Air Sterilisation Makes London Restaurant The ‘Cleanest’ Environment To Eat In A London restaurant chain has taken ‘healthy restaurant’ to a new level after they installed a state-of-the-art air purifier to remove impurities, creating a healthier and more enjoyable experience for customers.
The M restaurant chain – created by the now-Gaucho chief exec Martin Williams – is bidding to make its London Victoria branch the world’s healthiest restaurant this January. The company has taken the extra step by introducing an air sterilisation system in an attempt to take the title.
M Victoria has transformed its Raw Bar into an area of health and wellbeing offering diners a gluten-free “good-gut” taste of Korea menu devised by executive chef Mike Reid with wild fizz kombucha cocktail pairing.
Alongside a health conscious ‘detox menu’ for January, the restaurant believes it has got one over its rivals by installing a cutting-edge Radic8 air sterilisation technology system.
The unique filtration system removes all three categories of air pollution including dirty air (dust, pollen, cigarette smoke), sick air (bacteria, viruses, mould) and toxic air (chemicals from traffic pollution).
“The new system will create a safer space for people will allergies and asthma, as well as killing all airborne viruses such as flu and the common cold,” the company stated. “It should also improve the taste of Mike’s already delicious menu as taste is greatly affected by smell which in turn is reduced by pollution in the air.”
The M restaurant chain claims the installation of the system puts it in running for the title of the world’s first ‘We Share Clean Air’ restaurant.
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