Help Center : Covid -19

In just a few weeks, COVID-19 has transformed from something we were following on the news to a worldwide pandemic that has had a very significant impact on our day to day lives as well as our travel plans. We have actively been monitoring updates from the CDC, and our Government to help us manage through this rapidly evolving situation.

1. Guidelines for our staff.

We have always strictly recommend that our Chefs and staff adopt safety food practices as well as proper hand hygiene to reduce exposure and transmission of a range of illnesses. Below you can find our obligatory measures we will continue to take on food handling during a service with you.

Precautions taken by our Chefs and Staff



  • Frequent washing of hands in between handling raw and cooked foods. Good hygiene and sanitation are important to us to avoid cross contamination between different types of food.

  • Washing the fresh produce as thoroughly as possible. Although there is no evidence that viruses could survive on the surface of food, doing this precautionary measure helps remove potentially harmful microorganisms.

  • Thorough cooking and proper handling of raw meat products. Since viruses are very sensitive to heat, cooking food to the proper temperature is essential.

  • Surfaces and objects, including glasses, plates, bowls, cutlery or any material used to perform the service are to be cleaned thoroughly and as frequently as possible.

  • Use of gloves and a face mask while performing a service. Note that we fully sanitize/ toss mask after every service.

  • Avoid close and direct contact with guests as much as possible. Keep distance of at least one meter.

2. Guidelines for our domestic and international guest.

  • We recommend anyone who is feeling ill before or during our service please let our chef or staff know.

  • Guest who may have been exposed to COVID-19 and tested positive are asked to kindly notify us as soon as possible so we are able to take the necessary precautions.

  • Frequent washing of hands. Good hygiene and sanitation are important to us to avoid cross contamination to dining utensils.

3. Is it dangerous to travel?

As many countries are still trying to contain the spread of the virus, it is inevitable that many clients are uncertain whether they should pursue their travel plans or not. At TIA's Table Ltd, we recommend our clients to check the recent updates issued by their respective countries, as well as that provided below by the Government of the Cayman Islands before visiting and requesting a service. 

4. Updates and Resources.

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands