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Hey guys! Good to have a list of all the biz that are closed so that we wont waste our time travel all the way there
Isetan, Marks and spencers etc shops are all closing soon by this year

 

 

Despite with the Jumbo Seafd grp, chinese Jpot has to say gdbye , even though nowadays all kind of pots, be it korean army stew pot or Mala pot or chilli fish seemed so pop

https://www.facebook.com/JPOT.SINGAPORE/?__tn__=kCH-R&eid=ARBO5eRCOdtnmAKchL171J0iRKYTGCAh5JXGJWrt06Lfb9PRaCgnlisqkBWVKS6bsI6KrAq41hw6rfHD&hc_ref=ARQ1O1B5b7q6QbHc0ZKnztSd_ZPNFH9vpY5WskPE8H5jSRSRrRpU0PApMDvCDYXjhMI&fref=nf

 

 

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Restaurants that are closing / had pulled their shutters down since 21st April 2019

 

1. Tapas 26
2. Angela May - Glass house @ DHM
3. Senso
4. Skyve
5. Mythz & Myths
6. Gastro Smith

7. Marble Bistro (30/06/2019 last day of service)

8. Arbite Cafe

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Wow! Senso sounds familiar!

 

another pot related but been expecting this ever since they opend

 

Captain k - the seafood steam which members love (got a thread on it) shifted to :

Captain K Seafood Tower – Middle Road
112 Middle Road, #01-00 Midland House 

Singapore 188970

 

i thk prev location too expensive for them

 

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Another 

 

but easily one knew that such kuehs and what grandma cake will not last too long

i hated the craze of that old grandma cake- nt at all delicious or something worth rem

 

https://cnalifestyle.channelnewsasia.com/trending/non-entree-desserts-cafe-singapore-closing-october-11774502?cid=fbcna

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@Zackling

what is your take on such china-themed restaurants: 

食立方 (small hotpot) shop but not all pot shops survived!

They are able to expand fast here

 

Even marvellous Tokyo Soup Stock didnt survive in sg too, returned back to jp after a short year or so....i find them better than the competitors!

On 6/26/2019 at 11:06 PM, Since u r here said:

Wow! Senso sounds familiar!

 

another pot related but been expecting this ever since they opend

 

Captain k - the seafood steam which members love (got a thread on it) shifted to :

Captain K Seafood Tower – Middle Road
112 Middle Road, #01-00 Midland House 

Singapore 188970

 

i thk prev location too expensive for them

 

 

 

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affordable Saizera closin down
but not cos they are losing $, i think Liang Court cannot make it anymore!
https://mothership.sg/2019/10/saizeriya-liang-court-closing-down/?fbclid=IwAR2I14MIF5PnZUf5t9rhXKLcP8Xf5lCnk66IxJMbuC3VlTI0imxYtzsgjdk
many didnt even know that Liang court's their first outlet! in sg

 

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Liang court is strategically placed at that location for a reason.. it is a place meant for the japs. like lucky plaza is for the pinoy, golden mile for the thais.. 

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yup but it will b closing down for reno soon hence many restaurants will be gone too

On 10/21/2019 at 6:44 PM, Zackling said:

Liang court is strategically placed at that location for a reason.. it is a place meant for the japs. like lucky plaza is for the pinoy, golden mile for the thais.. 

 

 

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@Sincere u r here, to me i don't have much knowledge about small pots shop, but they only thrived in geylang to chinatown area.

 

yes not all small pot shop not survive that long. It's like the bubble tea syndrom. 1 start, all start. 1 burst, all burst. only the strong & good ones will survive. it's a matter how long can they survive as their cliche of clienteles are quite standard. 

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CreatureS, a local restaurant located at Little India, started by a local gay couple, 5yrs into the industry, 4 Talter's awards .. they are closing down.. 

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stateland coffeehouse last service will be on 31/12 at 32 bali lane & on that day itself, they will be pulling down their shutters after a 6.5yrs of good run in the fnb industry. 

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On 12/4/2019 at 1:46 PM, Zackling said:

stateland coffeehouse last service will be on 31/12 at 32 bali lane & on that day itself, they will be pulling down their shutters after a 6.5yrs of good run in the fnb industry. 

 

yawn~~~ next post please

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can More step up before it TURN INTO a dying trade?

he 

ordered a rice dish comprising two or three small dishes. It cost about S$8.               

