SING is a casual, modern Asian-inspired restaurant with an emphasis on craveable flavors, fresh and healthy ingredients, sustainable practices and super-fast service. With a menu spanning Malaysian, Cantonese, Szechuan, Vietnamese, Thai and Indian dishes, SING takes its name and inspiration from the city/state of Singapore, a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. SING will bring a fresh new take on Asian food and dining service to Houston, and eventually the rest of the country. [Read More]
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August 01, 2018
October 30, 2018
The total anticipated project cost for SING is $650,000. The owners have committed $300,000 in equity to date. Proceeds from the NextSeed raise will be used for start-up infrastructure, build out and operating capital.
A former Air Force instructor pilot with a passion for food, Jerry Lasco entered the food and beverage world after getting furloughed as an airline pilot, and he’s never looked back. He is the founder and CEO of Lasco Enterprises, a restaurant group that owns and operates The Tasting Room, Boiler House and Max’s Wine Dive (the latter featured by Food Network, The New York Times, USA Today and the Cooking Channel).
Former restaurant reporter, critic and food writer for the Houston Press, Cuc Lam has over 20 years of experience in the industry. Not only an accomplished writer, she’s also an exquisite chef and has spent the past 4 years hosting hundreds of pop-up dinners at various locations around Houston while she honed her passion and craft. Prior to SING, Cuc owned and operated a Houston bar and grill, helped open a local sushi concept, and consulted on social media marketing.
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