It's the end of an era.
The Carl’s Jr branch at VivoCity is closing its doors after almost 15 years, with the last day of operation on Wednesday (Sep 15).
In a Facebook post on Tuesday (Sep 14), Carl’s Jr said that it’s “with a heavy heart” that the chain is announcing the closure of their outlet at the mall. The branch has been operating since the mall opened its doors in October 2006.
Most Carl’s Jr fans appeared to be dismayed with the announcement. The post has garnered over 150 comments, with some netizens expressing their shock and disappointment.
One user, Darrell Ezekiel Foo, wrote: “I still remember patronising VivoCity’s Carl’s Jr. branch when VivoCity just opened in 2006, during my Secondary School days. One of my favourite food outlets in the mall. Have been eating there ever since. Really sad to see you guys close down”.
“First NEX.. then now Vivo.. wonder where’s next (no pun intended)”, user Merv Lam noted.
“I was thinking of dining there this weekend”, lamented a third user.
There are still six Carl’s Jr. branches around from Sep 16. These are located in Marina Square, Jurong Point, SingPost Centre, The Star Vista, King Albert Park and Funan.
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