The answers you are looking for
Well, we don’t exactly have all of the answers for you, but we have provided those that answer all your frequently asked questions regarding your visit to the Open kitchen. We hope they chase away any potential worries and satisfy your curiosity. Don’t hesitate to contact us via our online channels if you have any additional dilemmas for us to solve.
The most important and most frequently asked question: when and where?
The Open kitchen is open for business! We will eat, drink and be marry every sunny Friday between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. at Pogačarjev trg.
Will the visitors have to comply with RVT conditions (reconvalescents - vaccinated - tested)?
No, the Open kitchen is a culinary market, held outside, and can therefore be visited by everyone. We do ask you to stay at home if you are not feeling well. Also, when visiting, please follow all the necessary measures and guidelines.
Will there be disinfectants?
Of course, they’ll be available at all the stands and next to the water taps under the church. We encourage all the visitors to disinfect and/or wash their hands regularly and thoroughly.
Will there be a limit to the number of visitors?
The Open kitchen is a part of the Ljubljana Central Market’s offer and is located in a public space, with people passing through constantly. It would be hard to limit the numbers, but we increased the gaps between the stands and between the tables.
How often will you disinfect the tables?
Our team will take a lot of care for the disinfection of tables. We’ll try not to bother you with this aspect of our work, but we’ll for sure follow the “better too much than too little” philosophy.
Should visitors wear masks?
Although the Open kitchen takes place outdoors, the masks are mandatory when you can’t assure the proper distance of 1,5 meters.
How will you guarantee the safety distance between visitors?
We’ll put up notes and guidelines all over the location to keep reminding everyone about the rules. If necessary, we’ll also kindly warn people, but we’re sure our visitors are caring and responsible people, who know we should take care of each other - now more than ever.
Will the ordering procedure change?
The food and drinks will be ordered as before, but we will ask everyone to keep an appropriate distance while ordering, use provided disinfectants and ensure minimal contact. The no self-service rule will still apply. The vendors will hand you the cutlery and any other “accessories” you may need with your meal.