F&B outlets redesign spaces to offer more private rooms, outdoor and versatile spaces

Diners seated outdoors at contemporary Japanese restaurant Jypsy are treated to views of Marina Bay. PHOTO: THE PSGOURMET GROUP
Tianfang Pavilion Chaoshan Hotpot in Chinatown opened in March with seven private rooms. PHOTO: TIANFANG PAVILION CHAOSAN HOTPOT
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SINGAPORE - Although safe distancing and group size limits are no longer required in food and beverage (F&B) outlets, they have made a permanent impact on how restaurants are designed now.

Like how many offices have introduced flexible workspaces and hotdesking, F&B businesses, which can have up to 10 diners at the same table, have also redesigned their spaces.

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