Roast meat joint offers to sell secret recipe for $2 million : Finally, the secret behind Kay Lee’s well-known roast meats can be revealed, but for the right price.The restaurant’s owners want $2 million for the Guangzhou-style recipe, which dates back to the 1950s.
The price is $3.5 million when the shop space is thrown in.The couple behind the 30-year-old Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint on Upper Paya Lebar Road are Madam Betty Kong, 66, and her 62-year-old husband.
Famous Kay Lee Roast Meats selling eatery and recipes for $3.5m:The owners decided to sell their business as their children are not interested to take over it.Popular roast meats eatery, Kay Lee at Upper Paya Lebar Road, is offering to sell its Cantonese roast recipes for $2m.
They are well-known for their crispy, caramelised Char Siew and roast ducks, both roasted to a distinctive brown using charcoal fire.
Singapore Roast Meat Joint Offers to Sell Secret Recipe for $1.5M : Singapore. Finally, the secret behind Kay Lee’s well-known roast meats can be revealed, but for the right price.The restaurant’s owners want $1.5 million for the Guangzhou-style recipe, which dates back to the 1950s.
The price is $2.7 million when the shop space is thrown in.The couple behind the 30-year-old Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint on Upper Paya Lebar Road are Madam Betty Kong, 66, and her 62-year-old husband.
While their business has drawn droves of fans, she told Chinese newspaper Lianhe Wanbao that they are getting on in age, and are physically unable to keep up with the demanding job.Both their children are not keen on taking over.Kay Lee Roast Meat moved to Paya Lebar Road in the 1980s, and to its current location about four years ago.
Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint was started around 1970s in “Gong Seak Gai” which is known as today’s “China Town”.It started off as a small stall known as Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint in a coffee shop known as Wantat Eating House. With inherited knowledge of uniquely spiced Roasts, Kay Lee thus made its name into the neighbourhood with its unique roasts uncomparable even till today. Kay Lee at this time was the second generation of a family business of “ZhuJiang” Style Roasts which originated from China “Guang Zhou”.
Today, Kay Lee has again moved its location. Although, the building(above) brings back 20 years of great memories, still, when a piece of land has to be reclaimed for redevelopment, one just can’t defy it. However, with the old shop gone, Kay Lee has yet acquired a new shop in quite a short time. Although, there were some complications in the process and the new place is a little small, but these did not stop Kay Lee from trying to re-establish its renowned business. Located at 125 Upper Paya Lebar Road, a new shop means new challenges to be faced.
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