EventsEventsPodcasts
Loader
Find Us
ADVERTISEMENT

French lockdown forcing some restaurants to bite the bullet

A waiter checks the final revenue as he closes a bar terrace in Paris, Saturday, Oct. 17
A waiter checks the final revenue as he closes a bar terrace in Paris, Saturday, Oct. 17 Copyright Lewis Joly/AP
Copyright Lewis Joly/AP
By Euronews
Published on
Share this articleComments
Share this articleClose Button
Copy/paste the article video embed link below:Copy to clipboardCopied

With a lockdown that

ADVERTISEMENT

Restaurants in France will not re-open until at least January 20th next year and some owners claim they are at breaking point.

It's estimated the government's decision could see as many as 50,000 restaurants close their doors permanently.

Didier Quemener is chef and co-owner of the Plein Ouest restaurant in Paris.

Watch Euronews' interview with Didier in the media player above.

Share this articleComments

You might also like

WATCH: Mr. Doodle brings vibrant art to London's Sketch Restaurant

In the 'WHO blockade' of Taiwan, everyone is a loser

Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon says she felt 'overwhelmed' by COVID pandemic during testimony