Scottish brand, Tingthai-CARAVAN was born in 2012 at one of the country’s most famous exports: the Edinburgh Festival. Offering authentic Thai street food to the festival visitors, its great success led to the opening of the company’s first restaurant.
With a surge in ‘staycationing’ this year thanks to the pandemic snuffing out many families’ plans to holiday abroad, we take a look at how theme parks and resorts can make the most of this spike in domestic travel.
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Across the globe, cities, towns and states are in a state of flux, removing and reintroducing restrictions based on localised infection rates for the COVID-19 virus. The lockdown, or ‘stay at home’ orders may be necessary, but they make it difficult for operators to plan for recovery.
New service being trialled at Burger King, South Mimms, ahead of major roll out
Preoday, along with our parent company, QikServe, and Eagle Eye have surveyed consumers to find out their attitudes to eating out as the lockdown lifts. The results are really interesting.