Hellenic Club of Canberra opens drive-thru option for Ginseng and Fillos restaurants


After being ordered by the federal government to temporarily shut down, the Hellenic Club of Canberra have opened up a drive-thru option for the Ginseng Chinese and Fillos Taverna + Bar restaurant’s.

“The Hellenic Club might be closed for a little while yet, but our drive-thru is still open for take-away from your faves – Ginseng and Fillos!”, a statement made by Hellenic Club of Canberra says.

The two restaurants will be open seven days a week, for lunch and dinner, providing a food delivering alternative to customers.

“Simply phone the restaurant, and they will bring it to you in your car when ready,” the statement says.

Earlier in the week, Hellenic Club of Canberra CEO Ian Cameron discussed the clubs despair in being forced to close its doors for coronavirus precautions, wishing for members to continue to “support these family businesses”.

“Unfortunately at this time it is not clear how long we will need to remain closed, but I would like to assure you that we will keep you updated with any further developments as this situation continues to evolve,” Cameron says.

“We understand this is an extremely difficult time for many people in the community, and we thank you for your understanding and support over the years. We will also be doing our best to support all our staff, contractors and suppliers during this time.”




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