Burger King is now back open at the St Marks Shopping Centre with a reduced menu, but also some tasty new items.
The fast food restaurant reopened at 11am on Wednesday, July 29 for dine in, takeaway and delivery and The Lincolnite was the first customer. It will have shorter opening hours from 12pm-8pm.
The reduced menu includes the new Halloumi Bacon King and a sharer box, which comes with five chicken fries, nuggets, chilli cheese bites, onions rings and two dips.
Social distancing measures have been put in place including floor markings, perspex screens and hand sanitiser stations. All staff will have a temperature check at the start of their shift.
People can also queue on markings outside the store, which is accepting card payments only for the time being.
Restaurant Manager Liam Sheridan told The Lincolnite : “We have been off since March 23 and we are really looking forward to welcoming customers back and starting to get back to normal.”
The branch at St Marks is also back on Deliveroo and has launched on Just Eat for the first time.
The restaurants at the Waterside Shopping Centre and on the A46 at Thorpe on the Hill are open for takeaway and delivery.