Japanese-themed McDonald’s outlet in Queensway closing down in Dec 2021 after 32 years

Oh no

Last chance: McDonald’s Ridout Tea Garden closing later this year

A lot of stores are closing these couple of years due to the ongoing pandemic.

One particular McDonald’s outlet in Queensway is closing too, but it isn’t due to the lack of crowd or Covid.

32 years old outlet

The standalone picturesque McDonald’s outlet that has a Japanese-style theme located in Ridout Tea Garden will be closing in December later this year after having operated for more than 32 years.

The outlet definitely has a place in many fans hearts who have visited it over the years.

Photo: Singapore Land Authority

Diners can enjoy their favourite McDonald’s meals while enjoying the lush landscape and a Japanese-themed pond and bridge at the park.

Photo: @lizhe0831

Sadly, this kind of view will soon be gone.

Photo: @vangfx

It is so popular that even wedding photoshoots are held there.

Wow.

But why?

Turns out it will be making way for new F&B and retail use with the land area already launched for tender by Singapore Land Authority (SLA) earlier this month. The site is also part of the Queenstown Heritage Trail.

[State Property Tender]We have launched a Price and Quality (PQ) tender for the State property at 580 Queensway,…

Posted by Singapore Land Authority on Wednesday, April 21, 2021

The Ridout Tea Garden outlet is one of the oldest McDonald’s in Singapore, according to reports.

There’s still a good few months before it finally closes for good so drop by whenever you feel like having a Big Mac or McNuggets before it’s gone.


McDonald’s Queensway (Ridout Tea Garden)

  • Address: #01-580 Ridout Rd, Tea Garden, Singapore 149066
  • Opening Hours: 7am – 2am daily (24hrs on Fri & Sat)
  • Nearest MRT Station: Commonwealth (10min walk)


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