Customers at a restaurant in Central on Friday after the Hong Kong government eased social distancing measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Customers at a restaurant in Central on Friday after the Hong Kong government eased social distancing measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Customers at a restaurant in Central on Friday after the Hong Kong government eased social distancing measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong restaurants back in busy mode as social distancing measures are eased, but recovery still a long way off

  • Restaurants do roaring business over the weekend as malls and food and beverage operators launch Mother’s Day promotions
  • The worst for the retail sector is over as sentiment is starting to pick up, says Cusson Leung of JPMorgan

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Customers at a restaurant in Central on Friday after the Hong Kong government eased social distancing measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Customers at a restaurant in Central on Friday after the Hong Kong government eased social distancing measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Customers at a restaurant in Central on Friday after the Hong Kong government eased social distancing measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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