With the goal of becoming Korea’s representative restaurant enterprise,
LOTTE GRS aims to position itself as a globally respected company
A professional restaurant company you’ll love and can depend on Since opening the Sogong branch of LOTTERIA, the country’s first-ever hamburger franchise, in 1979, LOTTE GRS has been creating a new food culture and leading the growth of the Korean restaurant industry under a motto that reflects its corporate philosophy of prioritizing customer satisfaction. By pursuing the highest-quality products, clean restaurant environments, and customer service with kindness and a bright smile,
LOTTE GRS puts forth continuous efforts to meet society’s ever-changing needs. For the past 40 years, it has successfully launched a vast array of Korean restaurant brands aside from LOTTERIA, including Angel-in-us Coffee, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, T.G.I. Fridays, Villa de Charlotte, and The Food House.
It is through this that LOTTERIA is growing into a trusted and beloved restaurant business company. In addition, through continuously pursuing overseas expansion and investments, it now operates over 290 taste-bud-grabbing stores in seven countries outside of Korea, including Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Kazakhstan, Laos, and Mongolia. It will continue to utilize the know-how it has accumulated in leading the Korean restaurant industry to take a bigger leap to become one of the most recognized and loved restaurant corporations, not only in Korea, but also around the globe.
- CEO Nam Ik Woo
- Date of foundation 1979.10.25
- Major Business Restaurant franchise business
- Address 47, Hangang-daero, 7-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
- Phone (+82)-2-709-11114
Major products and services
LOTTERIA has been the pride and the leader of the Korean fast food industry and has been greatly successful thanks to consistent management innovation, aggressive investments, and the development of new products that suit Korean tastes in a competitive battle against world-renowned fast food chains. From the development of a menu that grabs the attention of Koreans’ taste buds and offers coffee and various desserts on top of our burgers, to the trendy store designs that reflect customer preferences and demands, LOTTERIA’s efforts to satisfy its customers continues today.
Angel-in-us Coffee, which partnered with Java Trading Co. and Distant Lands Coffee of the U.S. to procure green Arabica beans of the highest quality, always strives to provide its customers with the best and tastiest coffee. Employing the PURE ROAST (TM) ROASTING method, a patented distribution method unique to Java coffee, it not only enables uniform quality control, but also, since the coffee is roasted domestically, maintains a greater freshness than imported beans from overseas.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
Warm Krispy Kreme Doughnuts’ neon sign greets customers with two simple words, Hot and Now. Founded in 1937 in the US state of North Carolina, it currently has business operations in the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Australia, and Korea, which began after signing a franchise contract in 2004. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is famous for its warm original glazed donuts that are being made in the store whenever the Hot Now sign is on. “Doughnut Theater,” a large window through which you can watch the entire donut-making process, offers a fun experience for visiting customers.
First introduced in 1992 as a new brand promoting the dining-out, family restaurant culture in Korea, T.G.I. Fridays is the country’s top family restaurant. Under the catchphrase, “Place with exciting taste! Casual dining that creates customers’ delight!” it provides customers with the highest level of satisfaction and service. T.G.I. Fridays will continue to research and strive to offer services that suit the various needs of customers and reflect their perspectives.
Villa de Charlotte
The Mediterranean-Style Health Food Restaurant Designed to Deliver the Authentic Taste and Sensibility of the Mediterranean.
Designed to deliver the authentic taste and sensibility of the Mediterranean cuisine, Villa De Charlotte presents dishes made with fresh ingredients, ranging from the olives and tomatoes ripened under the hot sunlight to the abundance of seafood from the blue sea. You are cordially invited to Villa De Charlotte where you can enjoy “the Mediterranean healthy menu”, which has been carefully prepared in reflecting the dining style of women in their 20s or 30s who pursue well-being, health, and trendiness.
The Food House
“Where the food is like a delicious home-cooked by your mother each day.”
Unlike other food courts, where the food feels like it came off of an assemly line, The Food House provides food that is like a home-cooked meal, with a pinch of extra flavor and sincerity added.
It is a new breed of food court that offers a diversity of simple Korean dishes such as spicy seafood noodle soup and the nostalgic king pork cutlet.
We have premium food courts where you can eat alone or with your family, which serve as a great meeting spot akin to a cozy, cool cafe. The Food House will continuously strive to provide customers with pleasant experiences.
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Lotteria – Lotteria Incheon International Airport
Been here a couple times when traveling. Good for a quick meal before leaving the airport. Waiting time not long
9 – 13 of 65 reviews
ordered the double meal, tastes plain, nothing different from the usual burgers, corn (side dish) tastes sour so i didn’t eat it. cheeze stick was oily (oil was literally dripping); will try other burger joint next time, rather than eating here again.
Big Bulgogi Burger set, 6800won.
Judging by the taste of the meat, my guess is that it had been freezed-boiled-refreezed and warmed in a microwave for serving. Topped with a nice slice of cheese.
After several months in parts of Asia where French fries are always served without salt, I was happy to find out during my stay that Korea is different in this perspective. However, this time I once again found my French fries lacking salt. Familiar with the situation from abroad, I politely asked for some salt. Only this time I was met by a vaguely happy exclamation of “No salt!”
Not the best fries I have had, but suddenly the lack of taste in the burger made much more sense. Not all bad however. I came in fully expecting to get fat and I feel the restaurant accomplished to do that.Lotteria Incheon International Airport: Lotteria – See 65 traveller reviews, 32 candid photos, and great deals for Incheon, South Korea, at Tripadvisor. ]]>