PUBLISHED: 17:06 19 Could 2020 | UPDATED: 17:06 19 Could 2020
Japanese-inspired restaurant Wagamama is to reopen 67 eating places for deliveries, together with its Norwich department.
The pan-Asian restaurant chain launched a trial at 5 of its supply kitchens earlier this month after being pressured to close its doorways to clients because of the coronavirus pandemic.
It has now introduced it is going to be reopening the Norwich restaurant in Chapelfield Plain on Thursday, Could 28.
Another websites throughout the UK will reopen this week.
The chain stated it hopes to have 49 websites open for supply by the beginning of June, with this increasing to 67 by the top of subsequent month.
Wagamama stated it has devised a schedule of reopening new websites that can permit workers to slowly return to delivery-only work at their very own discretion.
Emma Woods, Wagamama CEO, stated: “Over the previous couple of months our focus has been on making a secure working atmosphere for our group members and our two-week trial has enabled our groups to return to work safely. The subsequent logical step for us is to open extra websites all through the UK, this can nonetheless very a lot type a take a look at and study strategy for the enterprise.
“The response of our return has been extraordinarily constructive and we look ahead to our company having the ability to get their Wagamama repair.”
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