Turkish Papa John’s


Turkish Papa Johns

Turkey has proved no exception to the invasion of American restaurants into foreign markets, featuring such mainstays as McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King. A crucial difference with Papa John’s is Turkey’s lack of devoted pizza joints, likely due to the lack of Italians. Plenty of restaurants make pizzas but none specialize in it, save for one restaurant called Snoopy’s. Thus, American brands have found a vibrant place to grow. Domino’s Pizza, Little Caesars and now Papa John’s have proven to be very popular and have been growing gradually but surely. The words next to the logo say, “Better Ingredients, Better Pizza”. If you’re ever in Turkey stop by and I can confirm they make good pizza.


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