Coronavirus – Covid-19 – The Tannin Level – British Restaurant in Harrogate

Coronavirus – Covid-19

Whilst ever we are allowed to stay open during the current outbreak of Covid-19, we want to create an environment in which all our guests and staff feel comfortable, safe and protected. We are therefore working hard following the advice from both the Government and the NHS in an effort to avoid unnecessary risks for both our guests and our staff and detail below the measures both we and our guests should undertake:

The Restaurant

Whilst we always clean our surfaces, dining tables etc with a professional grade sanitiser after every use, this is being stepped up to include all door handles and any other surface with which a guest might come into contact during their visit. Any utensils that our guests and staff may come into contact with within the restaurant are thoroughly sterilised after every use. 


Any staff feeling unwell, particularly with a cough or fever will be asked to self-isolate at home in line with Government guidelines. This includes staff who live with or have been in contact with any other person showing these symptoms.

All staff are washing their hands every 20 minutes during their shift in line with Government and NHS guidelines.


If you feel unwell, particularly if you have a new persistent cough and / or a fever, please follow Government guidelines and self-isolate. Please don’t visit the restaurant until your symptoms are completely clear.

Please wash your hands when you arrive at the restaurant and continue to do so whenever practical during your stay. Please also be aware that for both the safety of staff and guests, we have asked staff to avoid any physical contact with guests, such as shaking hands.

We would like to thank you all for continuing to support your local businesses, and for your help and understanding. Of course, if you’re fit and well, we very much look forward to welcoming you to The Tannin Level soon!

You can find more information on Covid-19 here:

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