The Fogo Brazilia Story
Fogo Brazilia Churrasco was founded by the founders of Wildfire Restaurant in Sydney’s Overseas Passenger Terminal. Wildfire was the first restaurant to bring the Brazilian Churrasco concept to Australia.
Fogo Brazilia was founded in 2008 and was designed to make the delicious Brazilian Churrasco food accessible to more people in the form of Food Court and Casual Dining concepts. After thoroughly testing the concept, Fogo opened their first Franchise Food Court outlet at Stockland Merrylands in 2012. It has been very successful and there are now currently four franchised Food Court Outlets and two company owned Casual Dining restaurants.
The beauty of the Fogo Food Court concept is that it easy to operate, you don’t require any previous food experience and the entry cost is relatively low …$280,000 - $300,000. You receive extensive training beforehand and help in ensuring that everything is going smoothly once you open. Royalty Fees are low at 5%. Shopping centres are extremely keen to bring the Fogo concept to their Food Courts and Restaurant Precincts as they strive to improve the quality of the food served in their Centres.