We would like to thank all our readers for their support. While we try our best to ensure that we reply to every postcard received within three working days, we appreciate your understanding for any possible delay.
Over the past two weeks, postcards and letters from all over the world continue to flood the mailbox at The Restaurant, again and again. Having received complaints from annoyed senders who have had their mail bounced back again and again due to a full mailbox, the following measures will be introduced with effect from today.
In order for us to quickly distinguish between your important mail and very important mail, the postage stamp should be affixed to the top left corner of the envelope or postcard. Not to worry, we have already confirmed that stamps do not always have to be pasted on the top right corner. All other mail received without this positioning of postage stamp will be read within a period of three weeks.
If your mail requires our immediate attention, please send an email to urgent (at) tanwj.com. You will receive a three-digit code, which should be written on the back of the envelope or on the bottom of the postcard. All other mail received without the code will be read within a period of three months.
Thank you for your understanding. We apologise for any inconveniences caused. We hope to lift these interim measures as soon as we find a mailbox with a larger capacity.
Here is my wall calendar for 2010. Orange, black and grey were the colours used for this year’s calendar design. The orange numeral ‘2010’ which cuts through numbers indicate Sundays. Public holidays are also indicated on the calendar.
The year 2009 had ended with a blue moon (second full moon of the month), for people in many countries. Since there was no blue moon in Asia and Australia on New Year’s Eve, look forward to the blue moon at the end of the month!
As you are looking forward to the holiday season, The Restaurant would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued patronage.
Thank you for sending in all the wonderful Season’s Greetings cards. Of course, if you have more, feel free to send them to vBox 887977, Singapore. Remember to write down your address so that I can send a card in return.
May your holiday season and the New Year be filled with joy and success.
As the Great September Sale (GSS) enters the second week, The Restaurant is facing an ever-increasing amount of traffic at its outlets. Today, we have a record-breaking number of visitors as a result of the long weekend due to Hari Raya Aidilfitri, more commonly known as Hari Raya Puasa.
Hari Raya Aidilfitri Commemorative stamps from Singapore:
Shopping centres and food outlets around Singapore are holding promotions for festive shoppers. Of course, that includes us! Now, scroll down a few pixels and you will see a 20.09% discount voucher. This e-coupon can be used at any of our outlets.
As the date today (20.09.2009) is really special as agreed by at least 300 others, we have decided to bring you some pictures related to time and date. Here are some timepieces found in The Restaurant:
Today, The Restaurant presents to you three of our latest set meals at only 99 cents each for the rest of September, as part of the Great September Sale (GSS). Just come down to one of our outlets, or take a look at our lunch menu below.
Postage stamps pasted on envelopes were postmarked at the Serangoon Central Branch, as part of the usual procedure. These postmarks are dated 09 Sep 2009. The stamps on the envelopes amount to a value of 81 cents each, as that number happens to be the product of 9 and 9.
Exactly one decade ago, the latest currency notes (those that we see every day) were launched. Unfortunately, 9-dollar notes are not used, so a ten-dollar note above was chosen as a replacement. Does anyone know whether there happens to be 9-dollar note from any country?
The 99th postcard for the year 2009 has just reached The Restaurant yesterday. Thank you for the lovely postcards from all over the world! However, please take note of the next paragraph.
Please also take note that our headquarters has relocated to a new permanent address as of today. To prevent a hassle, our telephone and fax numbers are unchanged. Do remember to update your address book, handphone contacts and other databases.
You may also have found out that the text here does not make use of the 9th letter of the alphabet at all!
Thank you for visiting The Restaurant! For your convenience, we are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, rain or shine. Well of course, that includes public holidays and school holidays.
This website is updated frequently to keep you informed about our plans to conquer the food industry. In order to serve you better, we moved to WordPress in October 2009, introducing a categorised structure so that you can find the food quickly. In addition, you can comment about the food served here.