|Founded||June 1974London, United Kingdomin|
|Founder||Kim Culley, David and Barbara Leggate|
|Headquarters||London, England, UK|
|Products||Baked potatoes, crushed potato salads, side dishes and desserts|
Spudulike is a restaurant chain and franchise specialising in baked potatoes (potatoes being known as "spuds" in colloquial British English) that first opened in Edinburgh in 1974. Spudulike purveys baked potatoes with various fillings, other potato based meals, and side dishes.
Spudulike was founded by Kim Culley and Barbara Leggate. In 1979, the company was acquired by the British School of Motoring (BSM), who helped Spudulike to rapidly expand its business as a franchise operation. It later demerged from BSM, and in May 2001, it bought Courts Quality Foods, owner of rival potato brand Fat Jackets. Spudulike had fifty outlets across the United Kingdom in 2001, including twenty Courts franchises.
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