With second lockdown, our plans for reopening when it is safe has been postponed. We apologise in advance for those wishing to come in, but our priority has been to keep our team and customers as safe as possible - we believe that the lowest risk for us is to only serve takeaways at present.
So whilst we are not opening up for 'dine in' our aim is that customers can still have good quality Chinese food in safety.
We have invested heavily in our takeaway service, making it easier for customers to order and collect. We have made significant changes in the restaurant to make the whole process from cooking to serving more efficient, whilst taking into consideration the safety of our team and customers.
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Keeping our Customers & Team safe
We have implemented extra measures to help protect you and our team during this pandemic.
There have been some changes in the way we conduct our business, but our priority is making sure we are looking out for you and our team.
To help create a safe experience for everyone, we have enhanced our high standard of cleanliness even further and introduced a number of additional measures and changes to our restaurant.
In addition to deep cleaning our restaurant, we are cleaning equipment and surfaces more frequently. In order to help practise social distancing, we have opened with fewer people working to provide a safer environment, so please bear with us during peak times on Friday and Saturday evenings. We thank you in advance for your patience.
We have also installed additional screens and reconfigured the reception area, to facilitate pickups with social distancing.
We offer an online 'non-contact service' - a 'curbside drop-off', where a runner will bring food to your car.
We also offer a 'non-contact delivery' service, which covers most of Milton Keynes.
Located by our entrance you will find contact free hand sanitising stations and the QR code for the NHS track and trace.