- Big Mamma has 23 restaurants across five countries in Europe
- The transaction is expected to close in Q4 of 2023
- McWin is a private investment ﬁrm that invests in the food service and food technology sectors
McWin Capital Partners will acquire a majority stake in Big Mamma, a restaurant group, valuing it at €270 million.
Big Mamma’s founders Tigrane Seydoux and Victor Lugger will continue to run the company as co-CEOs and will remain shareholders.
“Successfully crossing borders in our industry is never easy and they have done it four times, soon to be five,” said Harry Goss, partner and head of food service at McWin. “They understand what the customer wants, and they have been bold in their delivery.”
Big Mamma will leverage the partnership with McWin to expand from Europe to the Middle East and US, according to a release.
The transaction is expected to close in Q4 of 2023.
Big Mamma has 23 restaurants across five countries in Europe, including France, the UK, Monaco, Spain, and Germany.
McWin is a private investment ﬁrm that invests in the food service and food technology sectors. The firm, based in London, manages over €1 billion in assets.
The firm’s foodservice investments include Gail’s and White Rabbit in the UK, and L’Osteria in Germany. Food technology investments include BlueNalu, Perfect Day, The Every Company, Impossible Foods and UPSIDE Foods, Footprint and Oishii.