City Views | What’s the recipe for the restaurant group’s success?

NEVIL WHARTON
DOW JONES

Outlets that come under the Restaurant Group meet their clients’ wants and needs very well. People do not go into Frankie and Bennys looking for silver spoon service but nonetheless they are served good food at good prices. The fact that the restaurants are in premium locations means they are easily accessible.

MATTHEW EAST
LAWRENCE GRAHAM

The reason why I think the Restaurant Group does so well is due to the locations of their many outlets. Taking for example Garfunkel’s, they are situated in prime tourist locations across London and the American diner concept will always work. The wide variety of food offered also appeals to the masses.

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