No Signboard opens second Little Sheep outlet in Singapore

The sign at the first Little Sheep Hot Pot restaurant in Singapore at One Fullerton. No Signboard has franchised the Little Sheep brand within Singapore. Photo taken December 2018.The sign at the first Little Sheep Hot Pot restaurant in Singapore at One Fullerton. No Signboard has franchised the Little Sheep brand within Singapore. Photo taken December 2018.

No Signboard Holdings said Friday it opened its second Little Sheep Hotpot restaurant in Singapore, at a location in the basement of Orchard Gateway.

“After the launch our first outlet at One Fullerton near the iconic Merlion statue, we have decided to setup the second outlet in a prime  location at Orchard Gateway to capture a healthy balance of local and tourist footfall,” Sam Lim, executive chairman and CEO of No Signboard, said in the statement.

Orchard Gateway shopping mall is part of an integrated development including a hotel and office tower, with direct access to Somerset MRT station, No Signboard said.

“Singapore continues to be a major market for our group, and we will continue to explore other opportunities both locally and regionally to expand our business,” Lim said.

The Little Sheep Hotpot chain has over 280 outlets across China and international markets, including the U.S., Canada and Japan, the filing said.

In June 2018, No Signboard obtained a 10-year franchise agreement to develop and operate Little Sheep Hotpot restaurants in Singapore, the filing said.

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