American fast food restaurant Carl's Jr. on Monday opened its fourth restaurant in Indonesia, situated at Central Park Mall in West Jakarta.
“At the Carl's Jr. Central Park, customers are not only expected to enjoy unique and delicious charbroiled burgers and other premium menu items, but will also be able to enjoy the all-you-can-drink beverage bar and the convenience of partial table service — both first to the Indonesian quick service restaurant market,” Carl's Jr. Indonesia marketing director Chandra Firmanto said Monday.
At the new store opening, Carl's Jr. also introduced a new menu item, the Big Carl Burger, which offers twice as much meat and cheese, with two charbroiled beef patties, classic sauce, two slices of American cheese and lettuce, on a toasted sesame seed bun.
“For customers who crave a delicious, bigger burger, the Big Carl Burger is the new answer and is available at all Carl's Jr. restaurants from today,” Carl's Jr. Indonesia's operational director Henry Kwan said.
Carl's Jr., which opened its first restaurant in Jakarta in 2010, now has four restaurants, including at the Grand Indonesia, Emporium Pluit and La Piazza malls, all in Jakarta