By M&C Report team2010-04-29T12:32:00+01:00
Mitchells & Butlers is working with advisors CBRE to close up to 20 leasehold pubs and restaurants.
Mitchells & Butlers has begun a redundancy consultation with a number of staff as it deals with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mitchells & Butlers achieved like-for-like sales growth of 1.4% in August, as a result of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme and the reduction in VAT.
Slim Chickens, the Boparan Restaurant Group-owned fast causal concept, has entered into its second franchise agreement. The new deal between Boparan and franchisee KK Restaurants SW will see the brand open five restaurants across the south west of England, with the first due to open in Exeter next month. The Exeter restaurant will be Slim Chickens’ tenth UK site, and second franchise-operated location following its Manchester Trafford Centre opening last month with partner JRK Restaurants.
Five Guys will push on with its expansion plans despite the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic, with at least three new openings set before the end of the year.
Indian restaurant concept Dishoom has expanded its at-home range with the addition of a vegan sausage naan roll kit. The business launched its first at-home offer – the bacon naan roll kit – during the March lockdown, but following calls from plant-based consumers has created a second kit for its online store. The vegan sausage naan roll kit will include ingredients for two rolls with masala chai, alongside cooking instructions, for £16 including delivery.
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