An Auckland cafe has shown off its Kiwi ingenuity in tackling the new way of life since the Covid-19 lockdown.
Since New Zealand has downgraded to alert level 3, many food businesses are allowed to re-open following a five-week lockdown.
However some restrictions, including online ordering and contactless service, mean businesses have to find new ways of serving their customers.
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Green Bay cafe Zoom Expresso decided to get creative.
In a Facebook post, the business showed off its contactless service system, which involves a long wooden plank with a tray attached to it.
One customer shared a Tweet of the contraption in action, as the employee pushes the coffee.
"Love the Kiwi ingenuity!!," Stephanie Whyte wrote in a post.
The post has been praised by others, with many locals saying they will pay the cafe a visit.
According to Zoom Expresso's Facebook page, it will be open from 7am - 2pm and is only accepting cash at this stage. Customers can also pre-pay online.
Local cafes and restaurants have pleaded with customers to order their food directly as Uber Eats continues to take a 30 to 35 per cent cut of each order.