Private dining scene sizzles again

Businesses look to expand and grow as Covid-19 measures ease, while some are booked out till the end of next year

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Like restaurants, the private dining scene in Singapore is taking off once again, now that the Covid-19 cap on visitors to homes has been lifted.

For much of the last two years, private dining businesses either could not operate because visitors were not allowed in homes, or chefs could host only up to five people a day or at a time.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 15, 2022, with the headline Private dining scene sizzles again. Subscribe