Cafe Franchise in India
Cafe chain with its beginnings in India, Xero Degrees was established a few years ago by Kashish Aneja and Shivam Kakkar. It has since been given the nickname “the cheese paradise” by those who have a passion for gourmet cuisine. In addition to putting up an authentically American food, the cutsie, homey atmosphere of the cafe was the key design priority. When all of that was in place, it was no wonder that foodies came to the cafe to indulge in the cheesy treats that were being offered there. All of the food items, from appetisers to main courses, and from desserts to beverages, that are presented on the menu are fan favourites. Despite this, the company is constantly developing new recipes and adding new items to the menu in order to satisfy the needs of its clients. In addition, it is constantly introducing new deals and packages.
The company is really proud of how cheesy its products are. The majority of the foods on the menu come smothered with ooey-gooey, melt-in-your-mouth cheese, making it difficult to choose between them. The cafe offers delectable dishes that are prepared with products of the highest quality and are presented in an impeccable manner, all at costs that are extremely reasonable. The Red Velvet Shake, Popcorn Nut Caramel Shake, Big Bang Theory Slider, Cheesy Fries, and Pizza in a Jar are some of the most popular foods that have quickly become fan favourites and the topic of conversation throughout the community.
The company has agreements with a total of eight different stores in Delhi. Elante Mall and VR Punjab Mall both host one of its retail locations in the city of Chandigarh. In addition to Patiala and Amritsar, Xero Degrees can already be found in Amritsar, and it will very soon open in Dehradun and Bangalore.
Xero Degrees’s long-term goal is to expand throughout India while continuing to offer its distinctive cuisine. At the moment, the company has plans to launch more than thirty new locations as cafe franchise throughout the course of a single year, with a particular concentration on the PAN India Expansion.
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