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Tavern at The A Q&A

 Q & A with Tavern on the A owner/Chef Sabrina Tan

Q. What are you working on right now?

To update and bring back the A place bar, with live music and a safe place to hang out after a long week.

Q. What is your vision for your business?

1. Support our local bands by having a place for them to entertain their followers.

2. A place where we can have local community fundraising

Q. What is your biggest challenge?

To get the A back to the way it use to be, a fun and safe place for everyone in the community

Q. Why did you decide to pursue a career in the restaurant business?

We are very sociable and love meeting new people, an getting to know them through good times and delicious food.

Q. What has been your greatest professional success?

Our biggest success in life so far is our other restaurant Flavours of Malaysia

.Q What advice can you give to those who would like to open a restaurant of their own someday?

If you totally love that type of business than go for it, It feels like being married to the restaurant.

Q. How would you describe your restaurant?

A place to relax and enjoy yourself while listening to some great local bands. This is also a place to spend time with friends while eating great food.

Q: What should first-time visitors try?

Try our signature burgers its one of our most popular dishes

Q. How did you come up with the idea for your restaurant?

We do a great deal of fundraising, and this place was big enough to do it all



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