American burger chain Five Guys have confirmed that their High Wycombe branch will open their doors on March 15.

It will only be available for take-away initially as customers will be able to order at the till for takeaway, or online for Click & Collect, Deliveroo or Curbside.

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Located in Cressex the burger chain has replaced Frankie & Benny's which shut down last year.

Five Guys began back in 1986 when they opened their first US restaurant in Virginia - the company decided to branch out and opened their first UK restaurant in Covent Garden in 2013before branches popped up in Reading and Islington.

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It has fast become a favourite among fans, offering customisable hamburgers, bacon burgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese and veggie sandwiches as well as Cajun fries and milkshakes.

Currently, those looking for their Five Guys fix have to travel to Uxbridge or Watford but soon High Wycombe fans will have a branch on their doorsteps.