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Cheer mixed with slight trepidation at potential enforcement issues probably best characterizes the feelings of F&B runners 8days.sg spoke to about the relaxation of dine-in curbs that take effect from today.  

Fully vaccinated people from the same household can now dine out in groups of up to five at eateries, with the exception of hawker centres and coffee shops, as the latter cannot carry out comprehensive checks on all diners.

Soft recorded music can also be played at F&B outlets, something that has been, well, off the menu since June 18. Live music and entertainment however remains off the table.

8days.sg asks six restaurateurs for their reactions to the new rules: Do they see light at the end of a long, long tunnel? Are they worried about errant diners trying to pull a fast one about their um, living arrangements, similar to how some had previously tried to fake positive vaccination status (reacting nastily when caught)? Read on to find out.

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