Restaurant chain Restaurants of Australia will expand its presence in northern Australia’s Alpine villages with the creation of two new restaurants.
The company, owned by the Australian company Anheuser-Busch InBev, is set to open two restaurants in a former grain silo in Lake Arrowhead village in the Alpine Valley, in a bid to grow its market share in the area.
A new restaurant, Restaurant of Australia, will open in a silo next to the old grain silos in Lake Arrowshead village on Friday, March 15, 2017 in Perth, Australia.
The brand has also announced a deal to open another in the Lake Arrowheads village on April 1.
The Australian company said the deal was in the early stages, but it has already attracted customers from around the world and is looking to expand further.
The deal will also see the company open another restaurant in the Aranjuez farmlands village, which will be the second new location of the new brand.
It said the new restaurants would be based in the same silo, but the first restaurant would be situated closer to the market and the other will be in the new village.
The new restaurants will offer a range of food and beverage options, including fresh local produce and locally sourced products.
The Aranjanza silo has been a major agricultural hub in the region for decades and was once home to more than 1,000 grain siloes and other products.
But the area has become increasingly industrialised and the area is now home to thousands of agricultural workers and businesses.