While delivery services doing a booming business during the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong restaurants are struggling to survive, and these services’ high charges don’t help. One restaurant group has launched its own service, and opened it to other restaurants. While delivery services doing a booming business during the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong restaurants are struggling to survive, and these services’ high charges don’t help. One restaurant group has launched its own service, and opened it to other restaurants.
While delivery services doing a booming business during the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong restaurants are struggling to survive, and these services’ high charges don’t help. One restaurant group has launched its own service, and opened it to other restaurants.
Susan Jung
Opinion

Opinion

Susan Jung

If you care about Hong Kong restaurants’ survival, order takeaway meals directly from them

  • While meal delivery services are booming during the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants, with their large overheads, are struggling to survive
  • One restaurant group is offering some other food establishments a lifeline by inviting them to join its delivery service

While delivery services doing a booming business during the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong restaurants are struggling to survive, and these services’ high charges don’t help. One restaurant group has launched its own service, and opened it to other restaurants. While delivery services doing a booming business during the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong restaurants are struggling to survive, and these services’ high charges don’t help. One restaurant group has launched its own service, and opened it to other restaurants.
While delivery services doing a booming business during the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong restaurants are struggling to survive, and these services’ high charges don’t help. One restaurant group has launched its own service, and opened it to other restaurants.
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