Five Guys Has Reopened More Branches For Delivery And Click And Collect
Good news burger-lovers, Five Guys has reopened more of its restaurants for takeaway.
After opening 16 of its branches last month, it's opened several more today, including branches in Clapham, Ashton, Chester and Richmond.
The full list of stores that opened today:
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Five Guys opted to keep 13 of its stores open following the lockdown announcement - you can find your nearest open branch here.
The chain has said customers will need to pay before they visit and social distancing measures are in place to ensure customers and staff are kept safe.
John Eckbert chief executive of Five Guys UK said: "We have adopted a phased approach to reopening Five Guys stores, adhering to government advice and ensuring the safety of our customers and crew is paramount.
"To date a small number of stores have remained open for Click and Collect and Deliveroo orders only and while this has been in operation, we're proud of how our crew members have supported local hospitals and key frontline workers across the UK."
Unlike some of its competitors, Five Guys is offering a fully menu at the open branches which you can order online before picking up or having delivered via Deliveroo.
The menu allows for 250,000 possible combinations, perfect for even the fussiest of picky eaters and around a thousand way to customise your milkshake.
Who's feeling a little cheesy today? :speak_no_evil:
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- Five Guys UK (@FiveGuysUK) March 15, 2020
A number of fast-food chains have announced phased reopenings, with McDonald's the latest to reveal its list of 15 restaurants that will open on 13 May.
Announcing the decision, Paul Pomroy, McDonald's CEO for the UK and Ireland, said: "The last few weeks have been difficult for all of us and I hope you, your friends and your families are staying safe. We are very grateful to those of you who have taken a moment to share messages and stay in touch.
"When we return it will be different as we all adjust to this new normal. I want to apologise in advance if our first wave of reopened restaurants does not serve your area.
"Rest assured, we are working hard to reopen more restaurants, but I am adamant this must be at the right pace with the well-being of our employees, suppliers and customers front of mind. Thank you for your patience.
"Slowly, but safely we will return to towns and cities across the UK and Ireland and thank you for your continued support as we work through this crisis. We will continue to keep you updated via email, our website and our social media channels.
"In the meantime, stay safe and we will see you soon."
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