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Food galore at revamped Safra Toa Payoh

Published on Oct 17, 2012 6:00 AM
The new four-storey clubhouse at Toa Payoh Lorong 6 is three times the size of its predecessor. Apart from the restaurants and two-storey gym, it houses a 24-lane bowling alley, a fencing school and children enrichment centres. It is expected to draw at least 100,000 visitors a month. -- PHOTO: DESMOND LUI FOR THE STRAITS TIMES

When Safra Toa Payoh reopens next weekend after a two-year, $52 million revamp, visitors will find a favourite local pastime - eating - very well catered to.

Singapore's oldest clubhouse for national servicemen and their families has eight food outlets, including Japanese and Korean barbecue restaurants, a steak house and a 24-hour McDonald's.

The previous clubhouse, which was torn down in 2010 for the revamp, had only two outlets.

The eight outlets are also the highest number housed in a Safra clubhouse. Four other clubhouses are in Jurong West, Tampines, Mount Faber and Yishun.

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