KFC announced some exciting news for Scottish fans.
the chicken chain will reopen a series of restaurants in Scotland this week – bringing the total number of restaurants to eight.
KFC closed all of its branches in the UK on May 23 when confinement has been announced.
But it gradually opened 20 stores in April – including two in Glasgow – on a delivery-only basis.
Now even more regular Scots can be fried chicken Fixed the opening of units in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and East Kilbride when KFC wanted to relaunch 100 restaurants by the end of May.
The fast food company serves meals with a limited menu and without eating, as it applies strict social distancing measures.
But that means you can have the bucket delivered at a reduced price, contactless and to your door!
The KFC stressed that it was careful in its management of reopenings, with strict new rules and hygiene measures in place.
KFC UK Managing Director Paula MacKenzie said: “This next step allows us to continue to provide wider access to hot food for those who need it most, be it key workers after a long shift. work or those working from home who need a quick and affordable dinner for the family.
“I greatly appreciate the members of our team who have returned to work – it is a difficult time for everyone, but we are so happy to play our part in helping to feed the nation.”
The chain added that the newly opened restaurants also mean it can give more food to the NHS and key workers.
“We will be able to continue delivering 10,000 meals a week in partnership with Deliveroo – to add to the 13,000 we have already donated,” said KFC chiefs.
The KFC restaurants reopening in Scotland are:
If your nearest branch isn’t there yet, KFC said you can check out Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats later to see if it’s back.
It maintains an up-to-date list of branches open online on their website which will be added over the next few days.
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