01 Jul SOUL Society – bringing some normalcy in the new normal
When the government announced a new Conditional Movement Control Order to be in effect from 4th May 2020, it opened the doors to many businesses to resume operations. Among them were restaurants and cafes.
For SOUL Society, the company that manages F&B outlets SOULed OUT, Hubba Mont Kiara, WIP, Tujo and Goa by Sapna, the decision to reopen wasn’t an easy one. While they look forward to welcoming back their regular customers and nearby residents for dine-in, they were well aware of the need to be vigilant during these trying times. Their aim was to bring some normalcy back after what must have been a long and tiring journey for everyone, while still making the safety and well-being of their customers their key priority.
For those who still prefer staying at home, SOUL Society started its own delivery service, with their entire menu from all their outlets available to enjoy while staying in. Included in this delivery service are the famous Mojitos from SOULed OUT’s mixologists. Known as KL’s best Mojitos, SOUL Society has packaged these tantalising thirst-quenching cocktails in a nice takeaway bottle for customers to drink at home.
For those who still would like to soak in the atmosphere at any one of SOUL Society’s outlets, be assured that all necessary health and safety precautions have been taken to protect everyone on the premises; guests and serving team alike. They are, but not limited to:
• only offer a 30% seating capacity ensuring physical space for movement amongst the guests and serving team
• tables arranged 2.0m apart
• sanitisers placed all around the premises
• contactless menus and payment methods available
• stringent entry protocols to safeguard against any unsuspecting patrons
• sanitisation personnel to frequently sanitise all shared surfaces
SOUL Society hopes that with these steps in place, customers will feel reassured and secure when dining with them and that this will bring back some normalcy in what is now the new normal.