Caring M'sian Compiles List Of Klang Valley Eateries With Fully Vaccinated Staff

A woman got the idea to compile a list of restaurants with fully vaccinated workers to ensure that food service employees will also be protected from COVID-19 while serving their customers.

Cover image via Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee (Facebook) , Baba Low Bangsar Utama (Facebook) , Yeast Group (Facebook)

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The government recently announced that fully vaccinated people in the Klang Valley can start dining in at restaurants again

All you need to do is make sure that you've passed the 14-day mark after the second dose of the Pfizer, AstraZeneca, or Sinovac vaccine.

Meanwhile, for those who received the Johnson & Johnson or CanSino vaccine, you'd have to wait 28 days after your jab.

Then, you'll have to flaunt your vaccine certificate to restaurant staff before entering the outlet.

And just like that, you can enjoy a meal at your favourite food spots again.

However, not all restaurants have opened their doors to welcome fully vaccinated folks and many people are still hesitant about eating out in public

Thankfully, a Twitter user has compiled a list of eateries in the Klang Valley with vaccinated employees to put some of your worries at ease.

On Wednesday, 25 August, Twitter user @fruhrzf, whose real name is Farah Aiman Razif, wrote, "I understand dine-in hesitancy. Hence, this is a thread I compiled of restaurants that are open for dine-in with fully vaccinated staff (*1 dose if stated) in Klang Valley. Feel free to suggest more if you know! For more information, you can check [the] link."

Her tweet has since garnered over 1,100 retweets and 1,000 likes.

Farah told SAYS that the idea came to her as she struggled to find a database that listed down all the restaurants with fully vaccinated employees.

She said, "I got the idea to make a list because the government made it mandatory for customers to be fully vaccinated but not for the food service employees. Which, for me, seems counterproductive in the effort to curb COVID-19 cases. So, I decided that I would only dine in at restaurants with fully vaccinated staff."

"I tried looking up online for any database available but there was none. So, I started just building the list for my own reference. I literally just wanted to have banana leaf rice and some drinks with my friends," the 24-year-old added.

She then elaborated that she will try to update the sheet more as time goes by, but she is also busy juggling her full-time job as an auditor.

"So I'm trying to find a way to help businesses with fully vaccinated staff to log their information and streamline the process," she said.

Farah's impressive list includes the full addresses of these restaurants and even notes whether they are halal-certified or not.

So, if you're ready to start dining out again, you can consider these restaurants where all the employees are fully vaccinated:

1. The Sticky Wicket, Bukit Damansara

2. Pahit, Bukit Bintang

3. Huckleberry, Bukit Damansara and Bangsar

4. Nutmeg, Bangsar

5. Peko-Peko, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

6. Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee, Subang Jaya

7. Baba Low, Bangsar Utama

8. Botanica+Co, Bangsar South

9. Blonde, Bukit Damansara

10. Jibby Chow, Bangsar

11. Jibby By The Park, Desa Parkcity

12. Oh Yeah Banana Leaf, Bukit Bintang

13. Mantra Rooftop Bar and Lounge, Bangsar

14. JungleBird, Bukit Damansara

15. The Attic Bar, Kuala Lumpur

16. Mahbub, Bangsar

17. Yeast Bistronomy, Bangsar and Taman Tun Dr Ismail

18. Sushi Ryu, KLCC

19. Nippori, Petaling Jaya

20. Luce Osteria Contemporanea, Kuala Lumpur

21. Vin's, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

22. Positano Risto, Publika

23. Devi's Corner, Bangsar

24. Ramen Bar Shi Shi Do, Petaling Jaya

25. La Risata Bar Pizzeria Ristorante, Medan Damansara and Ampang

26. Michelangelo's Restaurant & Bar, Pavillion KL and Solaris Mont Kiara

If you're not in the mood to eat out, you can always tapau from local eateries to support their business during these trying times:

Meanwhile, Dr Noor Hisham previously asserted that the ongoing reopening of sectors is not indicative of the situation being safe: