We are a COVID-19 Secure Restaurant

We are up to date and are following the latest government guidance on COVID-19 and reducing risk in the restaurant environment.
Our measures include the wearing of face masks by our team and fewer tables designated for dining to ensure our customers’ safety (and comfort) and the safety of our team.


We encourage reservations to be made either directly with us or via OpenTable. This allows us to have some foresight with regards to our staffing levels and helps us to appropriately manage our health and safety protocols.

Each reservation is allocated for 1 hour 45 mins, which will allow us time to sanitise seating, tables and communal areas between bookings.

Limited walk-in availability to our seated Bar or outside tables is usually available but we strongly advise you to book. 

Staff PPE Use

We wear masks when serving our customers.

We use gloves in our kitchen and in front of house for some aspects of our service where we deem it appropriate but hand washing before, during and after tasks is our preference. Please do not be alarmed if we do not wear gloves. We religiously wash our hands after every customer interaction and will ask you to regularly sanitise your hands with our alcohol herbal sanitiser while you are with us.

Track & Trace Policy

The government requires Park’s Edge Bar & Kitchen to collect personal tracing data from each person attending our restaurant to help fight COVID 19. We are required to keep a temporary record of your data for 21 days. All members of a dining party must provide their contact details or scan the NHS Covid app QR code for Track and Trace, rather than just the lead booker.

We will look after your data and privacy and your data will be kept securely. Your data will not be passed to anyone except on the request of relevant health authorities (HSE / PHE etc) and only in the event that we are requested to do so. We will never sell or provide your data to any commercial 3rd parties. Further clarification on GDPR will be announced by the government and we will update our Privacy Policy with the new guidance, once published.