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J-Kungfu Opens New Beijing Store

Chinese fast-food chain J-Kungfu has opened another store in New World Shopping Center in Beijing. This is its 151th store in the world.

With an area of over 300 sqm, the J-Kungfu New World store features a foreign fast food decoration style. Pricing its food between RMB16 and RMB28, the store mainly targets middle to high-end customers.

So far, J-Kungfu has entered 5 main business areas in Beijing including Xidan, Chaowai, Shuangan, Anzhenhualian and the New World Shopping Mall.

J-Kungfu, which is best known for its steamed food, opened its first restaurant in Dongguan, Guangdong Province in 1994.

4 Comments on "J-Kungfu Opens New Beijing Store"

  1. need to know about kungfu fast food franchiser details…can send me some information about how do i get kungfu franchiser
    i feel this kungfu fast food is good..

  2. also need to know about franchiser, like 2 get some information 2

  3. Kungfu fast food is a great chain restaurant with excellent foods,
    Is there anyway to get some info how to be in this business ? I would like to do it in Indonesia and in California or in Indianapolis.
    Please send the info to my email so then I can take the next step.

  4. Uyển Chi | July 14, 2008 at 7:50 pm |

    I have ever experienced Kungfu fastfood…It is really good…I want to do it in Vietnam..Please send me information about Kungfu fast food franchiser.Thank you!

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