Manchester United To Launch Restaurant And Bar In North India

Manchester United Food and Beverage (Asia) Pte Ltd (‘’MUFB Asia”) today announced its exclusive tie up with Great Moments Hospitality Pvt Ltd to launch its first Man United Restaurants and Bars (MURB) in North India.
A press conference was held for the whole event at the F Bar and Lounge of New Delhi’s Ashoka Hotel.

The first Man United Restaurant and Bar will be opened in New Delhi by the end of this year. Till now, MUFB Asia has outlets in Singapore, Indonesia, Bangkok, Korea and Japan.

Man United Restaurants and Bar are a full service, casual all-day dining restaurants that feature predominantly western cuisine and local specialties to suit the palates of discerning diners across the region. In addition there is also a strong emphasis on creative cocktails, live entertainment from popular artistes and special theme private or corporate parties.

The fans can also view memorabilia and pictures of the team and Old Trafford at the outlet.

Mr. Rajan Madhu, one of the directors of Great Moments Hospitality Pvt. Ltd, said, “We are excited that after bringing Fashion, Life Style, Art and Music we now bring to India another exciting concept which is related to the world’s number one sport, which is football and the most popular football club in  the world that is Man United.

“Our endeavor is to cater our guests with paramount entertainment of unending regalement in hospitality and sports.”

Mr. Andy Yun, Chief Executive Officer of MUFB (Asia) said, “India is a great and promising market. You have market that is looking for new ideas and concepts.

“I am confident that Man United thematic restaurants and bar will bring you the best moments of a new and special dining and entertainment experience in Northern India.”

Indian captain Bhaichung Bhutia was also present at the event wearing a Red Devils jersey despite being an Arsenal fan. He explained how the Indian clubs could take a cue from foreign teams in order to market themselves better.

“Our football still lacks behind in terms of infrastructure and marketing so Man United are setting a good example for clubs here as to how they need to promote themselves.”

Goal.com India