Mar 26, 2020
Michelin starred meals delivered to homes in lockdown
Several Michelin starred and other high end restaurants have started delivering stripped down versions of their menus in big UK cities as they attempt to find ways to sell fine dining through the coronavirus lockdown. More than 100 restaurants have contacted Supper, the delivery service specialising in upmarket London restaurants, while other operators have set up their own takeaway initiatives as they battle to maintain revenues during the enforced government shutdown. He said the restaurant had moved from a small dish tasting menu to more "Hearty food" such as boeuf bourguignon as it was easier for customers to dish up. Mr Georgiou said that after the government's enforced UK closure of restaurants on Friday, 50 per cent of the 80 restaurants on Supper's books shut down completely. The coronavirus outbreak is set to exacerbate a boom in delivery as customers have increasingly chosen to have meals sent to their homes.
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