Watch This Lebanese Restaurant’s Fun Way To Serve Its Clients

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Remember when people in used baskets to hoist groceries and other things up and down their balconies? The traditional basket delivery would look like this:

Well, a restaurant in just brought back this tradition within its place, creating a fun and nostalgic experience for its customers. 

Aal Tarik, meaning “On the Way”, has implemented a unique way to transport food to its clients.

They use an indoor crane track system to move the food (specifically their shawarma) and hoist it down to the excited customer.

And it all happens with the least human interaction, kind of similar to the first fully automated restaurant that a Lebanese recently opened in Canada in light of the coronavirus.

Even though places around are opening again, things are not the way they used to be. 

In this reality, people are wearing face masks, social distancing, checking their temperatures, and disinfecting more than usual. 

As the world is finding ways to adapt to the new normal and coexist with the virus, this quick bites Lebanese restaurant is surely on to something, and people are loving it!

Here’s the Shawarma on its way!


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