Last week, 8days.sg reported that min jiang kueh hawker Teo Ah Bee was closing his popular Kueh Pulau Pinang stall at Buangkok Crescent. The 73-year-old had been planning to work there for as long as he could, until his coffeeshop management shifted his stall to make way for a revamp.
His new spot in the kopitiam, Ah Bee said, was just too cramped to continue his operations. “If they didn’t move my stall I would have continued working until I couldn’t,” he told us. So Ah Bee decided to wind up his stall on Aug 31. “On my last day there, there was a long queue from 6.30am,” he shared.
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