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Swedish couple open pop-up restaurant with one chair, one table

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Swedish couple open pop-up restaurant with one chair, one table

Swedish couple open pop-up restaurant with one chair, one table

A Swedish couple has opened a "COVID-19-safe" restaurant in a meadow with one chair and one table and on Sunday (May 10) the "Table for One" pop-up restaurant welcomed its first guest.

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This pop-up restaurant Location: Ransater, Sweden takes social distancing to a new level (SOUNDBITE) (English) "TABLE FOR ONE" CO-FOUNDER AND CHEF, RASMUS PERSSON, SAYING: "So when our first guest, David, arrives today he's going to be welcomed by a sign and there's going to be a rope for him to follow into the meadow and once the rope ends, there's the chair and the table.

And the table will be set and hopefully he'll just sit down and await the first basket".

A pulley system delivers food direct from the kitchen window whatever the weather (SOUNDBITE) (English) "TABLE FOR ONE" CO-FOUNDER AND CHEF, RASMUS PERSSON, SAYING: "So this is our opening day actually so it's pretty hectic here in the kitchen.

Right now I'm doing, preparing the ginger for our main course.

We have a yellow carrot ginger pure that's going to be paired with sweetcorn croquette and serpent root ash, brown hazelnut butter as well." When it comes to paying the bill the customer decides how much to pay (SOUNDBITE) (English) "TABLE FOR ONE" CO-FOUNDER AND CHEF, RASMUS PERSSON, SAYING: "So this is the last course, the blueberries.

They're going out.

Let's go"/ PUSHES BASKET DOWN WIRE




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