It has been 511 days since the circuit breaker was implemented on April 7 2020. For many in the food and beverage scene, the month-long ban on dine-in was the last straw that broke the camel’s back. Already reeling from the impact of COVID-19 with restaurateurs reporting a drop of 50% – 80% in revenue, .
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In just 18 months, restaurants and bars in Singapore have already undergone three rounds of closures. Fortunately, takeaways and deliveries have provided a much- needed lifeline for an industry that is struggling to keep afloat. In order to give our food- loving nation another reason to participate in the #SAVEFNBSG movement again, we tapped into our bank .
Whether you are a small or big F&B owner, increasing your website visibility can make your business stand out from your competitors. Stumped by the complex process and mechanisms of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)? Fret not, these three tips can help to optimise your content and achieve a better search engine ranking result. This will .
Featured Image from Suguru Dining With the return of dine-in, it’s not just restaurants that have geared up to welcome foodies to their doors. Private home kitchens are also back in the game to embrace diners, many of whom have made reservations months in advance. If the idea of visiting a home chef’s abode to .
After a month of switching to food delivery and takeaway, F&B operators are once again shifting gears to reopen their outlets for dine-in from June 21. While it’s certainly sweet music to the ears of those who can’t wait to head out of their homes and catch up with friends over dinner (hello reservations, goodbye .
If there are lessons which chefs and restaurateurs haven’t already learned from last year’s Circuit Breaker, it’s that F&B operators need to be nimble and flexible to respond to changes brought about by the Covid-19 crisis. Food delivery and takeaways have become part of restaurants and bars’ modus operandi for businesses to stay afloat and .
It has been a month since the reopening of F&B outlets in Phase Two, and Singaporeans being social creatures are easing into the new normal of dining out. Apart from reduced group size and a slew of safety and hygiene practices, these popular F&B destinations have taken earnest steps to ensure that their customers can .
Since phase 2 reopening on June 19, many restaurants have seen an surge in dine-in customers, with some outlets reporting snaking queues. It’s clear that Singaporeans are “dying” to get out after two months of being stuck at home baking sourdough and making Dalgona coffee. This was a stark contrast in April when restaurants and .
Food & Drink Trends As we look forward to 2020 and usher in the New Year, it’s time to take note of some of the food and drink trends that have been on the radar this year; why we think they will continue going on strong next year as well as where to experience them .