If you think the SARS scare is all a big hype, then just ignore this topic. But if you eat out a lot and are taking SARS prevention seriously, let’s share some info here.
Of all the public places, restaurants are the only ones that you don’t see people wear masks (for the obvious reason). So it’s up to the restauranteurs to take the precautions.
I went to Ding Tai Feng on XinYi Rd the other night and was truly impressed. First they take your temperature at the door. If you pass (under 38 degrees), they then spray your hands with alcohol before letting you in. I thought that was more than adequate until I saw people at the next table get up to leave. As soon as they stepped away, the server sprayed the table and chairs with alcohol and wiped everything down. I doubt anyone can outdo these guys. Have you been to any restaurants lately that are taking such painstaking precautions?