TGI Fridays confirms reopening of Scottish restaurants

Following the First Minister’s statement on Tuesday, TGI Fridays has announced that their Scottish restaurants will reopen following the easing of lockdown on Monday, April 26.

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The restaurant chain has opened reservations for both its Edinburgh restaurants at Castle Street and Fort Kinnaird and are encouraging Fridays fans to pre-book their slot to avoid missing out.

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Favourite dishes guests can look forward to include sesame chicken strips tossed in the famous glaze, glazed burgers, full rack of ultimate ribs as well as 28-day aged sirloin steak.

Fridays confirmed today that their restaurants would reopen from Monday

Robert B. Cook, Fridays CEO, said: “We are delighted to welcome guests back across Scotland. The Fridays team have been counting down the days until they can get back to work and once again welcome guests back through our doors.

“To avoid disappointment we are asking guests to pre-book and to follow the guidelines to keep everyone safe and make sure we stay on track for the next stage of lockdown easing.”

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