Published on : Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Kiju’s restaurant is all set to welcome guests amidst the most unprecedented times. Prolonged lockdown and threats from virus infection forced Kiju to remain un-operational for several months and adjust to survive during the period by delivering groceries instead. It has now made it official that Kiju will start operating at Membertou Trade and Convention Centre, and it has begun serving again from Saturday, after a closure of six months owing to Covid-19 threats.
In order to survive during the toughest times, they delivered grocery boxes and also reduced employee, however, the staffs are excited now to get back to work since the restaurant is operational. Chef Shaun Zwarun, one of the oldest staff working for past eight years shared his excitement as the restaurant decided to reopen.
The restaurant is operational from 5 pm and is expected to begin live entertainment from 6 to 9 pm soon. The restaurant is located inside of the Membertou Trade and Convention Centre. The Chef also remarked that they have brought some changes in the menu and reduced items while encouraging visitors to check out specialdishes and visitors may now find healthy options while dining in at a safe and healthy environment.
Alteration in the existing layout such as glass barriers have been installed to maintain distance at the cash register and host station, tables are placed six feet apart, and staffs are wearing masks while serving. Customers may remove masks while eating, and if someone is without one, will be provided as he enters the restaurant.
Hand sanitizer is mandatory and sanitization of the building is done regularly. Even they have set up hand-sanitizer station throughout the building and invested in disinfectant fogger machines to spray disinfectant throughout community- owned buildings. Taking right measures they are all set to re-start business by ensuring customer safety and elimination of threats from virus infection.