Cyrus Todiwala has outlined some of the measures he has taken to make his award-winning Café Spice Namasté restaurant Covid-secure as the industry operates under tough new conditions.
Mr Todiwala has implemented changes in accordance with government guidance, so returning customers can feel relaxed and confident to enjoy his signature Indian and Parsee dishes.
One of his key beliefs is that if operators are to reassure customers about the safety of their venues, they will need to supplement manual cleaning with the latest technologies. In doing this, operators can prove they are going the extra mile to look after customers’ well-being.
Diners returning to Café Spice have been assured not only by the physical changes they have seen, such as sanitisation stations, a new layout for the dining room and disinfecting tables and chairs after each use, but also by the measures that have been implemented back-of-house.
In a video shot by Mechline Developments, which can be viewed above or by clicking HERE, Mr Todiwala explains how he has installed several of the company’s HyGenikx units, in the kitchen, cold rooms and changing rooms, to combat the hidden dangers that neither he, nor his customers, can see, such as viruses in the air and on surfaces.
Working 24 hours a day, seven days a week, HyGenikx is specifically designed for hospitality locations and effectively works not only against viruses, but also odours and bacteria, even when employees are in the room.
“The HyGenikx system helps people to do things in a better way,” he said. If I had my way I’d install it everywhere. It keeps the air and surfaces free of any bacteria and viruses which is a great plus point and in a restaurant environment it’s an added bonus to a customer.
“I show them the sticker we have and explain that we are looking after their interests and it makes people feel even more comfortable. It’s a one off investment that will make your place much better and safer for all the people that walk in and better still gives you something to shout about.”