Restaurants are partially reopening, and Rockwell is taking extra precautions
Now, you need to make reservations and fill out a health declaration form before you can dine in any of their restaurants
Jun 18, 2020
With restaurants being given the go signal to partially resume operations, malls have also beefed up their health and safety measures to comply with the Inter-agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases’ standards. One of these is Rockwell, who have recently released a list of restaurants that will be operational at Power Plant Mall, Santolan Town Plaza, and The Grove Retail Row.
As we return to dine-in, we’ve put in place heightened safety protocols for your health and peace of mind. Read more…
As we return to dine-in, we’ve put in place heightened safety protocols for your health and peace of mind. Read about…
Here is the list of stores and restaurants that are open to serve you starting June 15. Kindly check our page for updates.
Aside from a list of operational restaurants, Rockwell also announced additional measures that they will be adopting to ensure a safe dining experience for both restaurant staff and customers.
To prevent queueing at the waiting area, customers are encouraged to make table reservations with pre-allocated time slots. Health declaration forms will also be available for customers to fill out before entering, which can be accessed via QR code.
Aside from installing protective barriers, contact between customers and restaurant staff will also be minimized through digital menus and cashless payment options that can be accessed through QR code.
To ensure that orders are prepared safely, restaurant staff members will be in complete protective gear and will be practicing physical distancing measures in the kitchen, counter and dining areas.
Header image courtesy of The Rockwellist
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