The supermarket chain wants to further enhance the centre’s casual dining offer.
Intu has announced that they have invested more than £1 million to create a new grab-and-go space for five brands to occupy at their retail and leisure extension in their Watford site.
The space will have a redesigned interior to encourage communal dining. The five garb-and-go outlets are said to further enhance the centre’s casual dining offer and complement existing brands such as Tortilla and Gourmet Burger Kitchen.
“We wanted to complement the casual dining experience at intu Watford’s new retail and leisure extension with an equally strong grab-and-go food offering at the other side of the centre that will capitalise on its 14 million a year footfall and the vast numbers of office workers in the town,” Rebecca Ryman, regional managing director at intu, said.
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