The Salted Plum is closing both outlets at Circular Road and Suntec City on 13 Dec 2020.
Known for its affordable Taiwanese-style meals and Taiwanese “tapas” that are priced at S$5, S$10 and S$15, The Salted Plum is one of our go-to places for Taiwanese food in Singapore and we are sad to share this announcement.
Sum Yi Tai—which houses 3 concepts over 3 storeys in a conservation shophouse—is another Covid-19 casualty.
Sum Yi Tai was a popular hangout spot in the CBD which offered dim sum lunch and tapas-style dishes in a crimson-lit gangland bar. It has shut down its establishment at 25 Boon Tat Street because of the high rental in the CBD.
Yoogane Singapore has closed its last outlet in Singapore at Westgate on 1 Nov 2020.
Probably the most popular chicken galbi restaurant in South Korea, Yoogane opened to much fanfare when it first arrived in Singapore but the business slowly died down over the years.
The famous Yet Con Chicken Rice Restaurant is closed for now.
Having been around for over 70 years now, Yet Con Restaurant remains one of Singapore’s last bastions for authentic Hainanese food. Their signature Hainanese chicken rice is a must and they even have an option for hot pot.
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 30 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.
In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, many establishments in the Food & Beverage industry have sadly been very hard hit. With recent measures being put in place by the government, a number of restaurants, bars and cafes across Singapore have been forced to close their shutters or move to takeaway and delivery options just so that we can try to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections.
We have here a list of places that have temporarily closed their doors during this period and will not be having delivery or takeaway options. We sincerely hope that the situation gets better soon so these businesses can start their engines again to make back whatever losses they may incur right now.
May we all stay safe during this exhausting period!
Casual dining restaurant Kenny Rogers Roasters is closing its last outlet at Great World City this Sunday, April 14. We will miss them for their rotisserie roasted chicken and variety of hot and cold side dishes.
The management, Pacific Utama Pte Ltd, put up a notice at the entrance to their last outlet that the end of this week will be their last day serving customers. The announcement also thanked everyone for their “patronage all these years”.
The American restaurant opened here in 1994 and has quietly closed several outlets over the last couple of years.