Make a small presentation text, going to the essentials and easily accessible so that the user can see directly the type of cuisine you offer, because this is often what interests the most. Don't forget to add your opening hours and days.
Also, don't hesitate to use keywords to improve your natural referencing.
It's also one of the most searched information for visitors to your page. Make sure it's clear and easy to find on your site.
Inside, outside… You like to know where you're going to land when you're a customer. Showing photos of your exterior will make it easier for consumers to spot you on the street. As for the interior, you've probably invested in a beautiful decoration, so show it! In addition, the atmosphere of a restaurant is important. If your customers have seen photos before coming, it will save them unpleasant surprises because of what they imagined.
However, consider making very good quality photos. It's best to look at professional photos, because it only takes a few seconds in front of your photo for your potential visitors to get an opinion. Keep in mind that food is difficult to photograph.
Being able to book a table online is a plus for you and your consumers. With a dedicated module, your customers can book at any time on your restaurant's website. For your part, you only need a few clicks to manage bookings.
A control module allows users to order directly online to have their order delivered or pickuped in restaurants. For you it is an advantage that allows you to create a privileged and unintermediated relationship with your customers and facilitate order management.
Feedback is very important and interesting for Internet users, especially in the restaurant industry. The choice of a restaurant is not only based on your argument, but also through the reading of published reviews.
70% of French customers consult the reviews before deciding on their choice of restaurant.