Then it also has this list of 'old school' restaurants that have more than 30 years history, that's old in Singapore. I wanted to know who they are and read more about them.
We do see less and less 'mom & pop' shops suriving. It seems that this world class developed city is getting so congested with global brands that it just doesn't have space for these 'mom & pop' shops.
I am not surprised that Shashlik will see more customers coming in to try to get the 'last' fix. Nostalgia market?
A restaurants needs customers and for Shashlik, the response from the customers is to flock there for their last fix as the only possible way to deal with something old and closing. I wonder if it is not closing, will they come for their Shashlik fix anytime soon?
The problem is quite complex. It isn't simply Mcdonald's forcing everyone out or Breadtalk pushing up the rental rates.
I just wish to see more restaurants that can survive 3 or 5 generation like those really old school restaurants in Japan. (* Spring Court now has grandson run...cool, that's 3rd Gen).
Well, any comments on the other 10 restaurants?