Newton Food Centre To Reopen On 1 Feb With A Fresh New Look
Good news for foodies — Newton Food Centre, which closed temporarily last November, will be reopening on 1 Feb.
The hawker centre, which attained a new level of fame in 2018 after its brief appearance in the ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ film, has always been known as a must-visit attraction for tourists and seafood lovers alike.
However, over the past three months, visitors have been missing out on getting a taste of the centre’s food as it has been undergoing Repairs and Redecoration (R&R) works.
R&R works are done by the National Environment Agency (NEA) as part of their efforts to upkeep MSE-owned hawker centres.
Look forward to an upgraded Newton Food Centre
According to NEA’s website, R&R works for Newton Food Centre are set to end on 31 Jan. This means that the stalls will finally be open for business again on 1 Feb.
Visitors can expect to enjoy a fresh look and a more comfortable dining experience.
Last year, The Straits Times (ST) reported that the R&R works will include painting as well as mechanical and electrical work.