Diners form long queue for free meals at Nic & Tom Eatery in Chinatown

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Popular restaurant Nic & Tom Eatery is celebrating their re-opening in Chinatown with its three-day eat-for-free promotion.

Stomper Yan Long shared with Stomp photos of fans queuing up for their free meals at Sago Street on Wednesday (July 27).

Diners can take their pick of 35 food items and 11 drinks, but takeaways are not allowed. The eatery is not accepting paying customers for the duration of the promotion.

Co-owners and cousins Tommy Pang, 25, and Nicholas Lim, 22, told The Straits Times they are sincere about treating their customers to free meals over the three days but hope diners will order only what they can eat and not let food go to waste.

Previously located at Serangoon Garden Way, the restaurant had to move out in June due to rental issues.

The menu at their new location is largely the same with four new items, including Dancing Prawns ($8.90), Nic & Tom Sesame Buns ($3.90 each, with a minimum order of three), and Swirly Intestine ($9).

The only items diners cannot order are: Lobster Pao Fan (S$36) and Crème Brûlée (S$4.90).

To take part in the promotion, follow Nic & Tom's Instagram account @nictomeatery, like and tag three people who are not present with you at the eatery and share its latest Instagram post on your Instagram story.

The deal runs until Friday (July 28).