the Moscow cafes, restaurants and canteens that with the introduction of sanitary restrictions due to coronavirus began to work only on take-out and delivery, income in April fell by a third. While the losses in terms of money fell to 58-78 percent, reports the newspaper “Izvestia”, citing data from the “Platform of the CRF”.

According to experts, after the quarantine, the capital will lose one in three catering establishments, and fully recover, this area will only be able to 2022. Analysts say that because of the regime of universal insulation restaurant area redeveloped for online orders and delivery. The demand still decreased: Russians forced to sit at home, started to cook.

the Average bill in cafes and cafeterias on the first week of April amounted to 304 rubles, which is 35 percent lower than in February of this year, when institutions could still work in normal mode. It is noted that the top purchases included salads, tea, coffee and lunch. In fast food restaurants the average bill in April was 166 rubles by 29 per cent below the February level. Here demand for sweet pastry, burgers and pies. In bars and restaurants the receipt dropped by 21 percent to 718 rubles. The most popular lines in the menu called pizza rolls and beer.

Experts of the consulting company Unusual Concepts believe that Moscow can and does lose about half of the restaurants. This is because not everyone will be able to cope with the recommendations of Rospotrebnadzor, which is the first to open will be allowed with area not exceeding 50 square metres where the distance between tables is less than a meter. The latter requirement makes large format restaurants even more expensive.

Previously published pictures of the first converted in connection with the new requirements, “McDonald’s”. On the floor of the facility in the Dutch city of Arnhem caused the layout to comply with social distance, and between visitors and employees of the Fund placed a protective screen.