itsu is going cashless after successful trial

itsu is going cashless after successful trial

itsu, the British chain of Asian-inspired fast food shops, is rolling out cashless payments.

“We trialled this earlier in the year at stores with the highest percentage of card transactions in order to assess customer feedback before rolling out to others,” a spokesperson told RTIH. “We now have 12 and have plans to continue as the response so far has been largely positive.”

The venture currently has 73 shops in London, Cambridge, Oxford, Reading, Leeds, Stansted Airport and Heathrow Terminal 5. It claims that cashless stores provide faster service, are more sustainable than their cash accepting counterparts and are safer for its team and customers. 

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