Pizza Hut, the UK’s leading pizza restaurant, has reopened its West Swindon restaurant after a £200,000 revamp to give it a stylish, contemporary look appealing to families, couples and individuals.
Simon Cheetham, Pizza Hut area manager, said, “it’s great to be able to reopen the restaurant, which looks fantastic. There’s been great customer reaction to the makeover. If you haven’t tried us lately, you’ll be impressed with how much the Pizza Hut has changed both in terms of the environment and the great value menu which now has a significantly improved nutritional profile.”
The Mayor of Swindon Steve Wakefield said he was delighted to cut the ribbon opening the restaurant. “I’m impressed by what Pizza Hut has done to its West Swindon outlet. And the pizzas taste really good.”
Pictured: The mayor unveils the new look Pizza Hut, with Russell Malem, Alison Duffield, Chris Wells, Pizza Hut director of food Chris Wells, Leanne Brown, Abbi Murdoch
New look North Swindon Pizza Hut to be revealed
The mayor, having had some practice making pizza in April, has challenged the mayoress Debbie Wakefield to a Pizza Hut bake off when the outlet at North Swindon District Centre reopens on 28 April.
Their efforts will be judged by a panel of loyal customers and Jens Hoffa, chief executive of Pizza Hut UK.