Posted: Sunday, March 22, 2020. 7:47 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Two popular restaurants in Belize City are changing the way they are serving their customers in light of the ongoing coronavirus crisis, and encouraged their fellows to do the same.
On Northside, Chon Saan Palace on Kelly Street, owned by Lee Mark Chang, announced a ‘Park and Order’ option.
Customers can park outside, place an order with staff, and they will bring it out to minimize interaction inside and adhere to the ‘no mass gatherings and social distancing’ rules.
And on Southside, Amara Avenue’s Terminal Deck Restaurant, effective Monday, March 23, 2020, will do only deliveries to homes or businesses or take-out for any customer wishing to purchase the variety of tasty food offered.
“We want to serve the public for as long as we could and at the same time, as best as possible, we want to ensure the employment of our dedicated staff,” said proprietor, Abdul Ahmad.
Patrons are asked to call 227-6226 or 614-6226 to place their orders and an approximate time when they can pick up food or by when it will be delivered and provided. No gathering on the deck will be allowed for the protection of all involved. However, patrons can enjoy their quality food in the comfort of their private spaces.
Terminal Deck is open between 1 a.m. and 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday.
Ahmad further calls on all restaurants and food joints to take the initiative and adopt a new policy of doing strictly take out and food deliveries in light of the pending threat of COVID-19. This is necessary since public gatherings are now limited to twenty-five (25) person at a time, which any food establishment, at rush hour, would easily exceed.
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