As COVID-19 restrictions on restaurants and bars are lifted, physical menus may be a source of uncertainty for guests interested in returning to your establishment. Eliminate unnecessary contact between servers and guests by offering no-touch QR code menus.
What is a QR code menu?
A QR code menu is a square code that guests can scan with their mobile phone to instantly view a digital version of your menu. It helps restaurants and bars comply with health recommendations and regulations by promoting service techniques that minimize contact.
How Do No-touch Menus Work?
No-touch menus prevent the spread of germs and viruses such as COVID-19 that are transferred through contaminated surfaces. Here’s how it works:
Restaurants and bars sign on to join the SpotMenus network. After registering for your free trial, your business can print its unique QR code on signage of your choice.
Place the QR codes around your establishment. The QR codes can be placed on signs, table tents, coasters, window clings, door stickers, ordering stations or virtually any surface. Having multiple QR codes makes it convenient for guests to access one whenever they wish to view the menu.
Guests scan a QR code using the camera on their mobile phone and will instantly be directed to a web page with your menu. Guests do not need to register, pay a fee, provide personal information, or deal with advertisements. All they need to do is scan the QR code and they’ll receive the menu, distraction-free.
From end to end, the entire experience is touch-free. Because guests are able to use a QR code to view the menu on their personal device, there’s no need for them to handle a physical menu. A no-touch menu entirely eliminates unnecessary contact when ordering so that your guests and employees can confidently enjoy the dining experience.
Ready to offer no-touch menus at your restaurant or bar?
Creating a QR code menu goes a long way in protecting your customers and employees. Get started in just a few minutes by signing on to the SpotMenus network to start a 90-day free trial.