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Good news for fans of burger-centric bistro Grub, a familiar fixture at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park. While it announced its closure last September, co-owner Amanda Phan (who runs Grub alongside her husband and chef, Mervyn Phan) revealed that the nine-year-old eatery would only be closing its doors on February 15 this year, about a month later than what was initially announced.

Better yet, she tells 8days.sg that the “tough search for [their] next location” is finally over: Grub has found a new home on the ground floor of Novotel Singapore on Stevens, a hotel along Stevens Road (which is a stone’s throw from Orchard Road). The fully air-conditioned 50-seater (when socially distanced) is a little smaller than their former place in Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, which could seat 70 indoors and outdoors. Amanda says Grub will reopen at Stevens Road end-March.

She adds that it’s still too early to say whether Grub’s menu – comprising cafe fare like the Grub Cheeseburger ($16), Har Cheong Fried Chicken with Waffles ($16) and Sakura Ebi with Prawns pasta ($18) – and prices will change once they’ve made the move.

Meanwhile, Grub has opened a takeaway cheesecake shop at CT Hub 2, Lavender, last December selling just two items – the original Basque burnt cheesecake, and a fragrant Kaya version

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