After nine years of operation, the homegrown burger chain will shut its doors on Oct 27.
COVID-19 has claimed yet another F&B establishment.
After nine years of operation, local burger chain Omakase Burger will close all five outlets this month. The flagship restaurant at Orchard Central will cease operations on Oct 25 while the other four outlets — Bukit Timah, Bedok, Alice@Mediapolis and East Coast — will close on Oct 27.
However in its post on Facebook on Saturday (Oct 2) the burger joint hinted that it will return soon.
It wrote in its post: “The good news is that this is not ‘goodbye’ but simply ‘see you later’. Omakase Burger will be going into hibernation, meditation and a bit of self-improvement. We will emerge from hibernation stronger, wiser and tastier.”
While they have not stated when they’ll be resuming business, customers can look forward to tastier burgers upon their return.
The team also urged customers to support other fellow local F&B establishments.
“It has never been harder to run an F&B business than it is today and whatever your favourite place is, do your best to show them how much you love them.”
Those who would like to taste their juicy, delicious burgers for the last time can head to Orchard Central for the full experience, or to any of their smaller stalls in the heartlands.
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