It seems burger fans won’t have to wait much longer to satisfy their fast food cravings as Five Guys has announced it’s reopening selected UK stores.
The burger chain has followed in the footsteps of other outlets, such as KFC and Burger King, by opening a string of UK restaurants.
The Five Guys team have stressed that the new openings will be in line with new government guidelines – so will be offering delivery and collection only.
The restaurants will also be implementing a whole range of social distancing measures to protect staff and customers.
Those looking to get their hands on a burger can either place an order through the Five Guys app, visit the website or have their food delivered through Deliveroo.
The good news is that the full menu will be available so customers can choose from more than 250,000 possible burger combinations, as well as 1,000 ways to customise a milkshake.
To ensure customer and staff safety, those who select the Click and Collect option will be prompted to pay for their order prior to visiting the store.
CEO of Five Guys UK, John Eckbert 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.’
A list of the UK restaurants reopening
Manchester University Green
Liverpool Queen Square
Leeds Duncan Street
London Kings Road
London Baker Street
London St Paul’s
London Bard Road
Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird
Edinburgh Fountain Park
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