DESIGN | Staff Reporter, UK

Pizza Hut restaurants in Edinburgh undergo refurbishments

It will create 20 new jobs for the area.

Pizza Hut Restaurants has invested £611,000 in a double restaurant makeover in Edinburgh. The Huts at North Bridge and Kinnaird Park are both being transformed to include a vibrant new contemporary look and feel.

A brand new menu will also be rolled out which includes chicken wings, Kentucky style BBQ ribs, and new additions to its warm cookie dough.
The re-openings form part of a multi-million pound nationwide redesign programme by the casual dining company. A total of £4.5million has been invested in Scotland over the past five years with more than two thirds of the estate complete.

Suzi Marshall, operations director at Pizza Hut Restaurants Edinburgh, said, “Over the past five years, we have focused on refurbishing our entire portfolio of restaurants, with a total of £4.5 million invested in Scotland alone.

“We have a strong commitment to Edinburgh and today we’re delighted to announce that we’re bringing our new restaurant design concept and menu to our Huts at North Bridge and Kinnaird Park. Through the makeovers we hope to create a warm and fun environment for our guests to enjoy a meal and we’re looking forward to welcoming our customers to experience it first-hand.”

The investment in Edinburgh is part of a broader £60 million refurbishment and restructuring programme for the business, secured through private equity investment from Rutland Partners in late 2012.

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