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Bangkok: Bars and pubs must get all the accreditation and follow all protocols to be declared "restaurants"


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3 hours ago, smedly said:

call your bar a restaurant then your bar can sell alcohol

that makes perfect sense to me.

I'm curious what a 7/11 ham and cheese warmed between the thighs of a dusky maiden on agogo play mat will taste like?

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

A Bangkok Municipal Authority Covid-19 meeting warned pubs, bars and karaokes in the Thai capital that they can't just serve a bite to eat and get away with serving alcohol.

Oh dear, that's gonna go down like a lead balloon.

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

SHA+ and Covid Free Setting accreditation and follow all the required protocols before they would be allowed to operate as restaurants.

 

Thank God for the SHA+.


I've been for a ride last couple of days.
All the old SH1TTY little bars that are now restaurants.
Soi Buakhao, soi 7, Beach Road. All serving alcohol. 


I hope we can get a few GoGo bars in walking street with Sha+,

 

🙏🙏🙏🙏
 

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21 minutes ago, SAFETY FIRST said:

Thank God for the SHA+.


I've been for a ride last couple of days.
All the old SH1TTY little bars that are now restaurants.
Soi Buakhao, soi 7, Beach Road. All serving alcohol. 


I hope we can get a few GoGo bars in walking street with Sha+,

 

🙏🙏🙏🙏
 

Call it a GoGo restaurant and you can be open in a week.....

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7 hours ago, wombat said:

that makes perfect sense to me.

I'm curious what a 7/11 ham and cheese warmed between the thighs of a dusky maiden on agogo play mat will taste like?

Tuna.

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Apparently all the SHA accreditation courses are full for the next few weeks, especially in Chonburi.

I wonder what the actual definition of a restaurant in Thailand is, to obtain a license.

Does it actually need to have a kitchen for example?

From what I've seen so far that's not the case.

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13 hours ago, SAFETY FIRST said:

Thank God for the SHA+.


I've been for a ride last couple of days.
All the old SH1TTY little bars that are now restaurants.
Soi Buakhao, soi 7, Beach Road. All serving alcohol. 


I hope we can get a few GoGo bars in walking street with Sha+,

 

🙏🙏🙏🙏
 

Even the Thai karaoke bars on soi Kohpai were open last night. 

 

I'm going to soi 6 this afternoon, hopefully there will be a few Sha+ restaurants open, I will have an appetite. 

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In most countries, a restaurant should have a kitchen to cook the food.

  In Thailand, likely a brown envelope with sufficient funds should suffice the cause.

  TIT after all, and COVID being a new thing for Thailand as well as the world, it

creates all sorts of new problems.

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2 hours ago, JonnyF said:

Just another way of controlling everyone and everything, creating a myriad of rules and regulations and then bribing cops to ignore them or fining people for breaking them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Correct Safety, It's all about control. This new controlling gov't won't be giving you your freedom back any time soon. Same picture around the world. Our basic rights and freedoms are forfitted via Covid (protection) they're doing this to protect you from CV. 555

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