Hongkongers in Mong Kok tuck in for a post-6pm restaurant meal for the first time in nearly six weeks. Photo: K. Y. ChengHongkongers in Mong Kok tuck in for a post-6pm restaurant meal for the first time in nearly six weeks. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Hongkongers in Mong Kok tuck in for a post-6pm restaurant meal for the first time in nearly six weeks. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Coronavirus: Hong Kong restaurants get much-needed lift as evening dining ban ends, but many still feeling the pinch

  • Smaller eateries tended to profit more from the rules relaxation, says industry figure, while city’s beauty parlours and cinemas got much-needed boost
  • But some restaurants saw little reason to cheer, saying damage done by the pandemic has already sealed their fate

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hongkongers in Mong Kok tuck in for a post-6pm restaurant meal for the first time in nearly six weeks. Photo: K. Y. ChengHongkongers in Mong Kok tuck in for a post-6pm restaurant meal for the first time in nearly six weeks. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Hongkongers in Mong Kok tuck in for a post-6pm restaurant meal for the first time in nearly six weeks. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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