Kedai Kopi, which will serve tze char, satay and more is slated to open in mid-December this year.
Tenderfresh Group is teaming up with Kimly Coffeeshop, one of the largest traditional coffee shop operators in Singapore to develop Kedai Kopi – a new coffee shop concept poised to deliver a unique and diverse dining experience to residents of the west.
Spanning approximately 5000 sq ft with up to 144 seatings, Kedai Kopi provides an array of dining options at an affordable value.
Their mission is to provide quality, convenience and a fun environment for all to enjoy.
Foodies will get to treat their taste buds to a delectable array of culinary offerings from nine mouthwatering stalls. This includes some of Singapore’s popular local dishes such as hokkien mee, nasi lemak, satay and tze char.
One can also find Istimewa Nasi Padang, which was recently voted as the “Top 3 Best Malay Restaurant” in Bukit Merah, serving its mouth watering home-cooked Malay dishes.
To provide a more diverse dining experience, Kedai Kopi requires all of its tenants to be 100 per cent Muslim-owned or to be halal-ceritfied by The Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS).
Kedai Kopi is slated to open mid-December 2020 at 380 Clementi Ave 5, S120380.
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