Casual Dining Group, the operator of Las Iguanas, Bella Italia and Café Rouge, has reopened a number of its concession sites situated at Center Parcs villages across the country.
In total, six sites have reopened as Center Parcs welcomed back guests following a four-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
For a limited time from the relaunch, the six restaurants will offer a specially curated menu for delivery and collection only.
In total, CDG operates 12 restaurants, which are primarily split across its Café Rouge, Bella Italia and Las Iguanas brands, within Center Parcs locations at Whinfell Forest, Sherwood Forest, Woburn Forest Breaks, Elveden Forest and Longleat Forest.
CDG’s other six restaurants located within Center Parcs properties will reopen on 27 July, whereupon all sites will resume full restaurant service, accommodating customers within the restaurant on a reservation and walk in basis.
In addition, five Café Rouge sites will also offer a full-time delivery and collection service.
Ahead of reopening, all employees have undertaken rigorous training in new health and safety, cleaning and hygiene procedures to ensure a safe environment for employees and customers.
Damaien Houghton, Center Parcs’ group F&B operations manager, said: “We’re thrilled to be reopening our villages to guests after an almost four-month closure. All the Casual Dining Group brands across our estate are incredibly popular with customers and form a vital cog in the overall experience that we pride ourselves on delivering. We’re delighted to have them reopening with us.”