The Restaurant Group reports strong trading

28 August 2015 by
The Restaurant Group reports strong trading
Total revenue increased by 8% to £334m from £308m in 2014. The group opened 12 new sites in the first half and a further nine sites have opened in the second half. The firm is expected to open between 43 and 48 restaurants in 2015. The interim dividend increased by 11.5% to 6.8p per share compared to 6.1p in 2014. Danny Breithaupt, chief executive of the Restaurant Group, said: "The Restaurant Group has delivered another strong set of results, with good growth across all key performance measures and excellent progress on our strategy of increasing the pace of roll out in a more balanced way between our brands. "These results reflect the hard work that has gone in to driving the continued evolution of the group and I would like to record my thanks to our teams across the country for delivering another excellent performance." He added: "The strengthening UK economy, increasing wages and disposable incomes, combined with the secular trends driving ongoing expansion of the eating out market, give me great confidence that TRG is well set for continued strong growth this year and beyond." Solid start to year for The Restaurant Group >>](/articles/357039/solid-start-to-year-for-the-restaurant-group)[The Restaurant Group reports 7% increase in group operating profit >>
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