BORDER eateries have batten down the hatches and are throwing open their windows for takeaway food.
After cafes were forced to close their doors on Monday afternoon to comply with public health orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic, venues have quickly adapted with takeaway and home delivery menus.
Corowa eatery Doc Yarrum Cafe is offering a modified takeaway menu and new home delivery service.
Owner Jack Schilg said they offered made-to-order takeaway food and coffee as well as reheatable meals.
He said they extended a home delivery service to customers within Corowa and Wahgunyah.
"We had four deliveries today but hope that will grow as people find out about it," he said.
"The delivery service is for food and coffee too."
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Mr Schilg said they preferred contactless payment.
"We're trying to minimise germ spreading so card payment for orders is preferred," Mr Schilg said.
Doc Yarrum has been using the Skip app for orders for 18 months.
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