The Real Greek owner reports revenue boost as figures beat 2019
A UK restaurant group has announced that its revenues are more than a quarter higher than pre-pandemic levels.
Fulham Shore, which owns The Real Greek and Franco Manca, has seen revenues over the past three weeks grow to 27 per cent higher than the same period in 2019.
The company said that this is a “marked acceleration” on the eight weeks prior, which saw an 8 per cent average increase on 2019’s figures.
It added that while its city centre and West End London locations are still seeing lower revenue levels than 2019, footfall is growing week-on-week.
David Page, chairman of Fulham Shore, commented: “We are very encouraged by the accelerating revenue growth trends during recent weeks despite continued challenging trading conditions.
“This reflects the popularity and relevance of both Franco Manca and The Real Greek, underpinned by their great food and fantastic value.
We continue to see a number of exciting growth opportunities and are on course to open 10 locations during the current financial year, with more than 150 additional sites in our medium-term plans.“
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