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Are you missing the restaurants while social distancing? One restaurant in the Netherlands, though, has found a solution for social distancing and dining

Mediamatic ETEN plans to reopen in Amsterdam with a new innovative idea: four-course plant-based dinners served in individual quarantine greenhouses called “chambre séparée.”

The restaurant is as of now sold out through the end of June and will probably include servers wearing defensive face shields who will carry food out on long boards to additionally separate themselves from quests. While the eatery recently served some animal food products, the new emphasis will comprise of a plant-based supper for two at an expense of €100 ($108). 

Quarantine greenhouses called “chambre séparée.”
Photo credit: Mediamatic ETEN

“In these times we are reinspired by contamination precautions and the redesign of togetherness,” the restaurant wrote. “Our greenhouses protect you from the outside and others while offering you a unique experience of intimate dining.”

‘It’s super cozy, it’s really cozy, it’s nice and the food is delicious,’ diner Janita Vermeulen told Reuters.

Waiters wear gloves and face shields to alleviate any risk of infections, the restaurant confirmed to CNN. They also use long boards to bring dishes into the greenhouses to diners.

Right now, the trial service is only being offered to family and friends of staff, and all upcoming reservations are sold out, according to the restaurant’s website.


Meanwhile in te US The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in US released detailed instructions for restaurants planning on reopening, including the use of disposable menus.

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