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Spanish sandwich bar 100 Montaditos comes to Belgium

Spanish sandwich bar 100 Montaditos comes to Belgium

Spanish sandwich bar 100 Montaditos will open its very first Belgian store in Liege next week. In total, the chain hopes to have 40 bars by 2019.

Focus on student cities

The chain is a fast food bar with more than 100 small sandwiches, salads and snacks on offer, starting at 1 euro. "Fast and more varied than the current chains, we offer a qualitative alternative", the chain said, although it will adapt to local tastes.


First goal is to open five bars in the next two years and it will do that in student cities like Brussels, Louvain-la-Neuve, Louvain and Ghent. The first one will open in Liege however.

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