Shop Local, Think Local with KuulEats Local

We’re Kuul and we’re delighted to have launched KuulEats Local, an online marketplace enabling independent businesses to sell more products to a local audience. Using the same ground-breaking – but not bank-breaking – technology as the dine-in, restaurant focused ‘parent’ KuulEats product, KuulEats Local creates an online community of buyers and sellers, allowing shoppers to …

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Re-thinking Diversity

What is diversity? According to the dictionary, diversity is the presence of difference and yet I am often struck  by how diversity is frequently misconceived as solely focusing on the protected characteristics of sex, gender reassignment, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marriage and civil partnership and pregnancy and maternity. If we are …

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Why We Started KuulEats

By CEO Simon Rand We took a break from being Kuul – tiring work but someone’s got to do it – and caught up with CEO Simon Rand over a few oysters and glasses of the fizzy stuff to get the low down on everything KuulEats and beyond. Q: So why did you and Claire …

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Keep a Kuul Head…

A Post Covid-19 Survival Guide For Restaurateurs
We all know that the past few months of 2020 have been bewildering for all of us to say the least. Confusing headlines, shifting messages and strict – then loose and, in some cases, strict again – social distancing rules to deter another devastating onslaught of Covid-19, have left many a restauranteur confused and anxious about how not only to survive, but thrive.

Two new KuulPubs sign up to the KuulEats Family!

We’re feeling as pleased as summer punch about life here at Kuul, as two gorgeous pub/restaurants have just joined the KuulEats family: The Skimmington Castle and The Fox & Hounds Wroughton.

Project Restaurant Restart – Zero Touch

The Premier League may have Project Restart, but we have ‘Project Restaurant Restart’. Forget empty stadiums with fake crowd noises, this is real people dining al fresco and nattering in an excited fashion. Yes, we know we have to express caution, but how exciting will that be? We can’t wait.

With whispers coming through that the ‘Save Summer Six’ are pushing for some hospitality venues with outside space to be able to open from July 4th, it looks like the mad dash by restaurateurs to get back to a fully functioning restaurant again isn’t far away.

But what does that look like and how will your restaurant shape up?

In our previous blog Four Ways To Future Proof Your Restaurant post Covid-19, we addressed ways you can make sure that your restaurant doesn’t fall victim again to uncontrollable circumstances. But, for now, let’s look forward to what reopening for your restaurant might look like and tell you how you can gain your customers’ confidence in order for them to dine with you again.