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Cindy should make way for a big company
Gas station operator Tamoil and Italy’s Autogrill Group have been awarded the concession to operate the Herrlisberg Nord motorway service station near Wädenswil in the canton of Zurich. Cindy’s restaurant in the fifties follows the burger burger restaurant.
The Herrlisberg Nord motorway service station is undergoing a facelift. Cindy’s gaudy dinner disappears. Because the new operator of gastronomy is Tamoil’s partner Autogrill. The Italians will bring their own “Gran Bar” and “Holy Cow” formats, as well as install a branch of the Spar supermarket chain.
The two companies said Tuesday that the Tamoil and Autogrill franchise is for 30 years, with an option for an additional 10 years. Partnership begins in 2023.
Demolition of the entire rest area
The Herrlisberg service area on the A3 is well known, mainly due to Cindy’s two restaurants. Before that, the service area was known for a long time due to the former restaurant Silberkugel, which was opened by Mövenpick in 1968.
The Herrlisberg-Nord service area franchise was reintroduced a year ago. Not only was the operation announced, but a new service area was also created. All buildings – the restaurant, the gas station and the grocery store – must be demolished by order of the canton of the construction department of Zurich.
The concession of the Herrlisberg-Süd service area extends until the end of 2023. There is also a branch of the American restaurant in the direction of Chur.
Holy cow instead of Cindy
Cindy’s successor Holly Cow, a burger concept developed in Lausanne, operates 13 restaurants in Switzerland. On the other hand, the Italian Gran Bar will be the first of its kind in Switzerland. The Spar Express of 120 square meters is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Tamoil Switzerland is controlled by the Netherlands-based OilInvest Group, which in turn is owned by a Libya-based sovereign wealth fund. Autogrill is majority owned by the Benetton family and will soon be merged with Swiss retailer Dufry. (SDA)
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