Popular Cantonese restaurants, Loy Sum Juan and Mitzi, reopen at hawker centres
Two popular Cantonese restaurants, Loy Sum Juan and Mitzi, have reopened at hawker centres
Published on Jul 27, 2014 11:58 AM
When the going gets tough, the tough downgrade their businesses and get on with it.
Weighed down by manpower and rental woes, two popular Cantonese restaurants, Loy Sum Juan and Mitzi, closed and have returned as hawker stalls.
Loy Sum Juan, which wound up at Murray Terrace in March this year, has been revived by its second-generation owner Roy Loi as a stall called 12 Stones Noodle House.
After three months at ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre, the stall closed yesterday and will re-open at Market Street "Golden Shoe Car Park" Food Centre on Aug 4.
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“My mother said it was a pity to close it, but we had to move on from the stress of dealing with manpower and rent problems.”
MR ROY LOI, whose family restaurant Loy Sum Juan at Murray Terrace closed in March this year. He revived it as 12 Stones Noodle House at ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre. It will move to Market Street Food Centre next month
“I’m tired but I need to cook for my regular customers.”
MR CHAN PAK HOI, who closed his restaurant, Mitzi, in Tanjong Pagar two years ago and reopened it at the hawker centre at Chinatown Complex