The team headed west to open its second venture in the Mandurah Forum.
Hog's Express at Mandurah Forum has seating for 50 people and has integrated online and self-ordering. It also features a playstation and playground onsite along with the Kids Eat Free offer.
Its Express menu includes Hog’s classics such as the Classic Burger, but also newbies such as the Mac & Cheese, Pork Belly, and Popcorn Chicken Burgers on pretzel buns.
Seeing a need for a model that allows customers to grab Hog’s favourites on the go, CEO Ross Worth said the group will continue to look for opportunities for the express model across the country. “We know that consumers are increasingly busy and looking for quick, accessible and inexpensive food options, so we’re excited about the future of this model, and the versatility it affords us to pop up anywhere from shopping centres and petrol stations, to airports and cinemas,” Worth said.
Hog’s franchisees Glenn Sell and Manish Gupta are the leaders behind the new Mandurah Forum site. Sell is the pioneer behind the Hog’s Food Truck concept in WA and Gupta is the franchisee behind Hog’s Mandurah and Eaton.
Gupta also recently opened a Funky's Mexican Cantina in Mandurah, a Mexican offering from Hog's, which now has 3 locations across Australia, with more in the pipeline. (Also read: Funky Mexican Cantina expands to Western Australia)
Loyal Hog’s Squad members will be rewarded with 15% off burgers at all Express locations.
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