Centenary Lounge Steams Ahead

Centenary Lounge, Worcester’s popular GWR themed restaurant, reopened its doors on 24th July and has seen the venue returning to normality – even if it is a new kind of normal.

Aasia Baig, owner of the Centenary Lounge group of eateries said,

Every precaution has been taken to ensure that the venue complies with regulations relating to personal spacing and social distancing as the safety of our guests is our most important consideration. We are pleased to see that our loyal clients have been steadily returning and having a great time in our venue.

Since opening there have already been days when the restaurant has been fully booked and this is a trend that is expected to grow as the lockdown rules continue to be eased.  The government’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ programme has been a real success during August and Centenary Lounge, along with around 85,000 other restaurants in the UK, signed up for the scheme.  People who have taken advantage of this programme have had the opportunity to see how well social distancing in restaurants is now working.

Aasia believes that now, more than ever, customer service and a great experience are what will keep customers coming back for more. She pointed out that it’s natural for people to be nervous about eating out again after having spent so much time in lockdown and added that the best way to see how restaurants have evolved is to experience it personally. Centenary Lounge is determined to prove that eating out now can be just as enjoyable as in the past, while still keeping their incredibly high standard for food and hospitality.

Known for being passionate about the golden age of rail travel, Centenary Lounge have also launched a new range of giftware based on the classic art deco styling of the 1930s. Luxury hampers and classic afternoon tea boxes are perfect for picnics, gifts or simply to make someone happy, have recently been made available due to popular demand.

Centenary Lounge Steams Ahead
Centenary Lounge Steams Ahead

You will note some changes when you arrive to the restaurant as we have put new measures and procedures in place in line with the new government guidance, as ensuring the safety of our team and guests is of our utmost highest priority. Bookings are now being taken through our online website or you can call us today on 01905 724242

We have the following changes and guidelines in place which we would appreciate your cooperation with:

  • Hand sanitisers will be placed at designated areas throughout the restaurant for ease.
  • Tables have been placed at a 1metre distance.
  • Staff will take your order and deliver to your table. After this they will limit their interaction with you, so if you require anything further or have any questions please wave for attention.
  • If you feel unwell or show any of the main symptoms, please stay at home.
  • Details will be taken of one person per party for the track and trace system which meets

GDPR requirements.
· Contactless/card payment is the preferred choice of payment

We are making changes throughout our restaurants to adhere to the standard government guidelines and are enforcing new service standards to ensure your safety and that of our Team.  We are also introducing ‘service distancing’ for guests who would like a no contact service when visiting us.

While we keep to the social distancing guidelines, we are also excited to announce there will be some new menu additions very soon and some exciting things happening so watch this space.