Domino’s Pizza, Sri Lanka’s most beloved brand, achieved a historic milestone today as it proudly opened its 50th store in Panadura, becoming the fastest QSR to reach this mark. Since its launch in 2011, Domino’s Pizza has rapidly expanded its presence, serving customers across the island with its diverse menu and unique offerings tailored to cater to local tastes and preferences.
Turning 50 outlets strong showcases Domino’s unwavering commitment towards the country and signifies a monumental effort to delight pizza enthusiasts nationwide. This remarkable achievement stands as a testament to Dominos dedication in serving great-tasting pizzas with unmatched speed and convenience, making it a cherished part of Sri Lanka’s culinary landscape.
Globally, Domino’s is the largest pizza brand in the world, boasting a vast network of over 20,000 stores in more than 90 countries. Renowned for delectable pizzas, Domino’s excels in delivering within its hallmark 30-mins delivery guarantee.
The grand opening of the 50th outlet was graced by the presence of Mr. Sameer Khetarpal, CEO and MD of Jubilant FoodWorks Ltd., whose visionary leadership has played a pivotal role in driving Domino’s Pizza’s growth and success in the country. Mr. Sameer Khetarpal expressed his delight and pride in the brand’s growth journey in Sri Lanka, stating, “As a brand, we are wholeheartedly committed to our expansion in Sri Lanka, demonstrated by our position as the fastest-growing QSR. Our relentless dedication to delivering exceptional customer experiences and expanding our stores has propelled us to achieve the remarkable milestone of 50 outlets. We are excited about the future and are determined to delight pizza lovers across the country.”
Iranga Dharmawardhana – Country Head & Director at Jubilant FoodWorks Lanka Limited added, “At Domino’s Pizza, we take pride in being a global brand with a strong local connect. Understanding and catering to local consumer tastes is vital for our success. We have developed unique toppings that resonate with our Sri Lankan customers, providing them with an authentic pizza experience. Moreover, our commitment to sourcing 55% of our materials locally reflects our dedication to contributing to the local economy and supporting communities in Sri Lanka.”
With a diverse menu designed to cater to various tastes and preferences, the company offers options such as the budget-friendly Pizza Mania range as well as the traditional hand-tossed pizzas. For those who adore cheese, Domino’s goes the extra mile with their delightful Cheese Burst and Cheese Float pizzas. While pizzas undoubtedly hold the spotlight, the Domino’s menu presents a selection of signature sides and desserts that have garnered an unmatched fan following.
As Domino’s Pizza Sri Lanka joyfully celebrates the opening of its 50th store, it proudly reiterated its commitment to the local community. In the spirit of giving back, Domino’s announced 5,000 meals to Child Action Lanka, a centre dedicated to empowering and sheltering underprivileged kids and women, to mark this milestone.
To make the festivities even more delightful for the consumers, Domino’s is running an irresistible BOGO (Buy-One-Get-One) offer on its most selling signature pizzas between 3rd and 6th August ‘23. Additionally, for new users, Domino’s offers a choice of free sides and desserts for the first three orders exclusively on its App, featuring delectable options like Chicken Wings, Garlic Bread and Choco Lava Cake.
About Domino’s Pizza
Founded in 1960, Domino’s Pizza is the largest pizza company in the world, 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 20,000 stores in over 90 markets.
In Sri Lanka, Domino’s Pizza is operated by Jubilant Food Works Lanka Ltd. Since its launch in Sri Lanka in 2011, Domino’s Pizza has rapidly expanded its presence, serving customers across the Island. In just 12 years, the brand has achieved a significant milestone by becoming the fastest QSR to reach 50 s stores, making it the fastest-growing quick service restaurant in Sri Lanka.