I was flabbergasted. What justifies the price?
Read more at https://www.todayonline.com/voices/keep-hawker-food-affordable


Funniest thing is we are bidding for UNESCO for hawker food (which flared Msia for that), will food at hawker become more posh and expensive after the awarding?
https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/singapore-bid-unesco-recognition-hawker-culture-not-about-origins-certain-dishes?cid=h3_referral_inarticlelinks_03092019_todayonline
 

 

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/singapore-eyes-spot-its-hawker-culture-unesco-intangible-cultural-heritage-list?cid=h3_referral_inarticlelinks_03092019_todayonline
 

and i really  dont think this scheme will help (although budg 2020 is meant to win votes) 

WAT DO U THINK? 

 

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12 hours ago, luvhandle said:

opened since 2016 and now: shuttered!!! anyone liked their food?

isetan will take over now

 

https://www.todayonline.com/8days/eatanddrink/newsandopening/wismas-japan-food-town-abruptly-closes-tenants-told-move-out-within 

 

This you mean? 

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7 hours ago, Kimochi said:

yes why info not adequate? still need to provide so many links for just a floor of food town? I saw that too but I felt while we can find Japan Food Town’s former tenants at t Pagar etc , still the reason why a town is successful is cos they conglomerate together, one stop shop for all.....Not just Wisma has foodtown , I trust jurong and T pagar has similar concept too

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1 minute ago, luvhandle said:

yes why info not adequate? still need to provide so many links for just a floor of food town? I saw that too but I felt while we can find Japan Food Town’s former tenants at t Pagar etc , still the reason why a town is successful is cos they conglomerate together, one stop shop for all.....Not just Wisma has foodtown , I trust jurong and T pagar has similar concept too

So weird.. Last visit didn't see your link... 

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13 minutes ago, Kimochi said:

So weird.. Last visit didn't see your link... 

no worries!

I think they pref it as a one stop shop rather than scattered all over Singapore.

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24 F&B OUTLETS IN SINGAPORE THAT ARE GOING TO OR HAVE PERMANENTLY CLOSED DURING THE COVID-19 PERIOD

 

It’s an open truth — F&B businesses have not been having the easiest time during this COVID-19 period. With everybody staying in and the decreased footfall, there has been a massive plunge in sales in the F&B sector.

 

Even though many establishments have pushed out delivery and takeaway services, some have not been able to tide through. Whether it was the high rental costs or low profits, these burdens were too heavy to bear.

 

Here is a list of 24 F&B businesses in Singapore which are planning to or have already shut down for good during COVID-19. Nevertheless, we hope that this is not goodbye forever and we’ll see them come back stronger than ever.

 

7TH MILE SEAFOOD


- Zi char restaurant
- Last day of operations: 7 April 2020

 

BOUFE BOUTIQUE CAFE


- Serves brunch fare and pastries
- Last day of operations: 30 June 2020

 

BREKO CAFE


- Served brunch fare and coffee
- Last day of operations: 30 March 2020

 

COFFEE BREAK @ KENT RIDGE


- Served traditional kopi and toast with modern twists
- Last day of operations: Unspecified

 

HASHIDA SUSHI


- Japanese restaurant
- Last day of operations: May 2020 (unspecified)

 

HOUSE OF HAPPINESS @ SIMPANG BEDOK


- Specialised in modern claypot rice dishes
- Last day of operations: 2 January 2020
- Disclaimer: Relocating but new location is unconfirmed

 

INSPIRIT HOUSE


- Family-friendly restaurant
- Last day of operations: August 2020 (unspecified)

 

ISETAN JAPAN FOOD TOWN


- Served Japanese cuisine
- Last day of operations: 29 February 2020

 

JEKYLL & HYDE


- Cocktail bar
- Last day of operations: June 2020 (unspecified)

 

JOK JOK MOR


- Specialised in traditional Thai claypot porridge
- Last day of operations: 18 March 2020

 

KUISHIN BO


- Japanese restaurant
- Last day of operations: 6 April 2020

 

LA CANTINA IN VENEZIA


- Italian restaurant
- Last day of operations: 28 March 2020

 

MAGGIE JOAN’S


- Western restaurant
- Last day of operations: Unspecified

 

MODESTO’S


- Italian restaurant
- Last day of operations: End May 2020 (Modesto’s @ Elizabeth) and End June 2020 (Modesto’s @ Orchard)

 

MOF @ MY IZAKAYA


- Japanese chain restaurant
- Last day of operations: End Feb 2020

 

OROMO COFFEE


- Served brunch and coffee
- Last day of operations: 31 March 2020

 

PARALLEL @ ONE RAFFLES PLACE


- Served smoothie bowls and coffee
- Last day of operations: 4 April 2020

 

