I wondered if I could ask for a minute of your time. Over recent weeks here in WA our lives, and the health and well-being of our families, has been thrown into turmoil through the threat of the Covid19 virus. We all face the same uncertainty and worry about future developments. But, as a collective, the one positive thing we can all do is be as prepared as we can to meet this looming challenge head-on.
To that end, I have been in discussion with my crew about what we can do, as a company and individuals, to safeguard of our customers and team members by minimizing our risk of exposure to this virus. The high standards of cleanliness we have always maintained in our kitchen, storage and serving areas, has made it easier for us to ramp up our level of awareness and commitment to creating an even more hygienic environment.
Some of the additional steps we have taken include the installation of hand soap dispensers for customers, increased frequency of cleaning of all areas (including wiping down of food preparation and serving stations) as well as re-briefing staff on all mandatory sanitation and hygiene requirements.
These are difficult times for us all, but now, more than ever, it’s vital that small businesses like ours and the community that we serve, work together to support each other.
That being said, if you or anyone you know is struggling in our community – please let us know so that we may be able to offer some sort of assistance and support. An act of kindness costs nothing but gives so much hope in return.
In order to minimize unnecessary contact, can we suggest you consider the following:
Minimize the exchange of cash by using contactless payment or eftpos.
Ordering online and pre-pay by card to reduce wait times and exposure in store
Take advantage of our drive-thru service
Place your order by phone 9255-3099
Place an order through our UberEats delivery service
Finally, I’d like to thank you for all your support over the years and we hope that everyone takes care during this difficult time.
Stay safe and well,