Popular Jurong Point Roast Meat Joint Lai Lai Kitchen Closes After 26 Years
It was well-known for serving wallet-friendly roast meat and wanton noodles.
The closure came about as Lai Lai Kitchen’s chef-owner See Kwee Tee, 68, is retiring. Speaking to 8days.sg, his daughter Susan See, 44, says his decision to retire was brought forward by Covid-19. “He would have continued for another three or four years if there was no pandemic. He tried to hang on but [the eatery] hasn’t been doing well for the six months, so he took the opportunity to retire,” she shares.