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  • UK restaurant chains are too basic
  • UK restaurant chains are too basic
    Matthew Kenwrick (2009) ©
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UK restaurant chains are too basic

What’s the UK’s favourite high street restaurant chain? Nandos? Pizza Express? Zizzi? While they all rank highly as Brits' go-to places for affordable eats, a survey of 2,000 diners has found that 62% consider the food available on high streets to be ‘far too basic.’

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