Leap inside your restaurant
Get more customers through the door with a virtual tour
Help customers decide where to eat. Show them inside from Google Maps.
Reassure Just Eat, Deliveroo and Ubereats customers of your high standards of hygiene.
Google Street View photographer
People use Google, Google Maps and Street View to decide where to eat.
Stand out among the competition by adding a Street View tour of your restaurant, cafe or coffee shop and allow people to “see inside” your beautiful space.
With all the time and love spent making your interior look beautiful, let people leap inside and see it from their phone or laptop.
About Leap Inside
Leap Inside is based in Soho at the heart of London’s West End.
We wanted to be near our restaurant customers so that after creating a 360 virtual tour, we could still drop by in person and share knowledge and add value about the latest trends and techniques to bring in more customers.
Leap Inside was started by John Crumpton, a creative entrepreneur with a graphic design and photography background, who lives in London.
151 Wardour Street
London W1F 8WE
Leap Inside is a Google Trusted professional photographer.
“Leap Inside” is a trading name of “Sanctuary Woods Limited”
Registered office: Telecom House, 125–135 Preston Road, Brighton BN1 6AF
Reasons a restaurant needs a Street View virtual tour
Boost your Google Search Results
When someone searches for ‘Italian restaurant’ and your business shows up with a shop front image there is another link that says “see inside” – jumping the customer to a virtal tour
Provide a realistic view of your restaurant
Let potential customers virtually look around your dining area. Especially when you’ve invested so much time making the space look beautiful
Have a competitive edge
Your competition are boosting their online visibility with virtual restaurant tours. So you should be doing the same. And if other restaurants don’t have a virtual tour this gives you an advantage
Make your restaurant more likable
If a customer ends up going to your restaurant after viewing the virtual tour, they may share their experience on their social platforms. This creates social proof, which helps others decide where to eat