Doncaster's popular Cosmo restaurant re-opens - but customers could be in for a shock
A popular Doncaster all-you-can eat restaurant has finally re-opened its doors.
Cosmo in Doncaster’s Frenchgate Centre has bounced back into business – but there will be no alcohol on sale – and diners will have to follow a wide range of coronavirus rules.
With around-the-world options, it's a place that has something for absoultely everyone – and all of its popular favourites will be back.
There's a carvery, there's a deli, there's continental and there are desserts.
Diners will be able to choose from Asian cuisines, Mexican and Italian dishes and UK favourites.
Last entrance is half an hour before closing and dishes are removed 15 minutes before closing.
In line with coronavirus regulations, the restaurants are advising that where possible, tables are booked.
If you're visiting the buffet, you must sanitise your hands, wear a face covering and wear disposable gloves that will be provided for you.
To comply with the Covid-19 guidelines, the chain has put the following rules in place:
The temperature of all employes has been checked and recorded for two weeks before returning to work, and will continue to be checked every day. Any member of staff displaying symptoms will be excluded from the workplace.
Shift patterns have been adapted to allow staff to travel during off-peak times safely.
The number of tables and chairs has been reduced to ensure social distancing.
There will be a professional deep clean every day with all utensils included
All tables and chairs will be fully and completely cleaned after each guest has left.
All our front of house and back of house teams have PPE readily available to them and are asked to wear them at all times.
A one way system to manage social distancing and avoid congestion.
All team members will complete a rapid lateral flow test twice a week.
Bosses are monitoring all team member travel and anyone returning from aboard will complete the mandatory self-isolation period.
Track & trace – all guests 16 & over will be asked to scan the NHS QR code, if this is not possible written details will be taken and stored for the mandatory 21 days. Any guests refusing to leave their details will be asked to return once this restriction has been lifted.