Burger King had been opened in Jakarta, Indonesia in 1980 by Fastfood Indonesia, who also the franchisee of KFC.
The chain was closed possibly in 1998 due to the Indonesian heavy financial crisis and lack of innovation, compared to other fast-growing American restaurant chains such as McDonald's and KFC.
After several years disappeared, the chain was re-opened in 2007 under Mitra Adiperkasa in Senayan City, Jakarta.
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