Since reopening, we have been following the stringent Covid-secure protocols we successfully introduced at our restaurant last year, and will continue doing so.
As our suppliers gear themselves back up for service, some ingredients and some dishes on our menus may not be available. In the short term, therefore, the descriptions on menus may not always accurately reflect the contents of the dish. This means if you have any dietary requirements, it is really important that you speak to a member of the team before placing your order.
We advise and encourage our guests to use contactless payments. The contactless payment limit is £45, and you can always use Apple Pay or Google Pay.
Download and register on our app to be able to make a booking, view our menus and use our pay at table service.
For our English and Welsh guests and team members, the wearing of masks is a personal preference.
Guests in Scotland, please note that it is mandatory for all guests to wear face coverings whilst not seated in our restaurants.
We will continue our thorough cleaning protocols, keeping you safe all day, every day. As usual, tables will be cleaned between guests.
Scotland and Wales: Please note that it is mandatory for all guests to provide contact details for Test and Trace purposes, and if this is not provided, we cannot serve you.
Our teams continue to work tirelessly to ensure we can operate safely and provide the same level of great service.
We’ve compiled a list of questions and answers that will explain your visit to us. These changes ensure we can meet the advice from the UK Government to keep our guests and teams safe.
We ask all our guests to be respectful of these policies.
If you have any of the following symptoms, please do not visit our restaurants:
To ensure you get a table at your preferred time, we advise our guests to book online.
Please note that it is mandatory for all guests to wear face coverings whilst not seated in our restaurants.
Please note that it is mandatory for all guests to provide contact details for Test and Protect Scotland, and if this is not provided, we cannot serve you.
For more information please see our FAQs