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This restaurant in an empty field will serve 1 diner at a time

Melanie Wong | May 9, 202001:09 PM     12

Opens May 10 and will continue till August.

" . . . "Rasmus and I said to ourselves, 'We should make this available for everyone! Anti-social freaks, people in risk groups, anyone! It will be the only COVID-19 safe restaurant in the world.' I made the website the very same night,' Karlsson, who is an artist, revealed.

Bord för en, which is described on its website as 'a solo dining experience' and 'the only true COVID-19 safe restaurant in the world' will have no waitstaff. Instead, diners will receive their food in a basket delivered straight from the kitchen to their table via a pulley system. . . "

Bord för en
Erlandervägen 14
684 93 Ransäter
Sweden
+46 (0) 7 6 8 7 0 5 4 2 5
https://en.bordforen.com/

Table for 1? This restaurant in an empty field will serve a person a day

Solo dining is being reinvented by one Swedish couple during the coronavirus pandemic.

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