Lina’s Paris seeking partners in SE Asia
After launching in Korea, French fast-casual restaurant chain Lina’s Paris is planning to roll out across Southeast Asia.
Working with a franchisee, it already has 10 restaurants in Korea and has just opened a kiosk in Seoul Art Center with 100 seats.
Founded in 1989, Lina’s Paris offers French-style breakfasts, sandwiches, salads, hot dishes, soups, fresh juice, sorbet and pastries. The outlets are designed as comfortable lounges with free WiFi and Parisian decor. In some countries the offer includes organic and gluten-free food.
Lina’s Paris has nearly 50 restaurants in six countries, and says it is now actively seeking partners in Southeast Asia.