No appetite for 24-hour eateries

Hard-hit: A shortage of workers is forcing mamak restaurants to cut down on their operating hours. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Dining at a mamak restaurant in the wee hours was a popular Malaysian pastime, but it might not make a comeback even if Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.

Many operators of 24-hour mamak restaurants are reluctant to resume the old round-the-clock business hours, with worker shortage being one of the challenges faced by them.

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