How far will you travel for good food? If you work in Orchard Road, good food is only a few stops away.
Plaza Singapura is delighted to welcome four new Food & Beverage stores this July. One of the highly anticipated stores would be the popular Korean toast chain - Isaac Toast (#B2-42), which has over 700 retail stores in South Korea. The toast chain is rarely seen without queues in the morning as people grab-and-go a toast for their breakfast.
Price range from $3 for a toast to $6.90 for a set.
However, if you love traditional food like me, Nam Kee Pau (#B2-25) is the restaurant to go for. Ranging from $0.80 for a handmade pau to $4.00 for a bowl of hot Mee Hoon Kueh, Nam Kee Pau uses only authentic traditional recipes from their famous outlet in Johor Bahru.
Coffee lovers should never give Joe & Dough (#02-K1/K6) a miss as they serve coffee and food that they are genuinely proud of. Only fresh food is served as their all-day breakfast, and pastries and cakes are made with no preservatives.
Their Gula Melaka Pandan Cake was initially launched in 2014 to celebrate the nation's 49th birthday but it became a mainstay due to popular demands, which is now available at $6 a slice and $52 for the whole cake.
Slappy Cakes (#03-02) is one of the most popular breakfast spots from Portland that families with kids will love. Pick up a bottle of batter at $8.50 and get creative with fun shapes, sizes and express yourself with the DIY Pancakes menu. You can also enjoy classic American favourites such as Old-fashion Breaded Pollock, Black Angus Beef Sirloin, Country Fried Chicken etc.
With all these new dining options at Plaza Singapura, there is more reason to chill in town!