Restaurants see brisk business, steady bookings ahead of Chinese New Year

TungLok Group is between 70 per cent and 100 per cent booked for reunion dinners across the group’s 13 Chinese restaurant brands. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO
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SINGAPORE - Customers are pressing ahead with dine-in bookings for Chinese New Year, with restaurants seeing brisk business for reunion dinners.

However, given dining restrictions, restaurants and businesses in the food and beverage sector say deliveries and takeaways will once again be a big part of the celebrations this year, with customers and restaurants alike watching developments of Omicron cases closely.

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