All retail stores now reopen at intu Victoria Centre as Nottingham Street Food Club returns

Adella Miesner

Nottingham Street Food Club has reopened its doors at intu Victoria Centre for the first time since March. The independent eatery has become a firm favourite with visitors since opening at the centre in 2017, with its rotating roster of local food traders. It welcomed back diners on Friday 25 […]

Nottingham Street Food Club has reopened its doors at intu Victoria Centre for the first time since March.

The independent eatery has become a firm favourite with visitors since opening at the centre in 2017, with its rotating roster of local food traders. It welcomed back diners on Friday 25 September 2020 and will be operating the following hours for the time being: Fridays and Saturdays 12pm – 9pm, Sunday 12pm – 4pm.

Recent weeks have also seen the reopening of Millie’s Cookies and Office, meaning that 100% of retail brands at intu Victoria Centre are now serving visitors again following national lockdown measures earlier this year.

Commenting on the news, Nigel Wheatley centre director at intu Victoria Centre, said:

“It’s great to be able to welcome back the team at Nottingham Street Food Club to Clocktower dining. It’s always been a popular choice with visitors and remains an important part of our dining offering.

“With all of our retail brands now open again, there’s a real buzz in the centre. Our visitors have embraced the new way of shopping that’s become common place over the past few months, including the wearing of face coverings, one-way systems on the malls and socially distanced queues.

“We’d also like to thank the team at intu Victoria Centre, including all the in-store staff, who have been working incredibly hard to ensure visitors still have a great experience and that the centre remains a safe place to visit and work.”

Commenting on its reopening, Nathaniel Wilson, who runs Nottingham Street Food Club, said:

“Here at Nottingham Street Food Club, we are really excited to have re-opened our doors after this extended period of closure. It was great to be able to welcome visitors back as well as traders old and new.

“We have kept a close eye on the Government’s guidelines for the hospitality industry, and as such, we have put a clear set of measures in place. This will ensure that we keep our staff, the traders and our visitors safe with some easy-to-follow steps.”

He added:

“Things will be somewhat different to your last visit, but nevertheless, I’m really confident that Nottingham Street Food Club has adapted to this new world, and will continue to follow Government guidance, whilst still maintaining the fun and enjoyable environment our visitors have come to love.”

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