LAVAL – Earlier this month, Quebec-based fast-food chain St-Hubert launched MALGAM La Centrale bouffe, a new concept inspired by ghost kitchens that brings together several restaurant brands in one location.
MALGAM La Centrale bouffe opened its doors on April 12 in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district, in a location which up until now operated as a St-Hubert rotisserie.
The new concept offers menu options from four restaurants: St-Hubert, Sushi Taxi, Harvey’s and New York Fries, with two other partners expected to join soon.
“We’re extremely proud to present our completely new concept inspired by MALGAM La Centrale bouffe ghost kitchens. This will enable us to offer a wide variety of fast and quality meals to our loyal customers in one place for them to eat at work, at home or take out,” says Richard Scofield, president, St-Hubert Group. “It’s now easier for customers to access their favourite St-Hubert classics or discover varied menus offered by Harvey’s, New York Fries and our new reputed partner, Sushi Taxi. We hope that this new concept expands and we plan to open more MALGAM La Centrale bouffe over the next 18 months.”
The interior of the MALGAM concept is developed by Sid Lee Architecture.
Customers can order from any of the previously listed restaurants websites or through a delivery partner of their choice.