As France’s cafés, bars and retaurants finally reopen, we talk to Chef Didier Quemener

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After having been closed for over six months, the bars, cafés and retaurants that give #Paris its distinctive convivial charm have begun welcoming back their customers.

Didier Quemener, from restaurant Plein Ouest, talks to France 24’s François Picard about the impact of lockdown on the #HospitalityIndustry and how he and others plan to manage a return to more normal times.

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