Chili’s closes all restaurant outlets again in Singapore after a decade
The American grill and bar did not mention its reason for the closure.
American grill and bar Chili’s has closed all of their restaurants in Singapore as of last Sunday (Mar 24), announced the official Facebook page of Chili’s Singapore on the same day.
“As of 24th March, we have closed all of our restaurants in Singapore. It's been a wonderful 10 years serving our loyal community. Thank you for all the great moments and memories we shared,” read the post.
Established in Dallas in 1975, Chili’s has since expanded to 32 countries worldwide. As of 2017, the restaurant chain has 1,606 locations worldwide.
The chain had reportedly debuted in Singapore in the 1990s but closed before 2000. Outlets surfaced again in locations such as Tanglin Mall, Resorts World Sentosa, Clarke Quay Central and JCube, with the latter closed in March 2014.
The casual dining restaurant is best known for their South American cuisine with Mexican flavours, along with their craft burgers, baby back ribs and enchiladas.