The chain currently has 35 outlets in the UK and Ireland.
Camile Thai Kitchen has launched a new cloud kitchen in Canary Wharf and partnering with Deliveroo to fulfill its orders.
The space is developed by cloud kitchen provider Jacuna, which will also be occupied by four other well-known QSR brands.
The Thai-inspired brand is currently in the process of raising €10 million as part of an aggressive technology-driven strategy, which, in addition to cloud kitchens, includes plans for drone delivery, as well as the automation of some of its operations with kitchen robotics.
“2020 has been a milestone year for Camile. With many restaurants suffering the consequences of pandemic restrictions, we were very fortunate to see a 50% increase in sales in London. We owe this to our largely suburban, delivery focussed business model. This growth has enabled us to proceed ahead of time with our drone and robotics-focused tech strategy,” Camile Thai Kitchen founder Brody Sweeney said in a media release.
Camile will initially be delivering to The Isle of Dogs and the north of Canary Wharf, but plans to expand into Poplar & Limehouse in the coming weeks.
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