Bistro opens new Champagne and Wine Bar at MovieTowne

first_imgGuyanese looking to enjoy champagne and wine in an exclusive atmosphere can now do so at the Bistro Wine and Champagne Bar, located in the MovieTowne Mall at Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown.Businessman Harrinand Persaud along with family members cutting the ribbon to declare Bistro’s new location openDozens of excited and exuberant patrons attended the resplendent opening of the Bistro Wine and Champagne Bar at the MovieTowne Mall on Friday night.According to the owner, Harrinand Ralph Persaud, the newly-opened Bistro Wine and Champagne Bar was conceived about two years ago, around the time when the first Bistro Café and Bar opened at Middle Street, Georgetown.The owner explained that it was while establishing plans for the King’s Jewellery World stores at MovieTowne, he felt the desire to bring Bistro to the same location.Persaud emphasised that they intended to allow persons to have a great view of the outdoors while sipping on their beverage.Meanwhile, Persaud said all the wines are directly from vineyards in Chile, Argentina, France, and Italy, local beers and rum are also available with a wide selection of cocktails and champagne.Businessman Harrinand PersaudPatrons going to the bar can pair their drinks with authentic dishes. The bar’s Indian Chef, Loshal Thuptan, said that the spot will be offering its main cuisine sushi, along with Japanese fish, tuna, salmon, prawns and vegetable sushi every day of the week.President of the Tourism and Hospitality Association of Guyana (THAG), Mitra Ramkumar, who was also present at the opening, applauded Persaud for the initiative.According to Ramkumar, this bar’s opening will add to Guyana’s Tourism sector in a significant way.“They have been serving the industry with a high degree of excellence, they offer a premium product and it only adds to the value of the industry,” Ramkumar said.He added that as Guyana moves towards the year of first oil, other businesses should be consistent.“You need to be consistent in quality service delivery, you need to train and retrain, all of this has to be a continuous work in progress, it cannot be a one-off situation,” he vocalised.In doing so, he advises that businesses train and retrain their staff to foster growth so that they will be able to deal with challenges when faced.“Every single member of the organisation gets involved in that process, not only the frontline staff, the person who washes the dishes, the person who welcomes you at the door, everyone needs to be a part,” Ramkumar said.Currently, through the Guyana Tourism Authority in collaboration with the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, there is a programme that is offered to restaurants, hotels, and immigration and customs officers for delivering quality service.last_img

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