Carl’s Jr. Singapore permanently closes VivoCity outlet after 15-year run

The chain has six outlets left.

Carl’s Jr. is closing one of its oldest restaurants in Singapore.

The American burger chain announced in a Facebook post on Tuesday, September 14 that their VivoCity restaurant’s last day of operation will be on the following day, September 15.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our loyal customers that have been patronizing Carl's Jr. VivoCity,” the post added.

The Carl's Jr. outlet at VivoCity was one of the shopping mall’s first tenants since it opened in 2006.

Carl’s Jr. has six other restaurants in the Lion City, located in Marina Square, Jurong Point, SingPost Centre, The Star Vista, King Albert Park and Funan.

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