September 4, 2020
According to the COVID-19 recovery strategy document published by the UK government hospitality businesses will be able to reopen no earlier than 4th July.
In order to reopen cafes and restaurants must meet the COVID-19 secure guidelines which are expected to include rules on social distancing, protection of staff and increased hygiene measures.
If you have a restaurant or cafe and are hoping to reopen this summer one of the changes you will need to consider is the way you present your menu to customers. It’s likely that traditional plastic table menus will no longer be allowed under the guidelines, owing to their risk of virus transmission, while disposable paper menus will be costly for your business and, not to mention, bad for the environment.
A better, more Covid-secure way to offer your menu is online, where customers can browse their menu on their phone and order with your staff.
Even if you don’t have a website you can create and host a menu online with Pomelo Pay’s Menu Maker. Our new product is carefully designed for restaurants and cafes who want to be Covid-secure.
Whether you’ve sold out of one dish or need to add something new, you can easily switch up your menu with simple edit features.
With the Pomelo Pay app you can make changes to your dishes on the move.
Each online menu comes with a scannable QR code. All you have to do is display the code in your restaurant and customers can scan it with their phones to view the menu.
Simply click the link below, enter your details and start creating your menu.
Currently sign up is on desktop only but are we working hard to make this available on all devices. Get a head start by going to your desktop computer or laptop and start creating!
Tiziania, owner of mobile food business Heartmelts, doubled her orders with Pomelo Pay. Read more to find out how!
Vincent Choi, CEO of Pomelo Pay joins the FinTech Magazine Podcast to talk about contactless payments, the importance of QR codes and the impact of the pandemic and Brexit for the fintech industry.