Rech by Alain Ducasse at the InterContinental Hong Kong closed without warning on March 11, laying off all its staff. Photo: InterContinental Hong Kong

With no tourists, fine-dining restaurants in Hong Kong must adapt to survive the coronavirus pandemic

  • Hong Kong’s dining industry, already affected by months of anti-government protests, is in crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic
  • Fine-dining restaurants have been hit hard and, with a recession coming, need to streamline and innovate to stay afloat, food and beverage consultants say
Topic |   Diner's Diary
Rech by Alain Ducasse at the InterContinental Hong Kong closed without warning on March 11, laying off all its staff. Photo: InterContinental Hong Kong
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