Reservations and digital menus: restaurants adapt to the new normal

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New rules ban tableside service, part of the spectacle of the pressed duck at Pasjoli. Photo credit: Christian Seel

With confusing guidelines and restrictions for reopening, Los Angeles Times Deputy Food Editor Andrea Chang reports on what guests can expect when visiting their favorite restaurants. Korean barbecue spots and Ethiopian restaurants, where communal eating is the culture, are struggling to adapt their formats. Meanwhile, the all-you-can-eat buffet veers toward extinction.



Evan Kleiman