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Toa Payoh’s Popular Uno Beef House Relocates To New “Hermès Orange” Stall

The Western food stall was asked by its coffeeshop landlord to move out of its longtime location after 18 years, apparently to make way for Malaysian zi char joint Ipoh Tuck Kee Son.
Toa Payoh’s Popular Uno Beef House Relocates To New “Hermès Orange” Stall
After 18 years at its longtime Toa Payoh Lor 6 location, popular Western food stall Uno Beef House has moved to a new address. But it’s still in Toa Payoh, at Lor 1. The stall is famous for its wallet-friendly steaks with mashed potato balls, which are served on sizzling cow-shaped hotplates.

Speaking to 8days.sg, Uno’s second-generation owner Rico Lin, 42, says the move came about as the coffeeshop recently changed owners. “The new landlord didn’t want to rent out [the stall] to us anymore,” he shares, adding that the management plans to allocate the unit to another tenant — Malaysian moonlight hor fun specialist Ipoh Tuck Kee Son, which is moving over from a nearby industrial estate coffeeshop at Lor 8.

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