WHAT IS THE NEW NORMAL FOR THE RESTAURANT INDUSTRY: AN INSIGHT FROM OUR EXPERTS AT FINE DINING RESTA
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COVID-19 has changed the way people dine out. The situation has changed the way restaurants have always operated in the past. Today, consumer preference has changed, and so the restaurants have shifted their focus towards serving much healthier meals. Unlike earlier, food is more health-focused even when you dine out. The restaurant industry has learned from its experience that consumers have become more health-conscious.
The pandemic has made each one of us aware of the vital role of immunity. Therefore, restaurants, especially fine dining restaurants are including herbaceous super greens in new food experiments. At Xperience, we have also embraced this change positively and we are trying to include healthy greens in our dishes. Also, sustenance is not our goal. We want our guests to feel good after dining in at our fine dining restaurant in Ontario.
Let’s discuss some applauding ways in which the restaurant industry has moved itself according to new customer behavior, after the onset of Coronavirus.
XPERIENCE IS A FINE DINING RESTAURANT IN ONTARIO
We will illustrate how restaurants are thriving during the pandemic 2021
Restaurants, especially the fine dining restaurants in Ontario have learned that pandemic has a lot to teach and they have a lot to embrace. Today, consumers have become more health-conscious. Hence, the restaurants including us have made a quick move to serve plant-infused beverages. Highlighting superfoods on our menu is a great way to instill confidence among our guests about the food we serve.
The equation at the bar has changed too. A larger shift from alcoholic to non-alcoholic beverages has been observed within a short span of one year. Today, tropical tea slingers or kiwi-infused beverages are more in demand rather than a tequila shot. A healthy cocktail is a new trend among Canadian consumers. They often come to us with their healthy choices and we feel elated to serve them their beverages with super-foods infused in them. Infused, cultured, and fermented drinks are slowly overpowering traditional drinks at the bar. Sangria sorbets, chocolate milkshakes, bourbon classics are more in demand than earlier, and this trend will continue to grow among the millennials. The pandemic will lead to modest drinking choices in the next generations, and it’s good for everyone.
What is in the kitchen of a fine dining restaurant today?
The kitchen of a fine dining restaurant has made many healthy replacements such as the inclusion of purely organic products and vegetables, in-house purees, natural bitters, whole foods, and even plant-based foods. All of this contributes towards creating a healthy customer base, rather than just developing a clientele.
Cleanliness beyond the kitchen
Fine dining restaurants in Ontario, especially Xperience have also learned that people fear visiting a damp place for dining purposes. Especially when COVID-19 guidelines illustrate otherwise. Well, fine dining restaurants have no match in cleanliness, yet the same has been taken on a serious note from the authorities. Restaurants are cleaned after two hours of each dine-in batch. To give our guests an appeal of a completely safe fine dining restaurant is our top priority. We want you to keep coming back for more good reasons to celebrate with us, and our food especially.
We understand people are already stressed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. We do not want you to have more suffering by struggling to eat at a poorly maintained restaurant. Therefore, we have taken appropriate measures to endorse ourselves as the top clean fine dining restaurant in Ontario. When you eat at Xperience, you will have the experience of a lifetime, and that’s what we crave. You are our priority, and your safety our responsibility!
Chefs at Xperience are trying to leverage woo-fire cooking to get you the maximum benefit out of your dishes. Wood-fire cooking not only enhances flavor but also prepares a sumptuous dish with packed nutrients.