Tuesday, May 17, 2022


When the food is good but rats abound

Around the Petaling district alone, a number of eateries appear to have adopted a lax attitude towards maintaining the requisite level of cleanliness.

Govt mulls allowing shops, eateries to open until midnight

Minister Hishammuddin Hussein says a proposal will be raised at the Special Committee on Tackling Covid-19 tomorrow.

Despite green light, Delta keeps Sarawak eateries uneasy over dine-ins

Some say safety comes first while others have no choice but to reopen for dine-ins in order to survive.

Sarawak to allow dine-ins from July 16

Only operators and their workers who have received at least a first dose of Covid-19 vaccine will be allowed to open for dine-in.

Restaurant owners pitch in to fight pandemic hunger

Some cannot afford to give as much as others, but every little bit helps.

Eateries allowed to open until 10pm

From tomorrow onwards, restaurants and eateries will be allowed to open from 6am to 10pm.

Restaurant bosses urge govt to allow dining in, longer opening hours

Primas also calls for other measures to help operators stay afloat including an automatic loan moratorium and rental relief assistance.

Takeaway prices bite but there’s nothing for it, say restaurant groups

The increase in cost of raw ingredients coupled with other expenses make it impossible for them to shave down prices any further.

Extended opening hours giving ‘lepak’ culture a shot in the arm?

Workers at restaurants that open until the wee hours of the morning acknowledge crowds of customers who do not always adhere to Covid-19 SOPs.

Israel re-opens restaurants, bars with 40% of country fully vaccinated

Israel launched its green pass programme last month, allowing controlled numbers of people with proof of full vaccination or who have recovered from Covid-19 to enter gyms, pools and other facilities.

New look for Burger King as it announces major expansion despite pandemic

Burger King Malaysia plans to grow its restaurant base by 20% by the end of the year.

Reunion dinners under MCO a tall order for restaurants

With dine-in customers limited to just two per table, restaurateurs are forced to come up with creative ways to continue delivering a crucial part of Chinese New Year celebrations.

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