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.
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 pizza's taste really good."
Swindon Town FC players also took time out from training to visit the restaurant to sample the new decor and a few slices of pizza.
Simon Cheetham, Pizza Hut Area Coach, said, “it’s great to be able to reopen the restaurant, which looks fantastic. I’m really looking forward to welcoming customers to try our great value pizza, pastas and salads in a new stylish environment. I know they will be impressed with how much it has changed.”
In an extensive six-year refurbishment programme, Pizza Hut is investing £100 million in its restaurants. In 2008, the company spent £17 million updating over 100 restaurants with a modern new look and state of the art equipment.
Right, the Mayor Steve Wakefield with Pizza Hut director of food Chris Wells and West Swindon restuarant manager Russell
Changes have also been made to menu. A wide range of pizzas, pastas and salads are now available, along with light lunches, as well as the new and improved salad bar. Pizza Hut has also significantly improved the nutritional profile of many of the items on its menu and has ongoing salt and fat reduction programmes. The kids menu has also been transformed and now includes hidden veg options as well as a free salad with every kid meal.
The Pizza Hut at Greenbridge has already received the makeover and the North Swindon District Centre outlet is currently undergoing the change which will be complete in early May.
Pizza Hut is the perfect place for a get together and has recently introduced an online table reservation table / party booking system on its website at www.pizzahut.co.uk