Fancy Breakfast Club May Be No More, But Founders Say That They’re Not Going Anywhere While Fancy Breakfast Club May Have Decided To End Its Underground Dining Services, The Establishment’s Founders Are Still Continuing With Their Other Business Activities And Are Open To Collaborations They further explained that the decision to pull the plug on FBC was due to concerns that the brunch parties they host in their home may be lawfully illegal, and that the decision was made to safeguard the security of their home and livelihood. One of FBC’s founders Basira Yeusuff runs catering services yay, sammich! and yay, cake!, while husband-and-wife duo Edan Hasan and Aida Azwar run floral and multi-disciplinary creative studio, A&E. In The Spirit Of Being Upfront, The People Of FBC Proved That They Have Not Lost Their Quirky Sense Of Humour By Disclosing That One Of Them May Be “snoring In Bed Upstairs Sans Pants” While Their Brunch Parties Were In Full Swing 27 January: No Matter What Business One Is In, There’s One Thing They Simply Can’t Escape – Customer Service. Having Said That, Fancy Breakfast Club’s (FBC) Recent Brush With A Customer’s Complaint Did Not Quite End Well For Them. As… Read full this story
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