Why Menus Are Bad News For Restaurant Owners

Written by Papershop on 01/09/2020

It's coming towards the end of lockdown for many countries, and with the possibility of a second lockdown still looming over us, many restaurant owners are coming up with innovative ways to best ensure their restaurant is covid compliant. But what does covid compliance really entail, and how much is it going to cost me?

The Problem

The major issue with restaurants in the covid climate are menus. It's been widely publicized in recent weeks that menus carry more germs than toilet seats. This is a disaster for restaurant owners who find themselves with little alternatives to printed menus. Re-opening can be a stressful time for restaurant owners. With little assistance from governments, many restaurants are forced to remain closed. PPE gear is costly, yet a requirement when interacting with customers.

The Solution

The Papershop team has been working hard over the lockdown to create a working alternative to printed menus. We replace menus with contactless menu cards. These can be placed on tables, and your customers simply tap their phone off a card to access a digital menu. It's a complete solution for all your customer needs. We even make it easy to collect contact information from customers (which is becoming a requirement for restaurants in many parts of the world). Not only this, Papershop makes menu management straightforward. Many restaurant owners have started using sites like JustEat, Deliveroo & UberEats to enable their customers to order food online. These options are covid-friendly, but time-consuming. Handling menus across all of these websites is difficult, and often means menus are left outdated. Papershop solves this, by automatically taking cares of all updates to these platforms on your behalf. Papershop even automatically generates a printable menu, in the rare instance it's needed. Getting started with Papershop is simple! Click here to get started today!