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GEORGE TOWN: The 114-year-old Kek Seng Cafe in Penang Road – a traditional coffeeshop – will try out the new normal and set up tables for dine-in beginning today.
SIBU: Beginning today, stern action will be taken against eateries found not following the standard operating procedures (SOP) under the conditional movement control order (MCO).
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: With restaurants, eateries, cafes and food courts allowed to provide dine-in services as of Sunday (May 17), the public is reminded to take extra precautions and practise safety before entering the establishments.
GEORGE TOWN: To some Penangites, it feels like a very long time since they went out for a meal at their favourite restaurants.While most of the country has been able to dine in at restaurants since May 4, Penang only followed suit from yesterday.
PETALING JAYA: Most Malaysians feel that wearing face masks in public and avoiding mass and crowded gatherings would remain the norm even after the movement control order (MCO) is lifted, a survey revealed.
THOSE who enjoy dining in at their favourite coffee shops or restaurants in Penang will be able to do so again starting Monday, said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
PETALING JAYA: Prices of chicken and fish dishes will remain the same at mamak restaurants despite the increase in the price of raw materials.
Retiree Neale Gilhooley is relishing the chance to have coffee and cake at his favourite spot once again. Even the safety measures he had to take before entering the cafe did not bother him.
GEORGE TOWN: Penangites will be able to dine in at all eateries in the state from Monday (May 18).