- Fulham Shore, the owner of The Real Greek and Franco Manca restaurants, said performance in the financial year to date continued to meet management expectations with revenues up year-on-year.

In the first 21 weeks of the current financial year, total Group revenues have increased compared to the same period last year.

At Franco Manca, increased revenue was being driven by restaurant openings and increased customer numbers.

But at The Real Greek, like for like revenues had until recently been slightly behind last year, which the company blamed on tough comparator a year earlier, when the long spring and summer heatwave boosted growth.

'In the current financial year to date, Fulham Shore has opened five Franco Manca pizzeria: in Greenwich, Birmingham, Exeter, Leeds and Edinburgh, all of which have started brightly,' the company said.

At 8:15am: [LON:FUL] The Fulham Shore Plc share price was 0p at 11.1p

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