VRO Hospitality introduces expansion plans in Mumbai and Goa

With an ambition of a pan-India presence, the group is back in an expansion mode

Bengaluru-based hospitality chain, VRO Hospitality has entered two of the biggest markets for travel and hospitality, i.e. Mumbai and Goa with an ambition of a pan-India presence.

With its iconic French café brand ‘Café Noir’, the group is set to take up all of 1,000 sq ft at the new Lodha World estate in Mumbai’s Lower Parel. It is also unveiling a new brand ‘Taki Taki’, which will deliver some of the finest Japanese flavours within the same Lodha premises. 

By the end of the month, VRO also plans to launch into one of the biggest hospitality destinations in the country, Goa with another equally successful brand Mirage at the popular Vagator Beach. 

“Millions of Indian food lovers have been on the edge for over a year and a half, craving for luxurious and memorable indulgences with friends and family. As social beings, restaurants and cafés have been the primary destination for us to fraternise, share moments of candour and create new memories. Over the past 18 months, we have been channelling our focus and energy into acquiring and building new brands. As food lovers return to their favourite restaurants and cafés in town, on the hunt for great experiences, we have planned some truly amazing openings in the most vibrant markets across India! Let’s just say, we are taking their business of having fun very seriously,” said Dawn Thomas, Co-founder, VRO Hospitality.


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