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Covid-19 has claimed many F&B casualties, and as the pandemic wears on, more homegrown eateries are calling it a day. Amoy Street's Swee Kee Eating House, which serves snakehead fish soup noodles, is closing end-May while roast meat specialist Foong Kee Coffee Shop ​​​​​​​is shuttering permanently on June 15, 2021. It has been operating at Keong Saik Road for over 15 years after moving from its previous base at Commonwealth Crescent.

The joint is famous for its Cantonese-style charcoal-roasted duck, siew yoke and char siew, which is made with a cut of pork known as “bu jian tian” (‘no see sky’ in Mandarin, which refers to the pig’s tender armpit area).

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