American fast food chain Wingstop opens Cabot Circus restaurant
An American fast food chain with more than 1000 branches around the world is launching a restaurant in Bristol city center.
After being founded in Texas in 1994, Wingstop today operates approximately 1,500 restaurants around the world in countries such as the United States, Mexico, Singapore and France.
Since launching its first English restaurant at Cambridge Circus in London in 2018, the brand has opened three more locations in the capital, as well as one in Reading and one in Birmingham.
Building on the success of its six UK locations, the company is now set to open a branch in Bristol, taking over the Cabot Circus unit that once housed Burton, Dorothy Perkins and Miss Selfridge, which had been empty since the shop closed. in August 2019.
It is not yet known whether the new restaurant will occupy both floors of the vacant premises or only one of them.
Lemon Pepper Holdings Ltd, Wingstop’s UK-based master franchise, has applied for a license to open its premises at 39 George White Street.
The company is also advertising new employees to work at the restaurant, with vacancies including a general manager and team leader.
The job posting reads: “At Wingstop our mission is to ‘serve the flavor of the world’.
“Nobody makes wings like us because nobody cares about us. We pride ourselves on being the ones serving the ultimate flavor experience like no other in the UK.
“To do this well, you need a team of people who don’t just show up.
“We do this every day, influencing this through our core values by being authentic, with an entrepreneurial approach, having fun and always service minded.”
Diners at other Wingstop establishments in the UK can choose from a range of classic wings, boneless wings and tender, which are cooked to order and mixed by hand with a range of 10 different flavors.
Wingstop’s Reading restaurant, which opened in April this year, has a Google rating of 4.1 / 5 out of 103 reviews.
A recent visitor said it served ‘the best wings in the business’ in their five-star review, but a less impressed restaurant said ‘the food was not worth the trip’ and only awarded it a star.
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