New Nando's restaurant to open soon

New Nando's restaurant to open soon

New Nando's restaurant to open soon

First published in News Bucks Free Press: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

NANDO’S are going to open a new restaurant at Beaconsfield Service Station, this summer.

The popular chicken restaurant is likely to open in either June or July as the service station on the M40.

Nando’s will join numerous other food outlets at the M40 Extra service group, including McDonald's, KFC and the new Wetherspoons pub, the Hope and Champion.

As well as the addition of the Nando’s restaurant, cake-specialists Patisserie Valerie will also be added to the junction two service station.

Andrew Long, CEO of Extra MSA Group, said: “Extra are pleased to be working with both Nando’s and Patisserie Valerie to further expand the range of customer choice and popular major national brands represented at its Service Areas”. Alteration work will commence later this month to create a new Unit two for Patisserie Valerie and a new Unit three for Nando’s.

This will be in place of the existing floor space in the Food Court Building, currently occupied by Le Petit Four Francais.

He added the intention is to have both new facilities open for June or July this year, ahead of the busy summer trading period.

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5:19pm Tue 8 Apr 14

sparky49 says...

Why not MARLOW High Street?
Why not MARLOW High Street? sparky49
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5:20pm Tue 8 Apr 14

sparky49 says...

And a Wetherspoons.
And a Wetherspoons. sparky49
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2:48pm Sat 12 Apr 14

amfm says...

I was at the services on Monday 7th April and have news for Mr Andrew Long - the work has already started with the old LP4F already gone and boarded up. Shame his company couldn't be bothered to remove the mould covered LP4F banner from the road leading into the MSA. LAZY.
I was at the services on Monday 7th April and have news for Mr Andrew Long - the work has already started with the old LP4F already gone and boarded up. Shame his company couldn't be bothered to remove the mould covered LP4F banner from the road leading into the MSA. LAZY. amfm
  • Score: -1

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