FOOD AND BEVERAGE SECTOR

Boost for food business eyeing overseas markets

New grants and tax deductions to help local firms go international and innovate could have Aussies enjoying Singapore's sizzling flavours of beef rendang and curry chicken while the elderly here...

Clarke Quay branch of Chinese hotpot chain Haidilao suspended for unsanitary food handling

The restaurant's Clarke Quay branch in River Valley Road was also fined $800 by the National Environment Agency (NEA) for accumulating 12 demerit points over the past 12 months over the handling...

Coffee-shop chain Broadway acquires 23 branches from rival S11 for $200 million

SINGAPORE - Coffee-shop chain Broadway has sealed a deal to buy out 23 coffee shops from rival chain S11, doubling the number of its coffee-shop branches, according to Chinese-language evening...

Pub named after Colombian drug lord to revamp logo

The owner of gastropub Escobar, named after the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, has agreed to revamp its logo and images of his likeness on the premises after consultations with the Central...

Prices rise for fish, abalone and scallops this Chinese New Year

SINGAPORE - People looking forward to indulging in traditional Chinese New Year (CNY) food like abalone, scallops and fish will have to fork out more cash this year.

Jumbo Seafood restaurant going to Xi'An, China

SINGAPORE - Jumbo Group will establish a new branch office and Jumbo Seafood restaurant in Xi'An, China, the restaurant operator announced on Thursday (Feb 1) after the market closed.

English-style pub The Yard in River Valley calls last orders after 34 years

With its clean white facade and stained glass windows, the oldest British-style pub in Singapore has been a popular watering hole for both locals and expatriates.

Drive to boost hawker centre business and productivity

A system of charging customers a deposit that will be forfeited if they do not return food trays may be rolled out at up to 25 hawker centres in the coming years despite mixed reviews over its...

Drop in business for hawkers who moved from Old Woodlands

Ms Annie Ng, 50, used to get up to 1,000 customers patronising her drinks stall at the hawker centre in the Old Woodlands Town Centre, which she ran for eight years.

Mud Rock founders bond through clay

Restaurants such as Plentyfull, Le Binchotan and the Ottomani serve customers on this studio's plates and bowls.