Quick return to Brittany: here is where the brand will open

Quick return to Brittany: here is where the brand will open
Quick return to Brittany: here is where the brand will open

His absence was short-lived. Barely six months after leaving Brittany by closing his last restaurant, located on Place de la République in Rennes, Quick is already preparing his return. According to our information, confirming that of our colleagues at - Rennes, the fast-food chain of Belgian origin is preparing to reopen in the Breton capital.

The brand will be installed on the corner of the Charles-de-Gaulle esplanade in place of the former Del Arte restaurant – which had moved in 2023 a few meters further, opposite the Champs Libres. A prime location, right in the center of Rennes and a stone’s throw from the Pathé cinema. For the neighborhood, this means the opening of an additional fast-food restaurant following the recent installations of Bchef and KFC on the Colombier slab.

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Here is where the future Quick restaurant in Rennes will be located. (Le Télégramme/Quentin Ruaux)

Currently under construction, the premises will be completely renovated and transformed to display the colors of the Belgian burger giant. An opening is planned in the next three months. Contacted by Le Télégramme, the fast-food chain had not responded at the time of publication of this article.

Openings that are multiplying

Born in 1971 in Belgium, Quick arrived in France in the 1980s and quickly became the only competitor of the American giant McDonald’s. Faced with economic difficulties, the fast-food brand was bought in 2015 by the Bertrand group, owner of Burger King. After transforming nearly 300 Quick restaurants into Burger King, the group finally sold the brand – which then only had around a hundred establishments – to the American investment fund HIG Capital in 2021.

Thanks to the latter’s recovery plan, the brand is regaining color. In 2023, 18 new restaurants will open across France. And this should accelerate further by 2028. In addition to Rennes, several openings are planned in the coming months, such as in Épinay-sur-Seine, Pontarlier, Bordeaux, Aubervilliers and Boulogne Billancourt.

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