A return to just two diners per table has Hong Kong restaurateurs predicting a chilly winter for the industry. Photo: Sam Tsang A return to just two diners per table has Hong Kong restaurateurs predicting a chilly winter for the industry. Photo: Sam Tsang
A return to just two diners per table has Hong Kong restaurateurs predicting a chilly winter for the industry. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong restaurateurs predict a bitter winter for city’s eateries, as new Covid-19 rules could cost sector estimated HK$6 billion

  • Food and bar industry representatives urge government to again open coffers to subsidise embattled establishments
  • ‘Most of the big activities and celebratory banquets will have to cancel,’ trade group leader predicts, warning of up to 60 per cent decline in revenue for month compared to same time last year

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A return to just two diners per table has Hong Kong restaurateurs predicting a chilly winter for the industry. Photo: Sam Tsang A return to just two diners per table has Hong Kong restaurateurs predicting a chilly winter for the industry. Photo: Sam Tsang
A return to just two diners per table has Hong Kong restaurateurs predicting a chilly winter for the industry. Photo: Sam Tsang
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