In the last two years the supply of fast food restaurants has doubled, and now oversupply is being noticed in a decline in sales, which have fallen by 10%.
According to Manuel Burgos, president of the Costa Rican Chamber of Restaurants and Related Businesses (Cacore), with the opening of new shopping centers such as Lincoln Plaza in Moravia, Paseo Metrópoli, in Cartago, and Plaza Tempo, in Escazu, at least 80 restaurants of this type have opened.
For the U.S. food chain, Moe's, the opening of its branch in Costa Rica is it’s first foray into Latin America. The company also plans to open another branch in July 2013, in Plaza Carolina Mall, also in the Costa Rican capital.
We are a family business, offering clients quality products, the best cuts of meat, the best seafood and the best quality pasta and a variety of ceviche and cocktails
Operates in El Salvador
Phone: (503) 2223-8186 - (503) 7134-4241