Kenya’s leading food chain Java House Group on Tuesday opened its subsidiary restaurant ‘360 Degrees Pizza’ in Kigali. The restaurant is the first of its kind in Rwanda.
The event, held at Kigali Heights was graced by Kenya’s Ambassador to Rwanda John Mwangemi, Java House Group CEO, Paul Smith and the Kigali business community.
360 Degrees Artisan Pizza hangout is an upscale fine dining casual restaurant will serve authentic Neapolitan Pizza in a warm and lively modern atmosphere over the hills of Kigali city.
Java House Group’s brands are namely; Java House, 360 Degrees Artisan Pizza and Planet Yogurt.
The extension of the brand into unexplored markets such as Rwanda, is part of the Java House Group’s robust expansion plan that is set to create more employment for the youth in Africa.
“We are excited to continue expanding in the Eastern Africa region and offer a conveniently located destination for Rwandan individuals and families to enjoy our handcrafted dishes,” said Paul Smith, Chief Executive Officer at Java House Africa.
Pizza and wine pairing is what will make the 360 Degrees joint a unique and authentic crave-worthy Italian-inspired entrees on top of family chicken meal, pastas, salads, brunch options, among a wide variety of flavorful offerings on its menu.
The Java House brand in Rwanda joins a set of multinational restaurant businesses in Kigali including another Kenyan regional lounge business- ‘Riders Lounge’ which opened shop in Kigali in November 2017.