Attitudes Towards Casual Dining - UK - April 2019
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This report will examine consumer attitudes toward the casual dining segment. It will investigate frequency of visitation to casual restaurants,drivers, and consumer behaviours.
Most casual dining chains sell alcoholic beverages and offer takeaway/home delivery services.
Premium casual dining chains offer full table service dining experiences with high exit prices as a result of steak or lobsterbased dishes. Examples include: Gaucho, Brasserie Blanc, Loch Fyne.
Midmarket casual dining chains offer fast efficient full table service with price propositions at under £20 per head. Examples include: Wagamama, Côte, Prezzo.
Fast casual dining chains usually offer limited table service, and emphasise customisation of dishes. In some establishments, diners may have to select and order items and pay before dining. Menu prices tend to be between midmarket casual dining and fast food chains. Examples include GBK (Gourmet Burger Kitchen), Nando’s.
Casual restaurants that are open all day, from serving breakfast in the morning to dinner in the evening are known as allday dining. Examples include: Bill’s, Carluccio’s, Loungers.
“Gone are the days of restaurants operating with a one-size-fits-all business model. Brands have to decide if they want to go back to basics and provide intimate dining experiences for older diners or become a ‘third space’ for young people to hang out over food and drink.”
– Trish Caddy, Senior Foodservice Analyst
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