“The future looks bleak,” said Föll, who has already had to lay off two of her four employees. If she were to remove one of the tables, the owner and maître d’ calculates, she could just about guarantee a safe distance between diners but would then struggle to cover her running costs. … [Read more...] about Can Europe’s restaurants survive the coronavirus lockdown?
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But he added: 'I am an entrepreneur, I don't particularly care who's competing with us. I think the UK consumer should be upset that that happened. And that has nothing to do with Deliveroo, that has something to do with Amazon.' … [Read more...] about Where YOU can Eat Out to Help Out: Interactive map reveals 72,000 restaurants in Rishi Sunak’s scheme… but desperate scramble sees hundreds of eateries ALREADY fully-booked on Monday to Wednesdays
“Greece is continuously monitoring epidemiological data, in collaboration with experts and European and international organizations,” government spokesman Stelios Petsas said. “We will receive visitors from countries that are improving in their infection curve and remain vigilant in the event of any deterioration.” … [Read more...] about Greece lifts its lockdown on hotels, pools, golf courses
Two tourists slammed a "disgusting" restaurant in Rome after being charged €429 (£381) for their meal of two plates of spaghetti and some fish. … [Read more...] about Tourist slams €6 salad at restaurant which is just ‘plate of tomatoes’
On a busy Saturday night Ms Martin might serve 200 customers, but this weekend she is limited to only 60, who will be accommodated in the back bar to allow a one-way system to operate, and in the car park, which has been fenced off to allow tables to be put in. … [Read more...] about ‘Leicester lepers’ are BANNED from holiday parks, campsites and hotels as bosses in nearest seaside resort Skegness ask people from Covid-hit city to stay at home
Have you been to the 46-year-old Restaurant Jeanne d’Arc? I know I hadn’t before last month. Travel review site TripAdvisor ranks it as the fifth best restaurant in all of San Francisco, but The Chronicle has never reviewed it, and the dining room is hidden in the hotel’s basement behind a thick wooden door. What we’ve all been missing, I discovered, is a Gallic fantasy that grows more baroque with every year, and a 78-year-old chef cooking cuisine bourgeoise the likes of which has almost disappeared from the city. But I’ll get to that in a second. … [Read more...] about Welcome to Jeanne d’Arc, the Frenchiest bistro in San Francisco