In this video Sid discusses differences in dining habits, comparing the experiences of his native India where eating out is usually a social event to Thailand where it is a casual part of day-to-day life, and Singapore with its heavy reservation culture. He comments on Eatigo’s experience upon entering the Malaysian market and having to adapt to radically different dining habits. He notes for example how the festival of Ramadan not only affects the Muslim community but the wider population as a whole, transforming dining into a universal activity in which all take part and dine together as a community.
Partner; Head of DFDL India Desk;
Head of the Regional Banking and Finance Practice Group & Head of the Indonesia Practice Group