Tivoli to open restaurant in Frederiksberg

Wagamama opening up next door to Copenhagen Business School

Probably about 20 øre (photo: iStock)
August 11th, 2014 11:09 am| by admin
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Tivoli is set to launch a restaurant outside its own walls for the first time in its 171-year history after deciding to open a new Wagamama restaurant in Frederiksberg.

Tivoli already has 11 fast-food outlets, 16 bars and cafes and 20 restaurants, including the pan-Asian restaurant Wagamama, which will now have a sister restaurant in the near future.

“The new Wagamama will contribute to our activities year round and will support the development of Tivoli as a year-round business,” Tivoli chief executive Lars Leibst said according to Børsen business newspaper.

READ MORE: Living it up at Tivoli Hotel

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The initial Wagamama restaurant opened in Tivoli back in 2006, since when over 1.25 million guests have stopped by to slurp down its Japanese-style noodles.

The new Wagamama will be located on Solbjerg Plads near Copenhagen Business School in Frederiksberg and will open its doors for the first time on August 29.

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