Only half of the seating capacity being permitted at the restaurants in ‘The Walk’ Worldmark to ensure a safe, comfortable, and convenient drinking & dining experience.
The Government permitting liquor to be served at restaurants from September 9 is a much welcome decision after a 5 plus month hiatus. ‘The Walk’ at Worldmark Aerocity, home to some of the top gourmet restaurants, cafes, and bars in Delhi-NCR is geared up to serve its customers with their favourite drink once again along with world class delectable food keeping safety and comfort in mind.
With only half of the seating capacity being permitted and contactless dining already in place, Worldmark is taking all possible measures to ensure a comfortable and convenient dining experience in a safe and hygiene environment for its customers. However, it has laid down a strict code of safety measures to ensure the highest standards of health and hygiene for customers and servers. As a part of its COVID safety rules, no customers would be allowed to enter without mask and entry would be allowed only post thermal screening.
Speaking on the new set of protocols in place to welcome customers to Worldmark Aerocity, Mr. Mohit Pruthi, Head of Retail and Marketing at Bharti Realty, said, “This is a much desired step, as this will help in generating more employment; many will get their livelihood back now; people are looking forward to getting back to normalcy but only with an assurance of safety. The guidelines we follow at our developments are part of a comprehensive SOP by ‘Bharti Care’, the facility management function of Bharti Realty, in line with the SOPs issued by Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) to all functioning establishments to operate responsibly. Safety being the top-most priority, we are all set to welcome and provide a pleasant experience to our customers.”
Worldmark Aerocity, in line with government guidelines has also put in place special protocols like contactless temperature screening, touch-free sanitizer dispersion, contactless dining, effective crowd management to allow physical distancing, periodic sanitization of common surfaces and several other steps for diners to feel safe and secure inside the premise.