All Five Guys articles – Page 6

  • News

    Wagamama to open fourth site in Edinburgh


    Wagamama has been confirmed for the Fort Kinnaird retail park in Edinburgh for a 2019 opening.

  • Marcel Khan

    Khan steps down from Five Guys


    Marcel Khan, who played a key role in the launch of US burger brand Five Guys in the UK, its subsequent expansion to over 80 sites here and its move into Continental Europe, has stepped down from the business, MCA has learnt.

  • Chikn

    CHIK'N to remodel after 9 months


    CHIK’N, the fried chicken fast food concept, is remodelling its single site on Baker Street to bring it more in line with its sister concept Chick ‘n’ Sours, MCA understands.

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    Five Guys set for Gunwharf Quays


    Five Guys, the better burger brand, has further strengthened its 2018 pipeline, with sites secured in Portsmouth and Chelmsford.

  • Wawa

    Stateside inspirations for UK


    Last month, leading advisory firm AlixPartners invited two of its most senior US restaurant operational experts to London to discuss global trends in eating and drinking out and which fashions have the potential to hit these shores. James Wallin presents some key takeaways from the session

  • Analysis & Insight

    Gender pay gap reporting: A sector overview


    Gender pay gap reporting has been dominating the headlines this week. With the deadline now passed, what were the numbers reported by some of the biggest players in the eating and drinking out market? MCA takes a look

  • News

    BunCo secures first UK site


    Turkish bao concept, BunCo, has secured its debut site in the UK, with an opening in the City of London planned for later this year.

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    Mowgli secures Cardiff site


    Mowgli has further strengthened its openings pipeline, after securing its first site in Wales, in Cardiff

    Analysis & Insight

    Sing when you’re winning


    Press coverage of the eating out sector has not made the easiest reading of late, however beyond the much-debated headwinds and the travails of selected brands, the sector remains replete with success stories. Ahead of this week’s Retailers’ Retailer of the Year awards, James Wallin highlights just a few.

  • Shake Shack

    ‘London is the burger Mecca’


    Shake Shack culinary director Mark Rosati talks to MCA about how he takes inspiration from London’s burger scene, building enduring sites that connect with their community, and the group’s thoughtful and considered approach to expansion

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    Analysis & Insight

    Contemporary operators challenging top brands


    Five Guys is leading the pack of contemporary operators challenging the established casual dining brands, the latest MCA data has shown.

  • Analysis & Insight

    Outlet growth of 3% expected for top operators


    The pace of expansion among the 150 leading eating out operators is expected to fall to 3% - down from 3.6% last year, MCA data has shown.

  • News

    Mowgli secures Nottingham site


    Mowgli, the Indian street food restaurant concept , has secured its second site in the Midlands, in Nottingham

  • HOP
    Analysis & Insight

    Focus on: south east Asian dining concepts


    Following the announcement that Leon is to open a Thai-inspired ‘fast food’ pop-up within one of its West End stores, in April, MCA took a look at how the market for south east Asian cuisine is performing and what’s expected in 2018

  • News

    Hollywood Bowl diner rollout near completion


    Hollywood Bowl Group is set to complete the rollout of its Hollywood Diner menu across its estate by the end of this financial year.

  • News

    Mowgli to double up in Manchester


    Mowgli, the Indian street food restaurant concept, is set to double its presence in Manchester

  • Opinion

    Neil Rankin: ‘Nothing is completely original, but you don't have to copy others'


    Temper founder Neil Rankin has set out to create a handful of exciting eateries, unique in their own right but with the common goal of using the whole animal. He talks to MCA’s new sister title, Food Spark, about the UK’s insatiable appetite for barbecue, why restaurateurs should not be pushing sustainability and how “trends are for supermarkets”

  • Opinion

    Small spaces present big opportunities


    Nando’s is trialling a miniature-sized restaurant, tapping into the desire for food convenience. Is this a way to stem a downturn in dollars? MCA’s sister title, Food Spark, investigates.

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    Five Guys secures Canary Wharf site


    Five Guys, the better burger brand, has secured a further London flagship site in Canary Wharf

  • News

    Wingstop closes in on UK debut site


    US chicken concept Wingstop is closing in on securing its first UKsite, with a flagship location in central London being lined up