Singapore’s high-end restaurants such as Mandala Club (above) are largely weathering restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic, but some casual restaurants and food stalls are struggling. Singapore’s high-end restaurants such as Mandala Club (above) are largely weathering restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic, but some casual restaurants and food stalls are struggling.
Singapore’s high-end restaurants such as Mandala Club (above) are largely weathering restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic, but some casual restaurants and food stalls are struggling.
Food and Drinks

How Singapore’s restaurants are weathering the Covid-19 storm, some better than others

  • Fine-dining restaurants such as Odette and Mandala Club – host for a pop-up by three-Michelin-star Mirazur – have stayed afloat, but casual ones have suffered
  • With in-person dining banned again for a month, restaurant owners talk about how they have adapted while others explain why they have had to shut up shop

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Singapore’s high-end restaurants such as Mandala Club (above) are largely weathering restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic, but some casual restaurants and food stalls are struggling. Singapore’s high-end restaurants such as Mandala Club (above) are largely weathering restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic, but some casual restaurants and food stalls are struggling.
Singapore’s high-end restaurants such as Mandala Club (above) are largely weathering restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic, but some casual restaurants and food stalls are struggling.
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