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By M&C Report team2011-11-15T07:32:00+00:00
In what is now a well-worn routine, Boris Johnson was last week the bearer of bad news, announcing a much slower than preferred roadmap reopening, with hospitality apparently at the end of the queue.
At the end of 2019, if a customer wanted to order and pay for their food using their mobile phone the number of restaurants in which they could do this would have been relatively small. Fast forward to this year and, once lockdown is lifted, the number of places offering digital order and pay will be significantly bigger.
Hawksmoor is to open its biggest restaurant yet and its first in London for four years in Canary Wharf.
Nando’s has opened a second site within a Tesco supermarket, as it looks to expand its presence in new locations.
Wagamama has opened its latest restaurant in Paddington, designed with ample space for click and collect and delivery.
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