World’s largest pizza company, Domino’s Pizza will be opening its first restaurant on the Oxford Street in Osu on 5 April 2021.
This will be the first-ever Domino’s Pizza restaurant in Ghana.
It is expected to be followed by a restaurant in East Legon, scheduled to open later this month.
The new Osu Store, located at the start of Oxford Street above the Koala Shopping Mall will be open to the public on Monday and will be serving customers with Domino’s delicious classic pizzas, signature pizzas, special pizzas, garlic breadsticks, chicken wings and other tasty side dishes.
With a spacious dining area, customers will have the option to either dine-in, or takeaway their pizzas starting Monday.
Domino’s Pizza will be offering exciting deals with two medium classic pizzas for only 29.50 cedis each, and 20% off your first order online, if you use the code PLENTY20.
Ina statement issued by the company, Kwabena Ntiri Addo, Marketing Manager, Fire Foods Africa, stated that, “We are all prepared for the launch of our Osu Store this Monday on April 5th. In our menu, we have pizzas for everyone. Pizza lovers should visit our restaurant to experience the fresh delicious pizzas we are bringing to the Ghanaian market.”
About Domino’s Pizza
Founded in 1960, Domino’s Pizza is the largest pizza company in the world based on retail sales, with a significant business in both delivery and carryout pizza. It ranks among the world’s top public restaurant brands with a global enterprise of more than 17,100 stores in over 90 markets.
Domino’s had global retail sales of over $14.3 billion in 2019, with over $7.0 billion in the U.S. and nearly $7.3 billion internationally. In the second quarter of 2020, Domino’s had global retail sales of over $3.4 billion, with over $1.9 billion in the U.S. and over $1.5 billion internationally.
About Fire Foods Africa
Fire Foods Africa is a leading platform for QSR brands in Sub-Saharan Africa. Fire Foods Africa currently has the exclusive franchise rights for the world’s largest pizza brand, Domino’s Pizza, for its foray into Ghana in West Africa.