Tuesday, 09 June 2020 02:46

Burger King reveals Chippenham services branch is reopening Featured

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Burger King has re-opened two restaurants in Wiltshire as part of its phased re-opening plan.

The branches at and Chippenham Services and Amesbury Services on the A303 are now serving again.

Restaurants will be open for takeaway at the counter only.

By the end of June, Burger King is working towards re-opening 350 restaurants.

The firms says safety is its number one priority, and 'to enable restaurants to continue to re-open a number of procedures have been put in place to safeguard the health of both Burger King employees and customers, following detailed operational testing'.

These include additional PPE such as masks and gloves for staff, stringent cleaning measures, contactless delivery options via Deliveroo and Just Eat and all Burger King staff comprehensively trained on the government’s social distancing measures – including how to run kitchens hygienically, while abiding by them.

There will not be a full menu but favourites such as the Chicken Royale, Bacon Double Cheeseburger and Whopper will all be available to order.

Katie Evans, marketing director at Burger King UK said: “We are so pleased to be able to open more restaurants this week and slowly but surely get back to ‘normal’, ensuring all safety measures are in place.”

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