PEPPERCORN


- Specialised in Chinese cuisine
- Last day of operations: 25 April 2020

 

ROOKERY @ CAPITAL TOWER


- Served brunch fare and Western & Italian food
- Last day of operations: Unspecified

 

SG PHO HOUSE


- Vietnamese restaurant
- Last day of operations: 7 May 2020

 

SONS


- Italian restaurant cum cocktail bar
- Last day of operations: Unspecified

 

SPICE WORLD HOTPOT


- Sichuan hotpot restaurant
- Lasy day of operations: January 2020 (unspecified)

 

THE PEEL 1889


- Casual Italian restaurant
- Last day of operations: 15 July 2020

 

TIAN WEI SEAFOOD


- Zi char restaurant
- Last day of operations: 29 March 2020

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https://sg.yahoo.com/finance/news/singapores-china-club-to-close-files-for-voluntary-liquidation-100908710.html

 

Singapore’s China Club to close, files for voluntary liquidation

By Kai Hsiang Chang and Ranjeetha Pakiam

 

(Bloomberg) -- Singapore’s famous China Club said it will shutter permanently after 19 years, citing stiff competition in the food and beverage industry, and escalating labor and operating costs.

 

“The club has been suffering losses for a few years and will no longer be able to remain financially viable,” General Manager Andrew Mah said in a statement on its website. “It is with deep regret that we will have to file for voluntary liquidation and close the club.”

 

The government last month ordered restaurants to switch to takeaways or deliveries, and halt on-site dining, under a national lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

 

Inaugurated in May 2001, the China Club offered traditional Chinese food and personalized services to members from the 52nd floor of a commercial tower in Singapore’s central business district, according to its website.

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latest update

 

https://www.msn.com/en-sg/news/singapore/covid-19-heres-a-list-of-fandb-businesses-in-spore-that-have-been-forced-to-close-for-good/ar-BB14TLii?li=BBr8Cnr&fbclid=IwAR15SQAGR6aCXhL2GcKGLCWcwOcWFq_nQdBxgwVpBq3X6QIAlSrpHYXLea8

 

COVID-19: Here’s A List Of F&B Businesses In S’pore That Have Been Forced To Close For Good

 

Permanently Closed:

  • High Steaks
  • Breko Cafe
  • The Chophouse
  • Hops & Berries
  • Long Time Ago
  • Meats N Malts
  • Purple Turtle
  • Chi Kinjo
  • Lounge 7
  • The Botanic Restaurant
  • Miss Chinatown
  • 7th Mile Seafood
  • Isetan Japan Food Town @ Wisma Atria
  • La Cantina in Venezia
  • Ministry of Food
  • Oromo Coffee
  • Spice World Hotpot
  • Tian Wei Seafood Zi Char Restaurant
  • Kuishin Bo
  • Jok Jok Mor Traditional Thai
  • SG Pho House
  • Coffee Break @ Singapore Science Park (outlets at Hong Lim and Amoy Street Food Centre still open)
  • Chinadoll

Temporarily Closed:

  • Five Bar
  • Salt Grill & Sky Bar
  • Peppercorn (lease has ended, they will be “taking a break” for a few months during this circuit breaker period)
  • Hashida Sushi

Currently Open:

  • Modesto’s
  • Maggie Joan’s Dining & Bar
  • Jekyll and Hyde (it will close shop once its tenancy ends on June 14)
  • Owl Bristol
  • Jamie’s Italian
  • Boufe Boutique Cafe
  • Inspirit House
  • Rookery
  • Parallel (shop is closed, only home deliveries available)

(Do take note that these businesses are still listed as operational on their websites/social media pages, and may have yet to make any official announcements with regards to any closures.)

Expect More Closures

The statistics are grim, according to a Chope survey.

 

93 per cent of restaurants have seen a dip in revenue, 78 per cent are not prepared to last longer than six months if things do not get better, 80 per cent are reducing staff to cut costs and a third have asked full-time staff to take compulsory leave.

 

To add on, food and beverage contributes 0.8 per cent to Singapore’s gross domestic product.

 

The estimated 12,000 restaurants here employ 200,000 people, whose jobs are now in jeopardy because diners have vanished in the time of coronavirus.

 

With the potential closure of more restaurants, business owners do not only stand to lose (more) money, but the livelihoods of the F&B workers will also be affected.

 

Hopefully when the dining-in ban is lifted in Phase 2 of the circuit breaker reopening, things will also look up for the F&B industry.

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Sniff sniff.....just in nt long& i luv crystal j and imperial t, not tunglok though!!!! Nt the other too....

