Burger chain re-opening at Rushden Lakes today
They will be offering a click and collect service
Fast-food fans will be able to get their burger fix when Five Guys re-opens at Rushden Lakes today (Tuesday).
The burger chain, which is based in the Leisure Terrace, has been closed with many of the other food outlets at the shopping complex since lockdown started in March.
But it is good news for anyone who has been missing their food including burgers, hot dogs and sandwiches as Five Guys is re-opening for click and collect from midday today.
A message posted on the official Facebook page for Rushden Lakes yesterday (Monday) said: "Craving a burger? We’ve got some good news for you!
"Five Guys Rushden Lakes is re-opening from 12pm to 9pm tomorrow for click and collect only.
"Order via their website or download their app.
"Please be assured that the crew are committed to working within government guidelines with social distancing in place to keep everyone safe."
The news about the Rushden Lakes branch seems to have gone down well with customers as the post has already had more than 300 shares since going online yesterday.
Providing the full menu of freshly prepared food, customers will have the usual choices to create their burgers from scratch by choosing a selection of fresh toppings – with 250,000 possible combinations as well as more than 1,000 possible ways to customise a milkshake.
John Eckbert, CEO of Five Guys UK, 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.”
For more details about other shops and food outlets open at Rushden Lakes, click here
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