Rizal Van Geyzel temporarily transformed his comedy club in Kuala Lumpur’s upmarket Taman Tun Dr Ismail suburb into a pizzeria amid the pandemic. Photo: Farhan Iqbal Rizal Van Geyzel temporarily transformed his comedy club in Kuala Lumpur’s upmarket Taman Tun Dr Ismail suburb into a pizzeria amid the pandemic. Photo: Farhan Iqbal
Rizal Van Geyzel temporarily transformed his comedy club in Kuala Lumpur’s upmarket Taman Tun Dr Ismail suburb into a pizzeria amid the pandemic. Photo: Farhan Iqbal
Malaysia

Malaysia’s food entrepreneurs bank on tech and innovation to survive Covid-19 lockdowns

  • With the national pastime of eating out curtailed, chefs and restaurateurs turned to food delivery apps and scrambled for government aid
  • Established players are looking for ‘pandemic proof’ models involving cloud kitchens and affordable dishes suitable for delivery

Topic |   Malaysia
Rizal Van Geyzel temporarily transformed his comedy club in Kuala Lumpur’s upmarket Taman Tun Dr Ismail suburb into a pizzeria amid the pandemic. Photo: Farhan Iqbal Rizal Van Geyzel temporarily transformed his comedy club in Kuala Lumpur’s upmarket Taman Tun Dr Ismail suburb into a pizzeria amid the pandemic. Photo: Farhan Iqbal
Rizal Van Geyzel temporarily transformed his comedy club in Kuala Lumpur’s upmarket Taman Tun Dr Ismail suburb into a pizzeria amid the pandemic. Photo: Farhan Iqbal
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