The owners of Paradise Indian restaurant outlets in New Zealand plan to divest a part of their operations.

The reported that the move aims to support the brand’s launch in the Middle East.

Speaking to the news publication, Waseem Mohammed, the owner of Paradise, stated that the decision to sell two of its four eateries on Sandringham Rd was driven by the aspiration for a ‘new beginning’.

The brand is offering its Dine-In and Party House operations for potential acquisition.

Mohammed was quoted by the news publication as saying: “We have plans to open outlets nationally and internationally.

“We want someone to join us so we can share responsibilities and focus on expansion.”

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Mohammed also stated that the brand already launched its outlet in Saudi Arabia and plans to open more branches in the Gulf, including Dubai.

Paradise Indian is also planning to open new outlets in Auckland CBD and Hamilton.

Mohammed further noted: “It is very exciting for us and the outcome has been very good. We are not only expanding our brand but also the NZ business community. Everyone has been happy with this step.

“We would still be operating takeaways and catering services across the city. We have been so thankful for the community’s help and support during our hard times. We want to give them back by further expanding our brand.”

Paradise Indian has approximately 160 full-time and part-time employees at its outlets.