The interior of Korean casual restaurant Hansik Goo, one of a number to have opened in Hong Kong amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Chefs have had to change their concepts and create takeaway menus to cope with evolving regulations to ensure social distancing. Photo; Hansik GooThe interior of Korean casual restaurant Hansik Goo, one of a number to have opened in Hong Kong amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Chefs have had to change their concepts and create takeaway menus to cope with evolving regulations to ensure social distancing. Photo; Hansik Goo
The interior of Korean casual restaurant Hansik Goo, one of a number to have opened in Hong Kong amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Chefs have had to change their concepts and create takeaway menus to cope with evolving regulations to ensure social distancing. Photo; Hansik Goo

Three chefs on the challenges of opening restaurants amid Covid-19 pandemic, and how they have had to adapt

  • One thing three chefs who have opened restaurants in Hong Kong since the coronavirus crisis began agree on – they have had to be nimble and adaptable
  • Korean restaurant Hansik Goo and French bistro Jean May opened just before a short-lived ban on dine-in services and, like Ando, needed takeaway menus fast

Topic |   Food and Drinks
The interior of Korean casual restaurant Hansik Goo, one of a number to have opened in Hong Kong amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Chefs have had to change their concepts and create takeaway menus to cope with evolving regulations to ensure social distancing. Photo; Hansik GooThe interior of Korean casual restaurant Hansik Goo, one of a number to have opened in Hong Kong amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Chefs have had to change their concepts and create takeaway menus to cope with evolving regulations to ensure social distancing. Photo; Hansik Goo
The interior of Korean casual restaurant Hansik Goo, one of a number to have opened in Hong Kong amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Chefs have had to change their concepts and create takeaway menus to cope with evolving regulations to ensure social distancing. Photo; Hansik Goo
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