What’s next for Burger King?
Burger King will expand into French Canada in the next year or two, as it looks to expand its footprint further in the country.
As a result, the fast food chain will open a second location in Montreal’s trendy, French-Canadian suburb of Saint-Henri.
Burger King Montreal is the latest franchise in the chain’s rapidly expanding franchise network, which has seen the chain reach more than a half-billion sales since its inception in 1998.
While the brand currently operates a total of 22 restaurants in Canada, the company will open its new French-language outlet in Montreal.
Burke, the founder and CEO of Burger King, said the Montreal location will serve the company’s French-speaking customers, and it will be the company ‘s first ever French-themed restaurant in North America.
“Our new Montreal location is the perfect location for Burger Kings expanding footprint and growing our French-centric business,” he said in a statement.
Burlington, Ontario, is home to Burger King Canada, a joint venture between the company and Burger King franchisee David Pang.
Burkére, the French-origin burger chain which opened its first franchise in Toronto in 1999, has now expanded to 24 Canadian locations, with the first of those locations slated to open in 2019.
The chain is now owned by Burger King parent company, KFC Canada, and its Canadian franchises have been around for decades.
Burkington, which opened in 1955, also has a French-based franchise, and has recently expanded its presence in the U.S. and Mexico.
Burman has a strong foothold in Canada’s fast food market, with its Burger King restaurants, which have been known to feature burgers topped with bacon, cheese, lettuce and mayo, and sauces like bbq sauce, and chili sauce.
Burky, which is based in the UK, has recently opened two Canadian locations: one in Toronto, and one in Brampton.
Burken, which was started by brothers Kevin and David Hurd, has expanded to nine Canadian locations since opening its first location in London in 2008.
It is now also owned by KFC and has its own Canadian franchise.
Burma, which started as a small restaurant in the town of Bamiyan, became a burger chain in the 1980s, and was later purchased by Burger, the burger chain’s parent company.
Burker, which also operates a restaurant in China, has had a successful history in China and has opened two restaurants in Hong Kong.
Burmonks, the first restaurant in Thailand, has been operating in the province since 2009.
Burkes, which originally opened in Toronto’s Chinatown, has since expanded to the U, U.K., U.A.E. and the Us., and opened its second location last month in London, England.
Burks is based on the idea of having a burger that is both fresh and delicious.
Burkan, which launched in 2005 in Malaysia, has become one of the world’s leading fast food chains, with more than 100 restaurants in 25 countries.
Burka, which began in 2004 in Singapore, has opened three locations in Canada and has more than 80 locations in 25 other countries.
The company’s Burger King has seen significant expansion in recent years, with Burger King opening in over 80 countries and counting.
Burkhart, a franchisee in the Czech Republic, opened its own fast food outlet in the capital, Prague, in 2017, and opened four restaurants in 2018.
Burp, which currently has its French-centred restaurant in New York City, opened a new restaurant in London’s trendy Hammersmith district in June.
Burptons sister company, Burger King UK, recently opened its new UK location in Greenwich Village, London, in September.
Burst has expanded its franchise network to 25 countries and more than 60 countries.
Burger King operates more than 200 fast food restaurants in France, the U-K., France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Austria, Sweden, Austria-Hungary, Poland, Latvia, the Czech and Slovakia, as well as Belgium, Croatia, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland.
Burrito, which operates more-than 60 fast food outlets across the U and U. K., opened its French Canadian branch in 2017.
Burriq, which initially opened in 2005 and expanded its French presence to a third of its current territory, now has four French-focused restaurants.
Burr, which expanded its operations to 20 countries in 2016, opened two new French Canadian locations in Montreal in 2019 and one more in Toronto.
Burram, which specializes in Thai-style burgers, opened restaurants in the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand in 2018 and now has six locations.
Burritos brand has expanded throughout Asia and has franchised over 30 restaurants in Singapore and Japan.