Food Quest opens second UAE Habit Burger outlet

here are 50 locations in total planned by Food Quest for the Gulf region

Charburger, which features 100% ground beef grilled over an open flame and topped with melted cheese, caramelized onions, mayo, pickles, fresh tomato and crisp lettuce served on a toasted bun
Charburger, which features 100% ground beef grilled over an open flame and topped with melted cheese, caramelized onions, mayo, pickles, fresh tomato and crisp lettuce served on a toasted bun

Food Quest has opened the second Habit Burger Grill in the UAE, a month after launching the first in the region.

Habit, owned and operated by franchise partner Food Quest Restaurants Management, is now located in Matajer Al Juraina at the University City of Sharjah and Ibn Battuta Mall, Dubai.

There are 50 locations in total planned by Food Quest for the Gulf region.

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“We are proud to open our second Habit Burger Grill on this auspicious occasion of Commemoration Day and UAE’s National Day. We look forward to partnering with Food Quest to open many more locations as we continue to become everyone’s favorite Habit one burger at a time,” said The Habit CEO Russ Bendel.

Food Quest CEO Roger Eric Stracener added: “This is the second International Habit to open in the last 30 days and we are really pleased with the initial consumer feedback.

"We are committed to growing this popular brand out of California, and look forward to making The Habit Burger Grill a Habit for all of the communities across the GCC."

The concept launched in the US in 1969.

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