Halal kopitiam Kedai Kopi to open third outlet in Ang Mo Kio in May

The outlet is equipped with an air-conditioned prayer space and an ablution corner for Muslims.

Nurul Mardhiah

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Published: 4 May 2022, 3:44 PM

Halal kopitiam Kedai Kopi is opening its third outlet on May 9 in Ang Mo Kio. 

Run by Tenderfresh Group, the new outlet includes nine new stalls which are required to either be Muslim-owned or Halal certified. 

The stalls include Mam Mam, a Yong Tau Foo stall created by Edmund Ang, the third generation owner of Ponggol Nasi Lemak, and Sebastian Ng, the chef-owner of VENUE By Sebastian. Customers can expect delicious and wallet-friendly Yong Tau Foo dishes.


This is the second Mam Mam stall in Singapore, with the first located at National University Health System (NUHS). PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/@MAMMAMEVERYDAY


Other stalls will serve a variety of dishes from popular local fried fritters at Nenda’s Fritters to Asian-fusion pastas at Pasta Pizza. 

To make the coffee shop even more convenient for Muslims, Kedai Kopi will also include a fully air-conditioned Musollah (a prayer space) complete with an ablution corner for Muslims to use to fulfil their prayers. This is Tenderfresh Group’s second eatery to provide such facilities, with the first one being Tenderbest Makcik Tuckshop located at Punggol East. 

Tenderfresh Group is a local food and beverage company that specialises in fried and roasted spring chicken and chicken wings. They currently have over 70 outlets and are managing 24 brands serving western and traditional local cuisines across Singapore and Myanmar. 

The third Kedai Kopi is located at 108 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4, Singapore 560108 and opens 7am to 11pm daily, although operations only start at 10am on its opening day. The outlet is a two-minute walk from Mayflower Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line. 

Kedai Kopi’s first two outlets are located at Clementi and Haig Road.   

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