A restaurant at the Pacific Place mall is packed at lunchtime as social-distancing measures continue to relax in Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse

Coronavirus: tables tougher to come by as ‘revenge spending’ drives bookings bounceback at Hong Kong restaurants, insiders say

  • Numerous food and beverage sector figures say reservations are about 80 per cent of pre-Covid-19 numbers, with Father’s Day expected to be packed
  • But long-term questions for the industry remain amid rising unemployment and ongoing absence of tourists
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A restaurant at the Pacific Place mall is packed at lunchtime as social-distancing measures continue to relax in Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse
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