Fridays in Doncaster is running its popular 'click and collect' service throughout lockdown two

You can look forward to enjoying that Friday feeling every day – as the Fridays diner in Doncaster has announced it will be offering its popular click and collect and home delivery services during the second national lockdown.

By Kyle Wilson
Friday, 6th November 2020, 4:45 pm

Fridays – TGI Fridays before a UK rebrand earlier this year – launched its click and collect option in May. The firm, which has a restaurant at the Herten Triangle retail park, has also teamed up with delivery services like Deliveroo and Just Eat.

Available meals freshly made to order include handcrafted burgers using a perfect blend of prime cuts of brisket and chuck steak from British and Irish farms, Mozzarella Dippers, Fridays Sesame Chicken strips, Classic Ribs as well as a range of kids options.

Fridays CEO Robert B. Cook said: “As the nation enters a second lockdown, we’re really pleased that we can continue to bring Fridays favourites to our fans via our click and collect and home delivery services.

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A TGI Fridays employee places a pre-ordered meal into a customer's vehicle. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

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“The safety of our teams and our guests remains our top priority. We will continue to monitor government guidelines regarding the temporary lockdown and look forward to welcoming our guests back when it is safe to do so.”

A specially tailored menu will be available for click and collect and home delivery orders. When completing the order on customers will be able to choose a collection slot, and at this point will be advised on how to safely collect their food.

To successfully use click and collect, customers will be asked to follow five simple steps and the procedure can be found on the Fridays website. Further information can be found at

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