The company, which was founded in 1972 by Sergio Bracci, currently has 22 restaurants operating in Andalusia, Madrid and Valencia and expects to continue its growth.
Eat Out shows its commitment to its Travel unit, which is a strategic pillar for the group that has established itself as the second largest national travel food operator.
The Travel division of the Eat Out catering group expands its food establishments in Barcelona Airport with the inclusion of the first O Mamma Mia restaurant, its first venture into Italian cuisine, as part of a strategic alliance.
The group is backing the new Mamma Mia Sapore Italiano concept, which launched the chain in 2014 as an addition to its classic line of Italian restaurants. This is a pizza by the slice concept, featuring recipes that range from the most classic pizzas to the most creative, as well as fresh pasta cooked in front of customers, paninis and fresh mozzarella.
Eat Out shows its commitment to its Travel unit, which is a strategic pillar for the group that has established itself as the second largest national travel food operator. It has 68 points of sale for the group’s own brands and another 12 third-party brands and has a presence in 6 national airports and 3 high-speed railway stations.
“The addition of O Mamma Mia to the Travel portfolio shows how exceptionally the division is growing, because as well as winning the tender for all of Minorca Airport, and making major refurbishments in Malaga and Barcelona Airport, we are continuing with our main objective of continuously improving our product range and quality of service”, states Sergio Rivas, CEO of Eat Out.
According to Mauro Bracci, the General Manager of O Mamma Mia, “the opening of this establishment and the alliance with Eat Out is the best prize for our commitment for over 40 years to Italian cuisine in Spain”.
“We work with major brands. We have establishments in four El Corte Inglés centres, in two lines of the leading Spanish shipping company Transmediterránea, and this is the fourth year we have taken part in the Starlite gala, the music festival that is held every year in Marbella”, said Bracci.
The company, which was founded in 1972 by Sergio Bracci, currently has 22 restaurants operating in Andalusia, Madrid and Valencia and expects to continue its growth to show the potential of what was the first Italian organised catering chain in Spain and the first Italian restaurant on the Costa del Sol.
O Mamma Mia is the first Italian organised catering chain in Spain. Founded in Fuengirola in 1972 by the Italian Sergio Bracci, it became the first Italian restaurant on the Costa del Sol. It expanded progressively throughout the Andalusia region until it was decided to make the jump to Madrid in 1992. It currently has 22 restaurants in Andalusia, Valencia and Madrid.
The company believes in a welcoming ambience, with high-quality, modern decoration where family traditions, original recipes and the use of prime select raw materials are all followed, which make it possible to offer customers cuisine that is authentically Italian, based on the most classic to the most modern pizzas, fresh pasta cooked in front of customers, paninis and fresh mozzarella.
EatOut Travel is the travel restaurant division owned by Ibersol Group. It is one of the largest food restaurant groups on the Iberian Peninsula, with over 640 restaurants, managing its own brands, like Pans&Company, Ribs, Santamaría and FrescCo, and international licences like Burger King, Pizza Hut and KFC.
EatOutTravel is currently present in Spain’s leading airports and rail stations, and provides its services in other locations too, such as large fashion outlets and football stadiums.
To serve its customers, EatOut Travel has a complete portfolio of over 25 leading national and international restaurant brands that span the entire range of food services and adapt perfectly to the demands and trends of any type of customer or location.
Eat Out is part of Ibersol (Euronext Lisbon IBERSOL, SGPS), one of the main restaurant operators on the Iberian Peninsula, with sales of 450 million euros and an EBITDA of 61 million euros in 2018. It manages its own brands, like Pans & Company, Ribs, Santamaría and FrescCo, and licences like Burger King, Pizza Hut and KFC.