The second Kedai Kopi outlet will feature exciting new stalls serving pasar malam food, halal zi char and mala.
Those living in the east can soon enjoy an array of dining options available at halal kopitiam Kedai Kopi this June, without having to travel to the west.
Following the success of its first outlet, Kedai Kopi will open its second branch at Haig Road which will be situated beside the Muslim Converts’ Association of Singapore. The 168-seater outlet will have nine halal and Muslim-owned stalls.
Foodies will get to experience an array of halal food with new concept stalls like Mala Mama, a mala soup stall by Pince & Pints, which will be opening its first hawker stall at Kedai Kopi.
Kedai Kopi also offers pasar malam food with delicacies such as goreng pisang, keropok lekor and keledek goreng from Nenda’s Fritter.
The family-owned business was formerly known as 100% Muslim Owned Pasar Malam Food and was previously a pasar malam stall before it set up a permanent outlet at Kedai Kopi.
The stall gives an alternative pasar malam food experience for foodies since pasar malams cannot currently operate due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kedai Kopi also features Rasa Sedap Seafood – a zi char stall managed by Chef Kelvin Yap, a former group executive chef for a F&B group. The stall features Chef Kelvin’s specialty zi char dishes like Salted Egg Butter Crab and Tiga Rasa Barramundi.
Another exciting new tenant that foodies can look forward to is Pasta Pizza, a new Tenderfresh concept. The stall serves an array of freshly made pasta and pizza options made with a modern asian fusion twist.
To provide even more dining options, the halal coffeeshop also features well-known brands like Crave Nasi Lemak & Teh Tarik, western stall Tenderbest and halal bak chor mee concept Mee Bagus.
Residents who love a pick-me-up or need a lepak spot can also look forward to Toko Ngopi – a drink stall that sells regular kopi with unique menu items like colourful roasted oolong tea.
Kedai Kopi’s second outlet in the east is expected to open mid-June at #01-01, 12 Haig Road, S430012.
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