The performance in the third quarter of this year was the best for a quarter the city’s restaurants have seen since the end of 2019, just before the pandemic set in. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The performance in the third quarter of this year was the best for a quarter the city’s restaurants have seen since the end of 2019, just before the pandemic set in. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong restaurant receipts up whopping 44 per cent year on year in third quarter

  • Restaurants took in HK$24.5 billion between July and September, compared with just HK$17 billion in the third quarter last year
  • The government credits its consumption voucher scheme and a lull in the pandemic for the substantial bump

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
The performance in the third quarter of this year was the best for a quarter the city’s restaurants have seen since the end of 2019, just before the pandemic set in. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The performance in the third quarter of this year was the best for a quarter the city’s restaurants have seen since the end of 2019, just before the pandemic set in. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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