FENWICK in Bracknell has confirmed its plans to reopen its two restaurants in town on July 4.

The shop has revealed how it plans to reopen safely following the governments guidelines announced last week.

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Fuego and Mason & Rye will be reopening in Bracknell from July 4 with restrictions in place to allow for social distancing.

It said all restaurants will reopen with new layouts to allow for 'natural screening' using existing architecture.

The flow of customers and staff will be 'closely managed' with some adopting one-way systems.

In Fuego, where the kitchen is open to the dining space, special measures have been put in place to ensure social distancing, including plastic screens.

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The front of house team will also all be wearing visors and the chefs will wear face coverings also.

Anyone looking to head along is asked to book in advance where possible, and they will introduce 'virtual queuing' with a phone back service.

There will also be a limited menu, for details fenwick.co.uk