Banking on food deliveries to stay afloat

Muhammad Aliff says the restaurant makes about 100 food deliveries daily.

EATERY operators in Johor Baru are depending on delivery service providers to help sustain their operations amid the ongoing dine-in ban during the lockdown.

Adam’s Kitchen Chinese Muslim Restaurant supervisor Muhammad Aliff Tukiman said business was down by 80% since the start of the first movement control order in March last year.

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