 

16-year-old Imperial Treasure Nan Bei Restaurant is the latest victim claimed by the Covid-19 pandemic, which has devastated the food and beverage industry.

 

 

 

 

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CLOSING OF A CHAPTER

08TH JUNE 2020
 

A Letter from Founder, Claudia

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the closure of our Millenia Walk outlet when our lease ends in July.

 

We hope that we have somehow touched the community with our heart to serve you well through food lovingly prepared alongside warm hospitality. Plentyfull has been home to us and just like family, we have cried, argued, laughed and most importantly learned to ride through the tough times and celebrate the great times together.

 

We choose to celebrate the blessings that have come out of this circuit breaker. It warms our heart to see friends and families show their appreciation and love for each other through care package and meal deliveries to each other’s homes, and even to the frontliners that have been working tirelessly to make our country safer. We loved seeing and reading stories of people banding together to help the less fortunate and also show little acts of kindness to delivery workers that risk their health so that we get our essentials. On our part, we were privileged enough to sponsor meals to many families in need through FoodBank.

 

It gives us hope that there are little rainbows waiting for us after a storm. After all, that is the whole purpose of why we started Plentyfull in the first place, to bring people together through food that nourishes and restores your soul.

 

Looking back, we are honored to have been part of hosting birthdays, celebrations, and weddings. Thank you for trusting us with your very special life moments.

To us, food is not only a basic need but it brings people together. Plentyfull is a journey with awesome companions and great food served along the way.

 

Internally, the team has grown closer together and we have learned so much from each other. It warms my heart to know that we stayed true to the brand philosophy of creating a culture of honor in seeing the good in each other and pushing each other to fulfill our potential. We have taken on challenges that have pushed us to our limits like catering for the VIP suites for F1 3 years in a row, large multi-national corporations and some big brand names in fashion.

 

On the corporate social responsibility front, we were able to work with FoodBank and their corporate parter, Geneco, by hosting a fun gathering and tea for one of their beneficiaries being a senior citizens home. We also advocated a movement against food wastage where we took “ugly” produce and items from the FoodBank warehouse to create special dishes in which proceeds went back to FoodBank. We never intended to be loud about it and just do what we believed in, but were pleasantly surprised to find out it generated a lot of positive interest with customers and the press.

 

Closing our first outlet is not an easy decision, but we believe it is the right one for this season. Our lease is up for renewal in July, and given the current pandemic and economic environment, we felt it is time to end this chapter. With any challenge we face, we look at it as a prime opportunity to learn and grow from it, as well as innovate and come up with fresh ideas. As such, we are going to use this little break to re-strategize, find creative ways to pivot our business going forward and slow down to reconnect with family and loved ones. The F&B scene has and will continue to evolve. People will look at dining in and out very differently.

 

 

Though bittersweet, this goodbye is not forever. While we slowly re-focus and find a new home, you can still have a taste of restoration at our sister concept, Plentyfull Bakery & Deli at Great World. There, you’ll still find the same goodness we’ve been serving up at Plentyfull Millenia Walk but with a more casual, sunnier vibe and a different menu. Dig into daily fresh baked breads and cakes, bright salads and hearty hot mains like the Westside braised meatballs, and our beloved bubur ayam (a dish we first launched at this outlet).

Thank you to everyone that supported us throughout the years. We value and cherish you. You make everyday coming to work a joy. See you soon!

With heartfelt thanks,

 

 

Claudia – Plentyfull Founder

 

Edited by single42

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It is with a heavy heart that we announce that The Pelican at One Fullerton will remain closed and will cease operations on 30 June 2020.

We would like to extend our sincerest gratitude for your unwavering support over the past 8 years. Thank you and stay safe.

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Plentyfull is feeling thankful.

On 14th June 2020, we cooked for our last service at our Millenia Walk Outlet. The past 4 years was an amazing journey filled with good food and beautiful memories. We are honoured to have been part of so many of our customers' important life's events. To our loyal supporters and the entire Plentyfull team who worked tirelessly through the years, this video is dedicated to all of you.
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We would like to hear from you. Share with us on the comment section below, on your most memorable moment at Plentyfull and our favorites will receive a surprise from us. ❤️
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As we look back and reflect on our journey, we hope we have brought joy and a taste of restoration to you. In the meantime, please come say hi at our sister concept Plentyfull Bakery & Deli at Great World where we serve up baked goods and a more casual menu. See you soon!
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#plentyfullsg #atasteofrestoration #citizenofeating #withlovefromplentyfull

 

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