F&B outlet caught serving beer in teapots past cut-off time among 23 found to have breached Covid-19 rules

Twenty-three food and beverage (F&B) outlets were caught flouting Covid-19 safe management measures during stepped-up checks over the weekend.

Eateries that flout rules to be penalised for first offence

Food and beverage (F&B) outlets and diners who breach safe management measures will now be penalised even for the first offence instead of just receiving a warning, Education Minister Lawrence...

Coronavirus: 17 fined for breaching 5-person rule at F&B outlets, two Clarke Quay bars suspended

SINGAPORE - Seven food and beverage (F&B) outlets in popular nightspots were fined $1,000 each for failing to comply with safe distancing rules over the past weekend.

Playing tourists at home

After four years of propelling the Republic's tourism sector to record heights, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) now faces the daunting challenge of courting its toughest audience yet:...

Tingkat meals keep kitchens humming as buffet orders dry up

Demand for tingkat services has heated up in recent months and reached its peak during the circuit breaker period, when most of Singapore stayed home.

Diners still trying to book multiple tables

Diners are still attempting to book multiple tables at some food and beverage (F&B) outlets to circumvent social distancing rules, although the majority adhere to safe distancing measures.

Dining off the dance floor: Some clubs transform into F&B businesses as nightlife remains on hold

But at least a hundred others remain shut as they do not yet have licences that allow them to operate as food and beverage establishments.

Cocktail bar group raises $120,000 to help affected bar staff

A group formed to help bars hit by the pandemic has raised $120,000 to help up to 240 affected bar staff.

Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant closes after 43 years

The iconic Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant in Keppel Road has taken its last spin because of the Covid-19 pandemic. It has closed for good after 43 years of churning out dim sum lunches.

Coronavirus: Restaurants making sure safety measures carried out to keep customers safe

SINGAPORE - From implementing digital menus to providing antiseptic wipes for utensils, eateries here are doing all they can for diners to avoid becoming the next Covid-19 weak link.

Dunkin' Donuts to close 450 US stores, Singapore outlets unaffected

SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - Doughnut lovers can heave a sigh of relief as Dunkin' Donuts will not be closing any of its outlets here.