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#11
On japan food, one has to see the pains that management does to innovate from the crowd. Anyone going to their agm will know. From making ramen and soup by themselves from central kitchen, to using ipads to reduce labour, and obviously having high margins (~$17 for a ramen set meal), their casual dining definitely is different from prestige restaurants such as jumbo, paradise and dtf.

Im not optimistic on jumbo.

(vested in japanfood, so may be biased.)
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#11
On japan food, one has to see the pains that management does to innovate from the crowd. Anyone going to their agm will know. From making ramen and soup by themselves from central kitchen, to using ipads to reduce labour, and obviously having high margins (~$17 for a ramen set meal), their casual dining definitely is different from prestige restaurants such as jumbo, paradise and dtf.

Im not optimistic on jumbo.

(vested in japanfood, so may be biased.)
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#12
> I always seek opinions from my friends about Jumbo Group's food. Mostly positive. They found price reasonable too.

Bro kelvesy, thanks for the sharing.

Jumbo - Is their signature crab still as good, and gravy as rich and thick?
Some say the other famous brand expand too fast and crab standard dropped a lot.

How much is a kg of Sri Lanka crabs at Jumbo? Compare with the No SignBoard, Melben, how much is it and crab lovers can share?

I only eat my steam braised crab at Wo Peng in Macpherson. That as 1 yr ago.... Different type of taste... $>68 but v gd.
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#12
> I always seek opinions from my friends about Jumbo Group's food. Mostly positive. They found price reasonable too.

Bro kelvesy, thanks for the sharing.

Jumbo - Is their signature crab still as good, and gravy as rich and thick?
Some say the other famous brand expand too fast and crab standard dropped a lot.

How much is a kg of Sri Lanka crabs at Jumbo? Compare with the No SignBoard, Melben, how much is it and crab lovers can share?

I only eat my steam braised crab at Wo Peng in Macpherson. That as 1 yr ago.... Different type of taste... $>68 but v gd.
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#13
http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/premium/...u-20140925

PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
A spicy IPO next on the menu?
Jumbo Group, known for its chilli crab, could list next year to raise S$30m
BYCAI HAOXIANG
haoxiang@sph.com.sg @HaoxiangCaiBT

Ultimate dish: A successful listing would mark a long but fruitful journey for Ang Kiam Meng, who joined his father at Jumbo Seafood more than 20 years ago. - ST FILE PHOTO
THE Jumbo Group of restaurants, known for its signature chilli crab dish, could go public next year.
The company is planning to raise about S$30 million, partly to expand in China, according to a Bloomberg report.
A spokeswoman for Jumbo told The Business Times that "we do not comment on market speculation".
Jumbo chief executive Ang Kiam Meng has spoken about a potential listing in an end-2012 interview.
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#13
http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/premium/...u-20140925

PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
A spicy IPO next on the menu?
Jumbo Group, known for its chilli crab, could list next year to raise S$30m
BYCAI HAOXIANG
haoxiang@sph.com.sg @HaoxiangCaiBT

Ultimate dish: A successful listing would mark a long but fruitful journey for Ang Kiam Meng, who joined his father at Jumbo Seafood more than 20 years ago. - ST FILE PHOTO
THE Jumbo Group of restaurants, known for its signature chilli crab dish, could go public next year.
The company is planning to raise about S$30 million, partly to expand in China, according to a Bloomberg report.
A spokeswoman for Jumbo told The Business Times that "we do not comment on market speculation".
Jumbo chief executive Ang Kiam Meng has spoken about a potential listing in an end-2012 interview.
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#14
Gordon Ramsey cooks better. Period.
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#14
Gordon Ramsey cooks better. Period.
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#15
Went to 15 by Jamie Oliver in Melbourne. Not nice one. So i am skeptical about celebrity chefs.

Back to jumbo. Food business hard to do. High rental and labour.


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#15
Went to 15 by Jamie Oliver in Melbourne. Not nice one. So i am skeptical about celebrity chefs.

Back to jumbo. Food business hard to do. High rental and labour.


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#16
The chill-crab has attracted big name in its coming IPO...

Temasek arm, Osim Founder said to join Singapore chili-crab IPO
28 Oct 2015 10:13
[SINGAPORE] Jumbo Group, which runs chili-crab restaurants in Singapore, attracted an arm of Temasek Holdings Pte and the founder of Asia's biggest massage-chair maker as cornerstone investors for its initial public offering, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Heliconia Capital Management Pte, a unit of the Singapore state investment company, agreed to invest??S$10 million, while??Osim InternationaL chairman Ron Sim will buy S$8 million of stock, according to the people. Jumbo, which plans to start taking orders from individual investors on Thursday, will seek about S$40 million from its IPO in the COUNTRY by selling shares at a fixed price of 25 Singapore cents apiece, the people said, asking not to be named as the information is private.
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BLOOMBERG

Source: Business Times Breaking News
“夏则资皮,冬则资纱,旱则资船,水则资车” - 范蠡
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#16
The chill-crab has attracted big name in its coming IPO...

