Home > Parisian restaurant offers one-euro menu to help students amid pandemic crisis

Parisian restaurant offers one-euro menu to help students amid pandemic crisis


Paris, Feb 13 (EFE), (Camera: Martí Rodríguez).- The restaurant Le Reflet, located in the fashionable Marais district in Paris, is now offering students a complete menu for just one euro. The initiative was launched with the aim of helping those university students who have lost their informal jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic. FOOTAGE OF THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT LE REFLET.SOUNDBITES OF:-OLIVIER VELLUTINI, MANAGER OF THE RESTAURANT LE REFLET:"Now it is three weeks since we launched the initiative thanks to different suppliers and donors and the truth is that many people have followed us, creating a true chain of solidarity." "Le Reflet is an extraordinary restaurant where people with trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) work". -ADELAIDE, 22-YEAR-OLD STUDENT:"It is difficult. Before I earned extra money as a babysitter. Nowadays, I can't. I have looked for other things, but it is complicated. So this is a great opportunity to eat a balanced menu and eat potatoes every day."

Added on the 13/02/2021 13:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Senegal MPs adopt amnesty law amid political crisis

    By 94 votes in favour and 49 against, Senegalese MPs pass an amnesty law covering acts linked to deadly protests in the last three years, a controversial text aimed at calming the crisis sparked by the presidential election delay. IMAGES

    06/03/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • Several Senegal opponents released from prison amid political crisis

    Cheering and joy as several government opponents are released from the Reubeuss prison in Senegal, amid a political crisis that has gripped the country since the presidential election was delayed. IMAGES

    15/02/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • US envoys arrive in Quito to discuss security amid Ecuador crisis

    General Laura Richardson, commander of the US Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), arrives at the Carondelet Palace in Quito, Ecuador. A US government delegation, led by Special Presidential Advisor for the Americas to Joe Biden's administration, Christopher Dodd, is beginning a three-day visit to discuss plans for security cooperation between the two countries. IMAGES

    22/01/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • Uruguay races against time to secure tap water supply amid freshwater scarcity crisis

    Heavy machinery moves soil at a makeshift dam while workers hoist giant pipes over mounds of earth at two construction sites in the south of Uruguay, as the South American country struggles to enhance its aging water delivery infrastructure to cope with an unprecedented three-year-long drought that has put at risk the supply of tap water for about 60% of the population. IMAGES

    10/07/2023 - AFPTV - First images
  • Biden 'reevaluating' Asia G7 plans amid debt crisis: W.House

    President Joe Biden will still leave Wednesday for the G7 summit in Japan but is reevaluating the rest of his planned tour of Asia, spokesperson for the White House National Security Council John Kirby tells reporters, as the White House negotiates with Republican leaders to avoid a US debt default. Until now the president had planned to also visit Papua New Guinea and Australia after the G7 meeting in Hiroshima. SOUNDBITE

    16/05/2023 - AFPTV - First images
  • EU finance ministers meet amid energy crisis

    EU finance ministers meet in Luxembourg for the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN), as Europe finds itself in the midst of an energy crisis caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. IMAGES

    04/10/2022 - AFPTV - First images

More videosHealth