Restaurants and cafes at the Oracle Boulevard in Broadbeach have joined forces to keep their businesses alive during the global pandemic.
After closing their doors to patrons as part of the government’s coronavirus restrictions, the restaurants, together with Oracle Centre Management, came up with a creative way to keep their kitchens open and continue to provide delicious food to Gold Coasters.
They developed a Dial + Drive-Thru service, which allows Gold Coasters to call up and order meals from a great selection of restaurants, and then pick it up from one central collection point.
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Owner of Mamasan Kitchen & Bar Lauren Duitsch told myGC the Dial + Drive-Thru has been a great collaboration with all of the other restaurants at the Oracle.
“Its definitely helped us keep going these past few weeks. Our customers have been loving it, they have definitely been missing Mamasan so at least they can now get a bit of the restaurant at home,” she said.
Supervisor for Social Eating House, Sandra Katrina Eglinton, said the service has allowed the business to keep operating during a challenging time.
“The global pandemic has been really tough for us, but we are slowly getting there. The drive thru has been helping us, we’ve been getting busier and busier every single week,” she said.
Find out how the Oracle Boulevard Dial + Drive-Thru works in the video below:
The restaurants and cafes foodies can choose to order from include Mamasan, Social Eating House, Orzo, Cuban Bar & Lounge Dining, Meccabah, No Name Lane, The Lamb Shop, Broadbeach Pizzeria, Guzman y Gomez and Noodle Broadbeach.
For more information on the Oracle Boulevard Dial + Drive-Thru service, and to place an order, visit: theoracleboulevard.com.au/drivethru/