Pizza Hut coming back to Denmark

The fast food chain is bringing an express concept with a brand new menu

The American chain Pizza Hut is coming back to Denmark with a new ‘Express’ concept.

The company is currently looking for franchisers and plans to open five to ten, and eventually even more, branches across the country.

The Pizza Hut Express concept will offer a brand new menu that will differ from the one you may have tried last time the chain was operating in the country.

Different menu, flexible services
Each restaurant will provide different services depending on its location.

Pizza Huts near transportation hubs, such as train stations and airports, will for example sell breakfasts, while other places will guarantee seating in under 90 seconds.

The fast food chain left Denmark in 2009 after 15 years. The first Pizza Hut opened in Aarhus in 1994.

At its peak, the company ran five restaurants across the country.

The chain was founded in 1958 and currently operates in about 12,000 locations in 93 countries.





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