The chain currently has 86 stores nationwide.
Roll’d announced the upcoming opening of eight stores by Christmas, as part of its regional growth strategy.
The fast casual Vietnamese chain said many of the restaurants will be located in Elonora, QLD, Adelaide, SA, Canberra, ACT and Fremantle, WA.
Roll’d said the move is guided by research that suggested that many Australians, specifically those in major cities, will “ditch the busy inner-city life for a classic sea change of greener pastures and somewhere a little more spacious” and expects a boom in domestic travel.
“We want to continue serving fresh, healthy Vietnamese food to more and more Australians, and that means looking beyond the CBD and localised suburbs into regional areas that may have limited healthy takeaway options,” Roll’d founder Bao Hoang said in a media release.
The business has adapted with new initiatives including their Roll'd Runner food truck, meal boxes, and previously revealed plans to enable drone delivery within the next 5 years.
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