We’ll have about 30 outlets in the next two to three years.— Natasha Sideris
Ribs & Burgers - a phenomenon in Australia – has arrived in South Africa.
The first branch opened in Pretoria’s Menlyn Maine.
For me, restaurants are a fascinating laboratory for life – they test us to the limit.— Ribs & Burgers founder Bradley Michael
Michael is an ex-South African who moved to Australia and started the brand.
Ribs & Burgers has 16 outlets in Australia.
It is also in the USA and will soon expand to the UK and Dubai.
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The restaurateur is the conductor of a restaurant.— Natasha Sideris
Bradley Michael is a friend of my dad’s.— Natasha Sideris
The market is saturated in the middle to lower end. We focus on the middle to upper market.— Natasha Sideris
It’s in between a steakhouse and a takeaway.— Natasha Sideris
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