Last days of Glory

Second generation owner Chin Der Ann (second from right), with his daughter Wendy Chin (right), sister Chin Choon Siang (second from left), brother-in-law Tan Hee Liang (far left), and long-time patron James Ee (centre), at Glory Catering on Tuesday.
Second generation owner Chin Der Ann (second from right), with his daughter Wendy Chin (right), sister Chin Choon Siang (second from left), brother-in-law Tan Hee Liang (far left), and long-time patron James Ee (centre), at Glory Catering on Tuesday. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

The retail shopfront of Glory Catering will shutter on Saturday but it is business as usual for its food products and catering service

Yet another heritage food outlet is closing - Glory Catering's 40-seat halal-certified eatery in Katong shutters on Saturday.

It is the Glory brand's only retail shopfront that is known for its Peranakan-style nasi padang, Nonya kueh and popiah. During the festive seasons, it would also roll out goodies for Chinese New Year, as well as halal-certified rice dumplings and mooncakes.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 29, 2019, with the headline 'Last days of Glory'. Print Edition | Subscribe