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JOHOR BARU: Only a small number of food and beverage operators have increased prices as many business owners do not w
KAPIT: About a week ago, there was a shocking case of a seafood restaurant in Langkawi, Kedah charging a diner more than RM1,000 for a 11-year-old, 7.48kg siakap.
PETALING JAYA: With the rising infectivity rate (R0) following the lifting of the interstate travel ban, the public have been advised to continue to adhere to the standard operating procedure set to prevent any spike in Covid-19 cases.
Penang eateries facing dire manpower shortage, hope foreign workers will be allowed back into country
GEORGE TOWN: Many Indian Muslim eateries in Penang are critically short of staff as locals are not interested in joining while Covid-19 pandemic travel restrictions prevent foreign workers from entering the country.
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has called on unvaccinated civil servants to get their Covid-19 jabs for “the common good”.
PETALING JAYA: Despite extending operating and dine-in hours for those fully vaccinated, eateries are not seeing an increase in customers.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): When you are done with deep-frying meat, chicken or fish at home, hold on before pouring the used cooking oil down the sink.
GEORGE TOWN: With no wedding dinners or major celebrations over the past year and a half, restaurant operators are hoping that the situation will improve before the year ends.
PETALING JAYA: News about the extended opening hours for restaurants drew mixed reactions from the food and beverage (F&B) industry, with some ready to welcome late night customers while others in need of more time to prepare for the shift.
PUTRAJAYA: Allowing restaurants to set up tables outside their premises is among suggestions that are being looked into by the Housing and Local Government Ministry.