A restaurant in Malaysia is offering customers the chance to dine without leaving their cars.

Paddy House Restaurant in Cyberjaya, Malaysia, announced last week social media This will provide a drive-in service to patrons who miss out on eating out.

According to another social media, customers can pre-order their food, or order them once they arrive at the restaurant’s parking lot Post. And unlike a typical takeaway meal, Paddy House’s drive-in meal comes on a tray with a “proper meal set”. The restaurant said.

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According to Reuters, Podi House, provided its dine-in service due to coronovirus and previously offered only takeaway meals.

During a lockdown due to a coronavirus in Cyberjaya, Malaysia, customers dined in their car outside the Pedi House restaurant.  (Report / Lim Heuve Teng)

During a lockdown due to a coronavirus in Cyberjaya, Malaysia, customers dined in their car outside the Pedi House restaurant. (Report / Lim Heuve Teng)

But the restaurant business declined by 80% and Padi House owner Leow Kim Ngan had to make amends.

He Told Reuters that the drive-in dining was inspired by the airline’s meals.

A waiter serves the customer outside the Padi House restaurant for a 'dine in car' service.  (Report / Lim Heuve Teng)

A waiter serves the customer outside the Padi House restaurant for a ‘dine in car’ service. (Report / Lim Heuve Teng)

“It’s very challenging, we have to think of a new way to find more income,” Lev told the news agency.

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According to the news agency report, according to Reuters, Malaysia is currently under a nationwide lockdown, which is scheduled to expire on 18 February. The country averages over 4,600 new coronovirus cases.

According to Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus map, There have been 238,721 coronavirus cases and 857 deaths in Malaysia.

A pedi house dish has been painted for 'Dine in Car' service.  (Report / Lim Heuve Teng)

A pedi house dish has been painted for ‘Dine in Car’ service. (Report / Lim Heuve Teng)