meals like yam,beans pottage and other varieties like grilled chicken, fish, beef, cow skin etc.
Speaking further she said the Mr. Bigg’s restaurant in challenge is built with the latest brand- build design, contemporary in all ramifications and adorned to suit the lifestyle and taste of the Mr. Bigg’s consumer target – Youths and Young adults.
Mr Femi Babalola an astute businessman and the owner of the Mr. Bigg’s franchise in challenge remarked that the strategic location of the outlet, corporate governance and the quality service to be offered by the outlet will set it apart from its major competitors., He said the experience he has acquired over the years, commitment and the level of investment in the restaurants will motivate him to ensure that quality service is sustained in the outlet.
Mr Babalola said the convenience of the outlet will continue to give Mr. Bigg’s challenge will continue to give it an edge over its competitors in the Challenge ring road area.
Among those who witnessed the opening of the Mr.Bigg’s outlet in challenge today included Hon. Commissioner of information Toye Arulogun, Prof. Kabiru Adeyemo Vice Chancellor of Lead city University, Baale of Elewura, Mr. Wale Ojo Lanre, top executives of UAC resturants and other top dignitaries.