Since its launch in June, Grandmaster Prawn Noodles, a home-based business hawking the titular noodles, has been consistently sold out. “We do a limited run of about 30 to 40 bowls each time, twice a week. This is the maximum I can handle for now as I’m the only one cooking,” says sole biz owner, Errol Chandra, 31. The thirty-odd orders are often snapped up within a day – evident from the steady stream of “sold out” updates on Grandmaster Prawn Noodles’ Instagram account.
The young cook, who has a business degree, tells us he is also juggling a full-time job handling accounts and HR for a marketing agency while running the food biz. “My sister is helping with orders and social media, but I’m handling all the kitchen work and operations on my own.”
All photos cannot be reproduced without permission from 8days.sg