When setting up a restaurant, many entrepreneurs spend much time on the location, staff, plan, and design. However, in the modern age, a successful hotel should invest in online presence through social media as well as having a responsive website. The following is a list of features that a restaurant website should have.
Mobility and Responsiveness
You should arrange the website’s content in a way that its easily accessible on mobile and desktop mode. There is no need to have a website if it takes too long to load or which users cannot access some pages.
The information on the website should be accurate and not misleading to the visitor. This information includes opening and closing hours, menu prices, contact information, offers, among others. People will gauge the type of guest services you offer based on the accuracy of the information on the website and what they find when visiting the facility.
Most people will want to see the menu before they eat at a restaurant. Your menu should be easily accessible and shareable on the homepage. If possible, include the prices and time taken to prepare particular types of meals.