Long queues, are a thing for Singaporeans.
However, the queues for food over at Malacca are impossible long, and the determination, regardless of locals or visitors, are relentless.
A short weekend getaway trip over to Malacca, and every meal we had required us to queue for at least 30 minutes for the food.
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Over at Jonker-88, where they are well known for their laksa, and chendol; the restaurant is jam packed to the brim. There were people queuing, waiting for seats, and sharing a table with strangers due to the lack of space.
While the queue for Chung Wah Chicken Rice spans along the street, with motorist, and cars zooming by. People were willingly queue for their famed chicken rice balls, despite the heat beating down on their backs.
Similarly, Low Yong Moh (a Dim Sum place) had a long queue during their peak breakfast period; in which a long queue could be seen spanning along the road. Although the queue is in the shade, as compared to the queue at the (chicken rice place). The queue started rather early, as people willingly woke up earlier to queue for their Dim Sum.
Queues, are a thing; but does that suggested that the food is good? Or are we just blindly following the crowd, perhaps a contributor to long queues could be a slow process in service, what do you think?
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