Ventnor restaurant Cantina is going the extra mile for its customers throughout the Coronavirus crisis.
The government guidelines, advising the public to avoid pubs, clubs, theatres or restaurants during the Coronavirus Pandemic, has left Island hospitality and tourism companies needing to urgently reassess their business model to avoid going under.
The popular bakery and restaurant announced on its Facebook page that the Cantina team – alongside sister-restaurant Stripped – would be offering their services to anyone in Ventnor who is self-isolating, in particular the elderly and vulnerable in the community.
The team have introduced a free delivery service for any item on the menu, which from Monday, would also include budget meat and vegetarian options. Due to the restaurant’s close vicinity to Boots, Seasons and Co-op, the team will also happily pick up a few essential items that customers may be in need of as part of the delivery.
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