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Over the past five decades, Swee Choon has expanded from a single unit shophouse to six connecting shophouse units.

Published 2020-12-18 12:33:45
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Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant has become a name that is synonymous with dim sums, and it’s not surprising to always see snaking long queues at its Jalan Besar outlet.

The popular dim sum joint was founded by Ting Ah Swee and wife in 1962.

The couple later passed on the reins of the business to their eldest daughter Joyce Ting and eldest son Tony Ting, who joined as second-generation owners in 1976.

Tony currently helms Swee Choon as the Managing Director, and his nephew Ernest Ting — who formally joined the company in February 2020 –is now the third-generation owner of Swee Choon.

Over the past five decades, Swee Choon has expanded from a single unit shophouse to six connecting shophouse units that can occupy 420 diners.

 
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