The first outlet reached profitability in only 10 weeks, leading to a second store in the City of London in April which will be followed by two further units in the financial district.
Speaking at the Meal Solutions conference, Jamal Hirani, chief executive and co-founder of Tiffinbites, said: "Every high street, large or small, has the capability to accommodate a Tiffinbites store. Next year we'll step up our roll-out plan and go into all the major cities."
Tiffinbites' range of Indian foods and snacks have also attracted the attention of the major supermarkets and a future deal to distribute through their stores looks likely. "All the major supermarkets have checked out our range and flagged their interest," said Hirani.
The company is also considering expanding through the franchise route and it has also just launched a residential home delivery service in the evenings that complements its lunchtime corporate delivery service.