How do Malaysians really feel about eating out these days?

Lam (right) has been out a few times with his family but says he eats out a lot less now, as the queues at some restaurants are just too long. — ALEX LAM

IF you cast your mind back to the good old days of January and February this year, you’ll remember that dining out used to be a breeze. Literally the hardest decision a person had to make when eating out was deciding where to go.

But oh, how things have changed. With the advent of the global Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing movement control order (MCO), the joy of eating out ceased to exist for a few months and was replaced by homecooked meals and takeaway, which became de rigueur options in most households.

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