Cervecería 100 Montaditos

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Cervecería 100 Montaditos is a popular Spanish franchise that specializes in montaditos, small sandwiches typically filled with a variety of ingredients. The franchise was founded in the year 2000 in Huelva, Spain, and has since expanded to various locations around the world.

History[edit | edit source]

The first Cervecería 100 Montaditos was opened in Huelva, Spain in the year 2000 by the Restalia Group, a leading group in the food service industry. The concept was to offer a wide variety of montaditos, small sandwiches that are a staple in Spanish cuisine. The franchise quickly gained popularity due to its unique concept and affordable prices.

Concept[edit | edit source]

The main product of Cervecería 100 Montaditos is the montadito, a small sandwich that is typically filled with a variety of ingredients. The franchise offers a menu of 100 different montaditos, hence the name "100 Montaditos". The menu also includes other Spanish dishes such as tortilla española, patatas bravas, and a variety of Spanish beers.

Expansion[edit | edit source]

Since its inception, Cervecería 100 Montaditos has expanded to various locations around the world. The franchise has a strong presence in Spain, but also has locations in Italy, Portugal, Mexico, Colombia, and the United States, among others.

Reception[edit | edit source]

Cervecería 100 Montaditos has been well received for its unique concept and affordable prices. The franchise has been recognized by various food industry awards and has been featured in numerous food and drink publications.

See also[edit | edit source]

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