Hjh Maimunah temporarily closes all outlets after Covid-19-related incident

Closed till further notice.

Michelin Bib Gourmand eatery Hjh Maimunah has temporarily closed all its outlets after a Covid-19-related incident occurred in one of the outlets.

In a Facebook post on Tuesday (Sep. 21), the restaurant announced: “Hjh Maimunah outlets will be temporarily closed till further notice due to a Covid-related incident in one of our outlets.

“As a safety measurement, all outlets will be closed for deep cleaning and disinfecting to safeguard our customers and employees.”

The restaurant also urged customers who have visited Hjh Maimunah outlets recently to monitor their health closely.

The popular eatery specialising in Indonesian and Malay cuisines have five outlets in Joo Chiat, Jalan Pisang, City Square, Tampines Mall and Hong Leong Building.

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“Pre-orders will be cancelled and refunded. We will not be taking any orders for the time being,” said the restaurant. However, no time frame was indicated on how long the closure will take place.

In closing, Hjh Maimunah also apologised for the inconvenience caused and thanked customers for their continuous support.

You can read their full statement here.

Top photos by Hjh Maimunah Facebook Page and hungryonion.org.



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