Restaurants under No Signboard Holdings still dishing up meals amid rental red ink

Two Mom’s Touch Chicken and Burger eateries might be affected as No Signboard Holdings gets letters of demand for more than $176,000, mainly rent. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Restaurants under No Signboard Holdings are still dishing up meals while the firm grapples with demands for unpaid rent that threaten to close two of its outlets and may even send the company itself belly up.

While the two Mom's Touch Chicken and Burger eateries might be affected, it is business as usual at No Signboard Seafood, Little Sheep Hot Pot and nosignboard Sheng Jian, said Mr Robson Lee, the company's corporate legal adviser, on Friday (Feb 4).

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