It may have been a slow start, but takeaway at the Dudley Hotel has been proving popular in recent weeks.
It's now the fourth week that the Dudley has been offering takeaway, however, it didn't re-open for dine-in customers last Friday.
Dudley manager Peter Heffernan said the hotel is looking into whether it could host dine-in customers in the future, but it won't be happening this week at least.
"At this stage we're looking into it and thinking about, whether that 10 people includes staff as well," he said.
"Since the virus hit, the bottle shop has been open the whole time and that has been trading as normal.
"The bistro is now going into its fourth week and the first week was slow because I don't think many people knew about it.
"The last two weeks have been really good though. The bistro is open seven nights a week and you just need to ring up, place an order and then come pick it up. You can also order on the app."
Mr Heffernan said Dudley regulars have been showing their support during the coronavirus pandemic.
"A lot of our regulars and a lot of other people having been showing support for local business, which is fantastic," he said.
"It's really pleasing seeing supporting local business during these difficult times."
Takeaway dinners are available 5pm-8.30pm seven days a week by calling the Dudley on 6331 5499 or via the app Eat Apply. Pick-up is from the bistro entry on Stewart Street.
The bottle shop also remains open 10am-8pm from Monday to Saturday and from 12pm-6pm on Sunday.