[WATCH] Lockdowns have put us on our last servings, say KL eateries

Fikri Ghazali Noel Achariam Jeremy Seng

RESTAURANT owners based in Kuala Lumpur for decades are getting more concerned with each passing day as business dwindles in the Covid-19 pandemic.

They fear a prolonged lockdown will leave them with no choice but to cease trading, the same fate that befell the historic Coliseum Cafe on Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, which closed its doors for the last time in March 2020, after 99 years.

The Malaysian Insight visited three popular restaurants in the city serving Malaysian favourites and all its owners said the situation is looking very bleak. – Jun 10, 2021.

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