Pink Salt Restaurant and Bar is devoted to protecting your privacy, so please read the following carefully to learn how we do it.
We urge that you review this policy regularly to ensure that you are aware of our most recent privacy policies.
When you use our Website, you are required to enter information about yourself, such as your identity, contact details, postal address, and shipping address, as well as payment information, such as credit or debit card information, at the time of enrolling or placing an order.
When you provide us with personal information, we have a legal obligation to you regarding how we use that information.
This information is required in order for us to understand your needs better and provide you with better customer service, and in specific for the purposes mentioned above:
Internal record keeping to enhance our products and services to send marketing emails about new products, special offers, or other information we believe you would find useful periodically.
With your permission, we will only share your information with third parties that may approach you for marketing reasons via mail, telephone, fax, or email, or research agencies. We may use the information to tailor the Website to your preferences.
We will protect any personal information you provide under the General Data Protection Regulation Act (GDPR) of 2018.
We store your information on our secure servers in the United Kingdom. It is viewable by our employees and suppliers for the purpose of customisation. You consent to this by submitting your personal information.
Unfortunately, information transfer over the internet is not entirely secure. We will always do our best to preserve your personal information, but we cannot ensure the security of any information you communicate to our Website; any transfer is at your own responsibility.
We have put in place rigorous physical, technological, and organisational systems to protect and manage the information we collect online after we have received it to prevent unauthorised access or exposure.
This privacy statement only relates to this Website and does not apply to any other websites. If you leave this Website and go to another, check the privacy policies on both to see what they do with your information.
A cookie is a little file that asks for permission to be stored on your hard disc. The file is added once you accept, and the cookie helps us analyse online traffic or lets you know when you access a specific site.
Cookies are used to track which pages are being visited. It allows us to analyse web page traffic statistics and update our Website to meet our customers’ demands better.
This information is only used for statistical analysis, after which it is deleted from the system. A cookie does not allow us access to your computer or any information about you other than the information you choose to contribute.
You have the option of accepting or declining cookies. Most web browsers allow cookies by default; however, you can typically change your browser’s settings to reject cookies if you prefer. It may prohibit you from fully utilising the Website.