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David Chang Speaks On The Restaurant Impact From COVID-19
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  1. P G says:

    I used to enjoy dining at these “Gourmet” food places. I realised they’ve been overpricing and overcharging people. Ghost Kitchens and Home Cooking should be encouraged whether there is a Pandemic or none.

  2. pete_rock2310 says:

    This mafu**a is a fraud… Talks all that anti-trump ish but the momofuku restaurant group is one of the biggest trump donors. he & his people sold out knowing who his partner was. Eff this dude sell out white washed dude…

  3. Dan Girard says:

    I'm confused. David says he has no idea on how to clean a restaurant in order to be open. What was wrong with the way he used to clean his restaurants. If they've been closed since the beginning of this, then nobody infected has been in his places. So, it's pretty simple to me, if hand sanitizer or washing your hands works for the individual, then why wouldn't it work for a restaurant. Wipe the kitchen down with Lysol wipes, clean with hot soap and water, like you did BEFORE Covid…. duh!!!

  4. mark brownner says:

    this may be the event that finally ends americans obsessive compulsive behavior regarding the 'need' to go out to eat and the celebrity & status that has driven those desires and the fact that we really don't need so many restaurants trying to make ends meet and that the economy just can't support all of them…this may be the reset button as years ago there were way less of them and where I live we see so many start up and fail only to have someone else think they can do better and it fails again….eat at home and save money.

  5. jeryart says:

    Really!!??? Do you really it's going to change or be affected this much?? I don't believe so, I think people forget and 6 months from now or a year tops people will walk into restaurants just the way they use to. I think you're over reacting!!!

  6. Monica Angelini says:

    Dear Mr.Chan. i, from my part will continue to not set foot in fast food restaurants, will continue to strive for quality. I rather eat less (in terms of frequency and portion) than eat crap. I will gladly at this point donate my "eat out monthly budget" to a fund that would help the unemplyed workers and small business

  7. PureUnwindASMR says:

    David Chang it is quite simple. Two main segments to address: Staff sanitation: 1. Testing testing testing. Safe and near immediate reopening is possible and predicated upon this for this reason. Which seems to be impossible for this government. Some companies will invest in the testing of their employees to reopen in this way- ie antibody testing if appropriate, quarantine/isolate if RNA testing is positive. If negative on Ab testing, then a negative RNA test follows and has to be sufficient. There is no additional sanitation required – above and beyond theoretically intense restaurant sanitation measures once the employees are evaluated in this way. Then it just comes down to 2) guests/customers – and vendors bringing in items – but food choices will need to potentially be reconsidered so that there are only heated or otherwise sanitized cooking methods used eliminating salads or microgreens will have to be considered. So mainly it is guests- and for that it is dependent upon the government/locality's willingness to reimagine a truly safe and innovative new normal such as the dining on the streets closed off to cars as has been demonstrated in Europe. So the social animal maintains our need for social "gathering" in small groups while distanced and uses outdoor space in an innovative way while weather still permits. There si so much that we could do, it is a matter of the will

  8. JedSpeaks says:

    Fast-food chains that offer the most practical choices given the circumstance will survive this ordeal. I don't see how people are gonna look to spend hundreds of dollars on fine dining experiences and more specialized food options. That's the sad reality of the food business.

    What people don't realize is that the culinary scene for most of these chefs does not rake in a ton of cash. It's more of a day in day out survival set up that is dependent on cash flow and once you cut that off, it is unlikely you'll survive. This industry is fueled by passion mostly, not money, and its sad that some of them might have to look elsewhere or put their dreams on hold for now.

  9. Lyn Lee says:

    What a pussy, how has he survived this long?
    He's clearly very economically comfortable or he wouldn't be sitting on his laurels waiting for the state to tell him what to do.
    Just load up on the train sheeple! Good grief

  10. Gary Theosophilus says:

    A partial solution from the employees” perspective? Decrease the FOH and servers income and increase the cooks income by putting everyone on salary and increasing the menu prices. Get rid of the tip economy. It’s unrealistic and fosters the gambling mentality that discouraged savings/living rationally.

  11. kofManKan says:

    Restaurants and take out aren't essential. You guys are – perhaps understandably – missing the point (IMO). If the lock-down was done properly, this would be pretty much over in a month.

  12. Duckman says:

    The economic impact of this virus is just going to be utterly brutal. It won't just be the food service industry. It is going to kill small businesses of all types. How can anyone believe this virus is a hoax?

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