Keeping You Safe - Bistrot Pierre

Keeping You Safe

Bistrot Update

How we’re keeping you safe

We are committed to ensuring you enjoy the Bistrot experience you know and love, whilst ensuring a safe environment for yourselves and our teams, so as well as working with the latest English and Welsh Government’s guidance we will continue to have measures in place to ensure everyone’s safety.

Please read below to find out more on the steps we’re taking to keep you and our teams safe.

 Covid Rules

Your safety and the safety of our teams is our number one priority. We have listened to our teams and our customers to ensure that we create a a safe environment for all in our Bistrots. Below are details of the measures that will place to ensure you feel as safe as possible when dining in our Bistrots.

Table Spacing: We will ensure a safe space between tables and guests and there will be adequate space server to move freely between tables whilst maintaining a 1m distance when taking orders.

Perspex screens: We will continue to use Perspex screens to provide greater safety between tables

Table service only: Table service is what we do best, so sit back, relax and let us do the work! In our Bar sites you are able to place your order at the bar but we kindly ask that you do not sit at the bar OR consume food and drinks at the bar. Please find a table and your drinks and food will be brought to you.

Face masks: It is no longer a legal requirement for you to wear a face mask when in our Bistrots. We respect the individual choice of our team members and customers so please what makes you feel comfortable and the wearing of masks is at your discretion and comfort.

Group bookings: Tables of up to 12 people can be booked online, for tables of 12 or more, please contact your local Bistrot and they will work with you to organise your booking.

Track & Trace:  At least one member of each party is required to provide their contact details.

Hand Sanitiser Stations: These will remain in all Bistrots for customer and team member use.

Last updated: 1st February 2022