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American restaurant The Beast closing after 8 years in Singapore

Another restaurant bites the dust as COVID-19 tests the F&B industry.

Nur Sabrina
Nur Sabrina

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Published: 20 October 2021, 1:12 PM

American delicacy restaurant, The Beast, will be closing its doors on Nov 10 after operating eight years in Singapore.

With the lease at their location ending soon, they have made the decision to not renew it, stating how the pandemic has made it harder for them to sustain their business in a Facebook post

 

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Diners used to celebrate Thanksgiving, Independence Day and even National Day with the restaurant before the pandemic happened. PHOTO CREDITS: FACEBOOK/THE BEAST

 

This restaurant is known for bringing people of different backgrounds together with performances and street parties. Unfortunately, COVID-19 restrictions have not allowed them to run the place like they used to. 

The Beast will be having a ‘farewell’ promotion as a way to say their thanks to all who have supported them. 

You can enjoy a one-for-one Chicken and Waffles deal from now to Nov 10, their last day of operation. All you have to do is show the staff this Facebook post of their farewell message

 

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Fill your bellies with crispy boneless chicken and fresh buttermilk waffles drizzled with maple syrup, topped with a sunny side up egg. PHOTO CREDITS: FACEBOOK/THE BEAST

 

You can find the restaurant at 17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329.

Other than The Beast, there have been a number of other F&B outlets that have announced their closing recently. Omakase Burger will close all five outlets after nine years of operation on Oct 27, and GRUB Burger Bistro at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park will also shut their doors in January 2022 after serving customers for nine years. 


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