World-beating Wolfgat forced to think outside the box to survive
Restaurant in Paternoster feels the pinch as lockdown regulations keep customers away
A tiny beach restaurant in Paternoster on the West Coast shot to fame in 2019 when it was voted the world’s best eating house for dishes based on the essence of the sea. But the limelight swiftly faded after the coronavirus pandemic arrived, and today the much-acclaimed Wolfgat is counting its losses.
Restaurants across the country have been shut to diners since March 27 when lockdown was imposed.
Starting in May, blanket restrictions were eased slightly, enabling restaurants to cook but for takeaways only...