Mister Donut launches first-ever Singapore takeaway kiosk at Jurong Point
The temporary takeaway kiosk will be open until Aug 15.
Mister Donut, one of Japan’s largest donut franchises, launched its first-ever Singapore pop-up on Friday (Jul 15) at Jurong Point.
The temporary takeaway kiosk is part of the brand’s “test marketing”, and is located at Basement 1’s WAttention Plaza, an area well-known for its wide range of Japanese handicrafts and snacks.
It will only be open for a month and will sell a maximum of 3,000 pieces every day.
The price of the donuts varies with each flavour, ranging from $2.30 to $2.50. Customers would be able to purchase any six donuts for $13.50 or 10 for $22. Each customer’s purchase is capped at 30 doughnuts.
Mister Donut’s menu offers a total of 16 doughnut flavours, which are handcrafted in-store daily. The list includes flavours like Chocolate, Pon De Ring Strawberry and French Cruller.
Its signature product would be the Pon De Ring, which is a circle of eight connected dough balls made with tapioca flour.
Mister Donut was founded by Harry Winokur, who is the brother-in-law of Dunkin Donuts founder Willam Rosenberg. Today, the chain boasts over 1,300 stores in countries such as Thailand and South Korea.
The pop-up kiosk will be open from 11am to 9pm daily.