Wisbech Prezzo set to reopen its doors to indoor dining
It’s been a long time coming for the hospitality industry, but fans of Prezzo Wisbech will be excited to hear that doors will be reopening on Monday (17) for indoor dining.
With our unpredictable summer just around the corner, customers will now be able to reunite with friends and family inside, and not be at the mercy of the British weather.
To celebrate the reopening, Prezzo is launching with a bang with an even fuller menu than ever before. Prezzo diners will be able to tuck into some of their Italian classic favourites, including Spaghetti bolognese (also available as a vegan and gluten free option), tiramisu, king prawn & salmon risotto and goats cheese al forno.
But now guests will also be able to choose from new meat-free options, including vegan ‘pepperoni’ pizza and vegan ‘chicken’ and roasted pepper pizza. And for those with a sweet tooth, the new blackcurrant and Prosecco cheesecake is a must-have to finish on a high.
Prezzo is also launching a brand new “Perfect for Lunch” selection. Offering pizzetta style, smaller pizzas and pasta dishes served with a side salad. Perfect for lunch (or any other time you fancy them.)
A restaurant spokesperson said: “We can’t wait to welcome our customers for covid-safe, indoor dining. It’s been a really tough year and we’re so looking forward to having our restaurants buzzing with customers again. Hospitality is what we do, and we’ve missed it so much. Ordering is quick and easy (you can order from your table if you prefer), we’ve been busy training our teams, and prepping and polishing everything. We really are better than ever.”
To ensure the safety of Prezzo’s customers and teams, the following will be in place:
All menus are disposable to ensure no contamination
There is digital ordering so you can order directly from your own smartphone or tablet using the QR code displayed on tables
Standard social distancing markers, hand sanitizers, as well as posters with Public Health England advice before entering
Due to the rule of six / two households restrictions, tables are limited so the advice is to book early and give yourself something to look forward to.