Customers in Singapore are required to pay a cake-cutting fee of up to $25 , if they bring their own cakes to restaurants, Sin Chew Daily reported.
The report stated that Shin Min Daily News conducted a survey on cake-cutting costs in the city.
It found that Italian restaurant Lino at Binjai Park, for example, charged a $15 fee. Spanish restaurant Sabio by Sea located at Sentosa Cove charges $25 and upwards, limited to birthdays and special celebrations.
Wolfgang Steakhouse restaurant used to charge a fee of $4, but according to sources, recently scrapped the fee.
According to the survey, seven out of 10 respondents said it was unacceptable for restaurants to charge cake-cutting fees.
The others agreed that restaurants could charge cake-cutting fees but any fee above S$10 was expensive.
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