Tastee expands to 51 restaurants

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

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Franchise group 3 Sixty Restaurants opened its fifth Tastee restaurant on Friday — this time in Port Antonio, capital of Portland. It is the 51st Tastee location for the fast food company, which is currently celebrating its 51st year, according to a recent news release.

Located on Main Street in the heart of the town, the Tastee store offers its full range of products, including patties, coco-bread, sandwiches, nuggets, fried chicken, and pastries.

“It's sincerely an honour to be opening another Tastee location — this time, a flagship Tastee full-service restaurant in Port Antonio, providing quality food, affordable pricing in a most comfortable setting,” said chairman of the 3 Sixty Restaurant Franchise Group Kimani Robinson.

The restaurant is the group's second in Portland, and it owns and operates three others in St Mary and St Ann.

CEO of Tastee Ryan Foster commented, “We have heard the calls from Portland requesting Tastee. Although we had a presence in Port Antonio before — through one of 3 Sixty's smaller mobile units — we wanted to establish a more suitable and deserving establishment for Portlanders.”

Other guests at the grand opening included Member of Parliament for East Portland Lynvale Bloomfield, Deputy Mayor of Portland Rohan Vassell, Gee Jam hotelier Steve Beaver, realtor Yvonne Blakey, and Tastee director Simone Chanpong.

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