A restaurant often frequented by clubs, nightclubs and central business district workers as reported closed its doors due to the Covid-19.
The Yan Kee Noodle House along Circular Road, most famous for its bak chor mee sua, is another F&B company that has been vindicated by the onset of the pandemic. The restaurant has been in existence since 2008.
The noodle shop, also known for the minced meat noodles and handmade fish noodles, is a popular place to eat at a meeting place for clubs, as it is close to party places and drinks such as Clarke Pier and is open 24 hours a day.
Singapore’s nightlife scene has been virtually non-existent since March last year, due to Covid-19 measures to curb the spread of the virus.
A search of the noodle store on GrabFood also revealed that the store was closed. The store has a 4.2-star rating on GrabFood.
A spokesman said 8 days ago that the restaurant has stopped operating its circular road noodle union, but has not provided further details.
According to a customer who spoke to the restaurant last month, the store representative said it has closed its original location, but may reopen elsewhere when Covid-19 is established.
Yan Kee Noodle House is an ideal choice for people in CBD offices during lunch breaks. This is due to their reasonably priced dining options, with noodles costing between $ 3 and $ 5 per bowl.
It has appeared on many food blogs such as uncoverasia, timeout, danielfooddiary and oo-foodielicious.com.
The restaurant initially operated from a single stop at the BK Eating House cafe, located across the road. In 2018 he moved to the Circular Road store.
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