TGI Friday’s, the Karen Forrester-led chain, is to make a step-change in its food offer, with the launch a new menu which will comprise of brand-firsts including delicious Creole seafood such as mussels and shell-on shrimp.
In addition, the new menu, which will be launched later this spring will feature premium fillet steak alongside marinated and spice-rubbed rib-eye.
The company said that the developments “mark a continued focus on quality, flavour and freshness for the brand”.
The new menu launch comes after the company’s head chef and food development manager, Terry McDowell – won the Casual Dining category at the 2014 MIDAS Awards.
The group was shortlisted against Coast to Coast and Gourmet Burger Kitchen. Its current menu has a diverse offering tailored towards different occasions, including tapas.
McDowell, who has been nominated for the award previously, said: “We are incredibly excited about our upcoming menu – it is going to be a complete game-changer for Friday’s and marks a real revolution. It’s the next step in our strategy to offer experience-led meals which cater to diners for all occasions. Whether guests are looking for a rich and indulgent celebration meal or a quick bite to eat over cocktails with friends, we have an option for everyone.
“We are delighted the voting panel recognised the innovative nature of our upcoming menu and voted us winners against stiff competition, in a very competitive sector. We always work really hard to develop our menu at Friday’s and our continued popularity with casual diners is testament this. Our new menu is really set to shake up the industry; watch this space!”