Restaurant goes viral as diners enjoy braving the floodwaters

When life provides you lemons… A restaurant in Nonthaburi that had fallen victim to rising floodwaters along the Chao Phraya River turned a adverse into a constructive as movies went viral displaying diners on the restaurant sitting at tables knee-deep in floodwaters.
The Chao Phraya International Cafe within the Bangkok suburb Nonthaburi province had already been struggling with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic which noticed customer bases plummet together with frequent closures of eating places and other companies that could spread the virus. With river water rising as Thailand has been rocked by heavy rains and floods working their way down the country from the north, The restaurant proprietor braced for more financial loss.
But instead of giving up and sandbagging and shuttering the restaurant, the owner decided to stay open and, because the floodwaters rose, customers embraced it. The proprietor said customers beloved wading into the water to their tables and dodging the waves created by passing boats.
The owner was pleasantly surprised at how the shoppers loved the unique component of getting soaked while dining and it has become an event with the restaurant proprietor arranging 2 sittings for dinner each night when water ranges peak.

And Template enjoying the adventure – alternating between shovelling meals into their mouths and jumping out of the means in which as a ship sails previous and waves overtake the restaurant walls, knocking over chairs as customers snicker.
The restaurant as quickly as known for its delicious barbeque pork and beautiful sunset views has turn out to be a culinary adventure experience and the proprietor couldn’t be extra happy..

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