Despite the expectations-missing numbers, Meij said that Domino's can "expect to continue to grow."
"We've corrected these issues," he told CNBC about the company's underperformance in France. "You can see how we started this financial year. We're up 8.8 percent in same-store sales in Europe. France is by far our biggest business," he added.
Domino's plans to add an additional 2,450 stores to its current 2,200-odd outlets in the next eight years, said Meij.
According to Meij, the company will continue to seek long-term "organic" expansion. That will especially come in Europe, which he said has plenty of growth potential given the region's large population and high rates of pizza consumption.
Domino's forecast net profit to rise 20 percent in the 2018 financial year, with same-store sales to rise in the range of 7 percent to 9 percent.
Domino's shares traded at a lofty price-to-earnings ratio of 51.65, compared with an average of 17.25 across the broader S&P/ASX 200 index, making them particularly sensitive to earnings misses.
The company also announced a A$300 million share buyback.
—CNBC's Stacey Yuen contributed to this report.