Hong Kong restaurants‘ capacity was cut in half during the coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong restaurants‘ capacity was cut in half during the coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong restaurants‘ capacity was cut in half during the coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Sam Tsang
Susan Jung
Opinion

Opinion

Feast or Famine by Susan Jung

Fed-up restaurant owner working on blacklist of no-show guests to share with restaurants Hong Kong-wide

  • Restaurants in Hong Kong are struggling to stay afloat amid the coronavirus social distancing rules, their revenue slashed and diners afraid to go out
  • Yet they still face no-shows – customers who book tables but don’t turn up. One owner has responded with lifetime bans and plans for a name-and-shame register

Hong Kong restaurants‘ capacity was cut in half during the coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong restaurants‘ capacity was cut in half during the coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong restaurants‘ capacity was cut in half during the coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Sam Tsang
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