Dining at a Deja Food Restaurant (either in house, for takeout, or for delivery) will include a 10% service charge, to cover costs not seen by guests. This service charge goes towards all employee wages both front of house and back of house.
If you have additional questions, feel free to call us at 608-251-2700 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deja Food Restaurant Group has been closely monitoring the situation regarding the spread of the coronavirus and the COVID-19 illness it causes. The health and safety of the guests and staff are what matter most to us. As this growing health crisis is fluid, we will continue to adjust our standard operating procedures as needed and will provide updates on this page. Please be patient with us as we navigate through the guidelines and restrictions that we are mandated to follow. We will post all updates regarding safety protocols on social media and this page to finalize our plans. Thank you for your continued support and we can’t wait to see you!
What we are doing to protect our guests and employees
Following all current CDC and Public Health Guidelines as they are updated.
All of our menus will be available online. We encourage guests to use them throughout their dining experience to limit the amount of waste of single-use menus.
Self-screening - we encourage and appreciate all guests to perform self-health screenings.
Thoroughly wash your hands on a frequent basis with soap and warm water for 15-20 seconds. Use sanitizer dispensers to keep your hands clean if washing your hands is not immediately possible.
For more information on the current Emergency Order please click here.
To improve air quality in our restaurant we installed an ionized air filtration and purification system. Our property owner, ULI installed needlepoint bi-polar ionization technology by Global Plasma Solutions (GPS) throughout their commercial office buildings. Test results released by Innovation Bioanalysis on June 2nd, 2020 demonstrate a 99.4% kill rate of SARS-COV-2 (COVID19) when using needlepoint bi-polar ionization technology. This technology is used in facilities like the Mayo Clinic, Children’s Hospital Boston, Duke Medical, Harvard University, Google, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, US DOD, and all branches of the US Military.