Dosa Plaza, a globally-known veggie food retailer, has finally opened its retail outlet at Point Cook on 24th December, 2015 to supply and serve its unique quality veggie food to the community in Western suburb of Melbourne and beyond. After the first Australian presence of Dosa Plaza at Dandenong, its continuous and growing demand and interest from the people of western suburb led to the establishment of Dosa Plaza in the region. Dosa Plaza has already been successful at Dandenong, Preston, and Camberwellin Victoria. However, its presence at Point Cook has fulfilled the gap of western suburb.
Dosa Plaza is the single most popular food service retailer from India providing 104 delightful varieties of Dosas that includes 27 trademarked Dosas. By 2015 Dosa Plaza reached its operation of more than 65 outlets in India and abroad including USA, UK, Australia, NZ, UAE, Oman, Singapore and Abu Dhabi etc. In Australia, it has started with its first outlet at Dandenong and now reached to 6 outlets (Four in Melbourne, one each in Sydney & Adelaide).
In conversation with Mr.Nirav Desai, who is in charge of the outlet at Point Cook with background in accounting & small business said, “We are looking forward to serve our valued clients and community with varieties of food. This outlet generates 10 to 12 jobs for local people and is going to add value to our local and national economy. Thanks to Mr. Manoj Sheth (Master Franchisee of Australia & NZ) of Doza Plaza for his continuous support & care in this journey.”
Dosa Plaza at Point Cook opening ceremony was well attended by local community families, local representatives and dignitaries. Mr. Manoj Sheth (Master Franchisee of Australia & NZ) was present and personally received the guests during the opening ceremony. Local councillor Cr.Intaz Khan, thanked Dosa Plaza team for bringing the outlet in Point Cook and generating jobs for the local people. Community Activist Manoj Kumar (Ex- Federal Labor candidate of Menzies) congratulated the community of Western suburb for this new outlet. Other community people from various groups who made their presence were Neeraj Nanda of South Asia Times, Ripan Sethi, Gagan Sethi and Manpreet Singh of Melbourne Service Club, Narinder Kumar Garg of The Gurukull, Mahesh Bhandari of Nepalese Community, Sanjay Sethi of local Tarneit community group and many more.