Instead of closing it, a flood increases the demand for a...

Instead of closing it, a flood increases the demand for a...
Instead of closing it, a flood increases the demand for a...

A flood caused a Thai restaurant to be more popular than to close.

Titpurn Gutimanon thought that her restaurant, located on the bank of the Chao Phraya River in Thailand, would be closed for good, due to a wave of floods that added to the problems the restaurant is already facing due to the Covid-19 pandemic..

But the high tide in the river this week has unexpectedly become a blessing rather than a curse.

Instead of closing the restaurant due to the water, it became popular across Thailand, as it remained open to customers who seemed to enjoy the food with their legs in the water while standing and laughing whenever a passing boat sent small waves towards them..

“Customers love the waves very much,” said Titburn, who runs the Chao Phraya Antique Cafe and Restaurant in Nonthaburi, north of Bangkok.

And videos spread like wildfire on social media of customers sitting on benches in the middle of the water, eating, enjoying and trying to avoid the waves pushed by the boats towards them..

About 30 provinces in the north and center of the country have experienced flooding in the past few weeks, raising the water level of the famous river that flows through Bangkok..

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