Temasek arm, Osim Founder said to join Singapore chili-crab IPO
28 Oct 2015 10:13
[SINGAPORE] Jumbo Group, which runs chili-crab restaurants in Singapore, attracted an arm of Temasek Holdings Pte and the founder of Asia's biggest massage-chair maker as cornerstone investors for its initial public offering, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Heliconia Capital Management Pte, a unit of the Singapore state investment company, agreed to invest??S$10 million, while??Osim InternationaL chairman Ron Sim will buy S$8 million of stock, according to the people. Jumbo, which plans to start taking orders from individual investors on Thursday, will seek about S$40 million from its IPO in the COUNTRY by selling shares at a fixed price of 25 Singapore cents apiece, the people said, asking not to be named as the information is private.
...
BLOOMBERG

Source: Business Times Breaking News
“夏则资皮,冬则资纱,旱则资船,水则资车” - 范蠡
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#17
I seldom if ever eat Jumbo. Crabs are not my thing; the last time I was there was to bring some overseas business associates to try our famous dish. Their customer base would correlate closely with tourism arrival numbers as this is not your regular visit Singaporean restaurant. Unlike Japan Food Holdings, they don't have multiple brands, catering to different market segments and tastes.

There doesn't seem to be much of a defensive moat here.
You can count on the greed of man for the next recession to happen.
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#17
I seldom if ever eat Jumbo. Crabs are not my thing; the last time I was there was to bring some overseas business associates to try our famous dish. Their customer base would correlate closely with tourism arrival numbers as this is not your regular visit Singaporean restaurant. Unlike Japan Food Holdings, they don't have multiple brands, catering to different market segments and tastes.

There doesn't seem to be much of a defensive moat here.
You can count on the greed of man for the next recession to happen.
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#18
JUMBO kickstarts 2016 with the opening of third Jumbo Seafood outlet in Shanghai
- Located at Shanghai International Finance Centre, Pudong
- Latest restaurant is poised to bolster the Group’s revenue contribution from the PRC
- Plans to establish at least three additional F&B outlets in the PRC and/or Singapore within the next two years

Including Jumbo IFC, the Group has three restaurants in Shanghai, the PRC. The first two Jumbo Seafood outlets in Shanghai, the PRC are located at IAPM Mall (Xuhui District) and Raffles City (Huangpu District), which commenced operations in November 2013 and August 2015 respectively.

Revenue contribution from the Group’s operations in the PRC accounted for approximately 8.5% of revenue, amounting to $10.5 million for the financial year ended 30 September 2015,
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#18
JUMBO kickstarts 2016 with the opening of third Jumbo Seafood outlet in Shanghai
- Located at Shanghai International Finance Centre, Pudong
- Latest restaurant is poised to bolster the Group’s revenue contribution from the PRC
- Plans to establish at least three additional F&B outlets in the PRC and/or Singapore within the next two years

Including Jumbo IFC, the Group has three restaurants in Shanghai, the PRC. The first two Jumbo Seafood outlets in Shanghai, the PRC are located at IAPM Mall (Xuhui District) and Raffles City (Huangpu District), which commenced operations in November 2013 and August 2015 respectively.

Revenue contribution from the Group’s operations in the PRC accounted for approximately 8.5% of revenue, amounting to $10.5 million for the financial year ended 30 September 2015,
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#19
Seems like the only share that keeps breaking new high while many others falter. Perhaps due to perception of good growth potential with the expansion in China.
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#19
Seems like the only share that keeps breaking new high while many others falter. Perhaps due to perception of good growth potential with the expansion in China.
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#20
Jumbo's FY2016 Profit Attributable to Owners of the Company Leaps 46.3% to $15.5 Million.
Proposed final and special dividends of 1.0 cent and 0.7 cents per share, respectively, amounting to approximately 70.3% of profit attributable to owners of the Company

Highlights:
* Solid balance sheet
* Strong operating cash flow
*.Revenue rose 11.4% to $136.8 million
* Total number of issued shares as at 30 September 2016 = 641,333,000 shares
* Dividend yield = 2.5% based on on last transacted price of 66 cents on 25 November 2016
* EPS = 2.4 cent. Based on last transacted price of 66 cents on 25 November 2016, P/E= 27.5
* NAV per share = 10.1 cent. Based on last transacted price of 66 cents on 25 November 2016, P/B= 6.53

More details in http://infopub.sgx.com/FileOpen/Jumbo_FY...eID=430842
Specuvestor: Asset - Business - Structure.
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#20
Jumbo's FY2016 Profit Attributable to Owners of the Company Leaps 46.3% to $15.5 Million.
Proposed final and special dividends of 1.0 cent and 0.7 cents per share, respectively, amounting to approximately 70.3% of profit attributable to owners of the Company

Highlights:
* Solid balance sheet
* Strong operating cash flow
*.Revenue rose 11.4% to $136.8 million
* Total number of issued shares as at 30 September 2016 = 641,333,000 shares
* Dividend yield = 2.5% based on on last transacted price of 66 cents on 25 November 2016
* EPS = 2.4 cent. Based on last transacted price of 66 cents on 25 November 2016, P/E= 27.5
* NAV per share = 10.1 cent. Based on last transacted price of 66 cents on 25 November 2016, P/B= 6.53

More details in http://infopub.sgx.com/FileOpen/Jumbo_FY...eID=430842
Specuvestor: Asset - Business - Structure.
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