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By M&C Report team2011-06-13T10:23:00+01:00
NWTC and Ping Pong have shuttered their restaurants as the coronavirus outbreak continues to decimate the hospitality industry. In a plaintive message to “all our dumpling fans and dim sum lovers” Ping Pong said “it is with a very heavy heart that we need to announce that all seven of our restaurants will be closed from 8pm tonight, Thursday 19th March, until further notice.
The Halal Guys has two more sites under offer as it plans to expand out of London and open sites across the UK.
Ping Pong is to dispose of its sites in Westfield London and Wembley Designer Village.
Older drinkers are at risk of being discriminated against in pubs because many do not have smartphones on which to order food and drinks, the Telegraph has reported.
Hospitality venues are able open their doors for outside trading from today (12 April), but while the Prime Minister has said people should enjoy their new freedoms, he warned that the public remain wary of the risks.
Red Engine, the group behind Flight Club Darts and Electric Shuffle, has partnered with Loyola Group to bring Flight Club to Ireland, with the first venue planned to launch in Dublin in 2022.
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