Restaurants will never be the same after coronavirus – but that may be a good thing

Restaurants will never be the same after coronavirus – but that may be a good thing

Jonathan Nunn’s opinion piece highlights how much of the UK’s restaurant scene was on shaky ground pre-virus: tight cashflow, high overheads, and a reliance on tourism all pointing in a bleak direction before the lockdown. He argues that only a fundamental rethink will ensure the survival of restaurants in the post-outbreak world, and echos our thoughts that it will be the restaurants which are the most adaptable who will find their own solutions to the crisis, through focussing on community and simplicity. He states, “The possibilities are both terrifying and exhilarating.”

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