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Afghan entrepreneur brings England’s national dish to Afghanistan

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Afghan entrepreneur brings England’s national dish to Afghanistan

Bashir Halimi, an Afghan-Canadian, invested USD 400,000 and established London’s favorite fast food franchise, Mr. Cod, in war-torn Kabul city.

Mr. Cod is the world’s most popular Fish & Chips franchise specializing in some truly original and delicious flavors!

Mr. Cod has been serving customers complete, freshly prepared, family meals since John Brewer founded the concept in 1979.

Famous for its Fish and Chips, which is made with the same secret recipe that was perfected more than 30 years ago, Mr. Cod is popular among millions of customers across diverse regions of the world. Mr. Cod is a leader in the UK and its other operating regions in the quality branded Fish & Chips and Fried Chicken segment and our ambition is to expand this seal of quality and taste across the entire globe.

Despite the drawdown of foreign forces, there are entrepreneurs who are optimistic about the country’s security situation and the country’s government.

Launched in February 12, 2015, Mr. Cod is the first of its kind in Afghanistan and serves to bring a new taste to the Afghan public.

The restaurant is decorated with wooden chairs and tables. A wide-screen television shows Afghan music videos and sport. It has a small play area for the children in a corner.

 For more information, please visit the following link:

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-31476785



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