Welcome to ETEN, a Dutch restaurant nestled in the heart of Amsterdam.
It recently came up with an idea on how to offer classy outdoor dining in the age of social distancing: small glass cabins built for two or three people.
Waiters wear gloves and transparent face shields, and use a long board to serve dishes to ensure minimal physical contact with customers.
The concept is currently being trialed only for family and friends of staff.
While the booths certainly look glamorous, there may be a downside.
Dutch restaurants are closed to the public until at least May 19, though kitchens may operate for takeaway.