How safe is street food in Palau

Street food

Book in advance

London's Seven Dials Market in Covent Garden announced its reopening after the Covid lockdown with the following information ... “Our health and safety measures are more comprehensive than ever before (temperature controls, tracing, lower occupancy, seating at a distance, hygiene stations for hand disinfection and all orders via a Click & Collect platform), but we are still us, the location is still a rarity - great and spectacular - and the food, created, cooked and served by our brilliant suppliers, tastes better than that ever. "

Customers who want to eat there must Book in advance to avoid disappointment. Only a limited number of walk-in customers are allowed in each day. There is therefore no guarantee that you will get a seat without prior booking.

Walk-in customers only

In the north of England, The Picturedrome in Macclesfield, Market House Alty in Altrincham and Mackie Mayor in Manchester have quickly adapted to the new circumstances brought about by COVID-19. The operator continues to let in walk-in customers and explains: “All of our locations adhere to the social distancing rules. This is supported by our exclusively app-based ordering and payment system, which also collects information for tracking. You need to download Alt.Eats to your phone and set up an account before you can order and pay. "

The app enables guests to set up an account, order food at the table and pay for it. This avoids many unnecessary journeys. With the app, the operator was able to open up an additional business area and introduced a take-away service.