Wagamama has announced it will be reopening over 60 restaurants for delivery across the UK.
The popular Asian cuisine chain restaurant will start out by opening 24 branches this week and will then look to open a total of 67 restaurants by the end of June.
This announcement follows a successful trial at four branches – Peckham, Hackney, Bow and Leeds – which have been open since 30th April.
Delivery will work on a radius basis, depending on your location, and orders can be placed on Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat.
Alternatively, you can order direct via the Wagamama website.
Some branches will also be opening for a order and collection service too, with necessary social distancing guidelines put in place, however all sit-in restaurant locations still remain closed to the public amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Speaking on the move, Emma Woods, Chief Executive at Wagamama, said: “Over the past couple of months our focus has been on creating a safe working environment for our team members and our two-week trial has enabled our teams to return to work safely.”
“The next logical step for us is to open additional sites throughout the UK, this will still very much form a test and learn approach for the business.”
“The response of our return has been extremely positive and we look forward to our guests being able to get their Wagamama fix.”
Two Manchester branches will be reopening this week, including one also eligible for collection.
The following branches will reopen on 21st May:
- Great Marlborough Street
- Great North Finchley
- Manchester Spinningfields (including take-out)
- Nottingham (including take-out)
- Reigate (including take-out)
- St Albans
- Sheffield City Centre
- Fulham Broadway
- Putney (including take-out)
- Borough Market
For more information on reopening, please refer to the Wagamama website here.