Streamlined restaurant formats can capture a greater share of the growing delivery market


The opening of Nando’s’ new format ‘Nino’, a streamlined take on its core restaurant business, is the latest example of the quick-serve and delivery markets’ growing appeal for casual dining operators. These new streamlined formats can help brands capture a greater share of the growing delivery market, according toGlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

While Nando’s is only just introducing its cut down format, other brands have experimented with similar forays into the quick-serve arena, many of which have failed to gain recognition and grow, due to a lack of focus. Recent examples of failed attempts include Carluccio’s, Toby Carvery Express and TGI Fast Track, which were in many ways unsuccessful at adapting their key offerings and image for the quick-serve, grab ‘n’ go crowd.

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