Woodys barbecue food and drinks in the United Kingdom has become a big drawcard for British visitors.
The latest numbers from the British Barbecue Association (BBA) show the restaurant has earned more than £1.8bn for the UK since opening in 2014.
The restaurant has become the UK’s biggest selling barbecue food source, earning more than 3.3 million pounds in revenue last year.
Its revenue from barbecue food in the U.K. has increased from £6m in 2013 to £10.4m in 2014, the latest figures show.
It has a total of 1,600 locations, including the four locations in Manchester.
The BBA said the average annual turnover for Woodys has increased to £5.4 million, with the majority of its customers coming from the U-K.
It is owned by the owner of the Michelin-starred French restaurant in London’s Piccadilly Circus.
The number of visits to the Woodys, where a new restaurant opened last year, has grown significantly in recent years.
Its popularity with British tourists has been growing steadily over the last two years.
Last year, the BBA reported that Woodys saw more than a third of all visits to its restaurants.
The company’s website now has a page for people to visit and book a barbecue.
It said its restaurants were popular with locals as well as tourists, and that there was a demand for its products, as well.
Its restaurants include a branch in Manchester and branches in London and Birmingham.