1. Choose music carefully.
Choosing the right background music for restaurants is key to providing a good catering experience. It is a user experience.
2. Never serve food that has expired.
The day or date indicated by the food production facility may not exceed the date of use of the manufacturer if the manufacturer has set a date of use based on food safety. Home-grown groceries are consumed almost on the same day.
3. Keep the restaurant spotless.
Kitchen, floors, dining room, toilets. Excellent food attracts gourmets to restaurants. But clean, well-kept dining and kitchen areas persuade you to keep coming back. By keeping the restaurant clean, our tables never have to wait for customers.
4. Make deliberate choices with lighting.
Like magic, lighting in a restaurant works best when you don’t see it working at all. We want you to feel comfortable, unencumbered and satisfied. In every context of the senses.