After “Tough Search For Next Location”, Grub Bistro At Bishan Park Will Reopen Near Orchard Road - 8 Days Skip to main content

After “Tough Search For Next Location”, Grub Bistro At Bishan Park Will Reopen Near Orchard Road

“It was discouraging and we contemplated giving up the biz,” says Grub’s boss, who is forced to relocate the popular Bishan bistro after being outbid by another F&B tenant.

After “Tough Search For Next Location”, Grub Bistro At Bishan Park Will Reopen Near Orchard Road

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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