Updated on: 3/18/20 A Message from MAIDO regarding COVID-19
Updated on 3/18/2020
As Governor Tom Wolf announced on March 16, 2020, MAIDO will suspend the dine-in service until further notice. However, we will continue to offer takeout menu items and you can also order delivery from Caviar, or Doordash. Also, our grocery store is operating as normal.
The kitchen closes an hour before the store closing time until further notice.
Updated on 3/13/2020
We would like to thank all of you for your continuous support. Your health and safety is our utmost priority now and always. We have been monitoring the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to make sure we are always up to date with official recommendations, and we wanted to share our steps given the concerns posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
We have maintained very high standards of sanitation in our store since we opened, but we have been taking extra precautions to keep the store sanitized and clean.
Increased Grocery Area Cleaning: wipe down all surfaces including doorknobs, phones, shelves, shopping cares, POS stations with sanitizer wipes and alcohol. This is in addition to our standard deep cleaning after closing the store.
Increased Restaurant Area Cleaning: wipe down all surfaces of doorknobs, phones, tables, chairs, high-chairs, menus, POS stations with sanitizer wipes and alcohol. This is in addition to our standard deep cleaning after closing the store.
Education: we keep our employees up to date to make sure we can take proper steps to maintain our customers’ and employees’ safety and health.
Lastly…. We encourage all our customers to wash their hands before you eat at the restaurant. Although we are confident in our food safety efforts, your hands can touch a multitude of things before your visit to Maido!
We are aware that this situation is very serious and evolving quickly. As of now, we will continue to operate with regular store hours. We will keep you informed of any changes to store hours on our website and Facebook. As always, we appreciate your patronage.
You can learn more about the coronavirus on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.