Roll Mafia plans India roll-out

An Indian quick service restaurant concept Roll Mafia has raised $151,000 in seed funding to commence a roll out in major Indian cities.

Parent SLS Cuisines India plans 50 restaurants in six cities by March next year after attracting investment from Singapore’s Equentia Natural Resources and a group of private investors.

Roll Mafia currently operates eight outlets in Pune and three in Patna, cooking and selling Indian food such as Kathi Rolls and Dum Biryani.

“We are looking to open 50 more outlets in Mumbai, Chandigarh, Baroda, Bangalore, Delhi and Gurgaon by March 2016,” said Varun Sahay, co-founder of Roll Mafia.

The new outlets will boost its workforce from the current 70 to around 250.

Roll Mafia was founded in 201 by brothers Varun and Vishal Sahay. It provides delivery in some market, via an online portal, as well as takeaway and dine-in facilities.

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