A socially distanced restaurant is set to open in Cornwall

6/12/2020 10:40:00 PM

Food will be served through a hatch.

The hotel describe their new restaurant as a part private member club, part dining room.

Food will be served through a hatch.

There will be 16 private dining rooms, with food served through a hatch (Picture: Chris Dove/ Gingerhead Design / SWNS)Staff at the hotel, in Wadebridge, Cornwall, have said that they will be able to ensure the two-metre rule is observed so they can operate under the current restrictions.

Co-owner Hugh Ridgway said: ‘Covid-19 has stopped the industry in its tracks.‘Like all hotels, bars and restaurants across the globe, the virus has hit our business like an unbelievable sledgehammer.‘However, as ever, we have dusted ourselves off, and risen to this unpredictable challenge in our own creative, St Moritz way.’

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Co-owner Hugh Ridgway said: ‘Covid-19 has stopped the industry in its tracks. ‘Like all hotels, bars and restaurants across the globe, the virus has hit our business like an unbelievable sledgehammer. And for those that have reopened, owners are still struggling as they are forced to limit their capacity due to social distancing rules. ‘However, as ever, we have dusted ourselves off, and risen to this unpredictable challenge in our own creative, St Moritz way. Two Chinese cities have banned the eating of cats and dogs due to coronavirus.’ The hotel is in Cornwall and plans to open the restaurant in July (Picture: Excess Energy / SWNS. One bar in the Canary Islands is adding a "covid service" charge to each purchase, with some suggestions it covers the additional hygiene measures put in place.COM) The hotel describe their new restaurant as a part private member club, part dining room. A Whole Foods spokesperson confirmed the store had closed and evacuated early on 1 June due to the protests and provided remaining prepared food and water for free to police officers on site assisting with evacuation.

The layout has been designed to ensure that each dining room is accessible from the outside, with food and drink served through a series of hatches. FACUA, a Spanish consumer rights group, said: “An increasing number of establishments in different sectors of activity are applying what they call the Covid surcharge, rate or supplement to users with the excuse that they have an increase in their expenses as a consequence of adopting the measures dictated by the Government. More: .