- A Belgian restaurant has began serving its prospects in camper vans, to maintain working throughout lockdown.
- COVID-19 restrictions have banned indoor eating, however eating places can nonetheless do takeaways and serve meals exterior.
- Belgium is at present below lockdown till December thirty first.
A Belgian restaurant has discovered a approach to preserve orders rolling in throughout lockdown – by serving its seafood to prospects in camper vans.
Folks can hire a car or deliver their very own, park up exterior the “Matthias and Sea” restaurant and look ahead to masked workers to deliver the meals over from the kitchens.
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COVID-19 restrictions have banned indoor eating. However eating places can nonetheless do takeaways and serve meals exterior.
Proprietor Mattia Collu mentioned he acquired the thought whereas delivering orders to individuals’s homes in and round his base within the southern village of Tarcienne.
“I noticed numerous good camper vans. I assumed it was foolish that they needed to eat at dwelling once they may come to our parking zone. It could additionally keep away from packaging,” Collu mentioned.
Prospects select from a menu together with lobsters, foie gras and champagne and place their orders by textual content message.
They’ll then tuck in in the back of their motorhome, an concept that can also be being tried out by the Neumuenster cooking faculty in neighbouring Germany.
“It lets us breathe a bit and spend time with one another with out the kids in order that’s actually good,” one girl buyer advised Reuters.
Belgium is at present below lockdown till Dec. 13, however at the same time as retailers open regularly, eating places are anticipated to remain closed till January.