Always include contact info, location and opening hours on your website. Contact information such as telephone, fax, and email should be visible on every page of the website. It’s a good idea to place it near the top of the website, where it can be quickly accessed on mobile devices. A plain-text phone number should be used so that on phones, it can be clicked to make a call.
The restaurant location can be shown using an embedded Google Map. Place the address in plain text alongside the Google Map. Again, this can be clicked on mobile devices to initiate a maps app and get directions.
Providing the best ways to get in touch is an essential part of the contact page. Contact page has the ability to entice visitors and convince them to either make a purchase or booking table.
1.Functional. Take the time to double-check everything on the page. Having links that are broken or won’t send properly is just bad for business. People can't communicate with you if the email or phone number links are not functional. That kind of defeats the purpose of the contact page.
2. Good view. The contact page may not sound the most interesting, but don’t neglect its appearance. If you have a poorly designed page, people won’t be interested in establishing further relations.
3. Responsive. Since most of the web has gone mobile app, make sure your contact page works on all mobile devices. If you have a physical location, people can access a map on the contact page and locate place of your restaurant from their phones.
In the template below, there's a large, eye-catching map right in the footer. Right next to the map is all the contact information that you need: email,open hours, phone number, social links, etc.
As you can see, contact, open hours and location information is an high priority for a restaurant's website, so this information should be on the homepage in a prominent location.
Remember that well-informed and friendly website will always be in demand and popular.