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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.

Popular Jurong Point Roast Meat Joint Lai Lai Kitchen Closes After 26 Years

After 26 years in business at Jurong Point, popular roast meat joint Lai Lai Kitchen closed permanently yesterday (Aug 22). The eatery was well-known for serving wallet-friendly char siew and roast duck rice, plus wanton and dumpling noodles in a scenic corner spot in the mall.

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.

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