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Old Chang Kee coffee

Old Chang Kee goes back to origins

Old Chang Kee has opened a flagship coffee house on its original stall site in Mackenzie Road, opposite Rex Cinema.

Makisan

Maki-san sushi chain to take a bow in Japan

Maki-san, a Singaporean rolled-sushi chain with 17 locations, is set to debut in Japan with an outlet in Osaka.

Pezzo Pizza

Pezzo Pizza going by the slice in Cambodia

Pezzo Pizza will officially open its first-ever pizza-by-the-slice kiosk in the upcoming Aeon Mall 2 in Phnom Penh on May 30.

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More decadence from Dark Gallery, at Takashimaya

The Dark Gallery has launched a second cafe and boutique on Orchard Road, featuring a menu that differs from its debut store at Millenia Walk.

Pizza-Hut-Malaysia

QSR Brands considering IPO to raise US$500m

Malaysian fast-food group QSR Brands is mulling an IPO to raise around MR2 billion (US$509.6 million).

I love Mei

Changi International Airport broadens retail

Changi International Airport has broadened its range of retailers and restaurants, including new brands.

Deliveroo dine-in 2

Deliveroo Singapore offers self-collection

Self-collection is offered at Deliveroo Singapore’s new central kitchen, a first for the territory by a food-delivery service provider.

UnPackt

UnPackt to offer package-free groceries

Singapore is about to have its first zero-waste grocer, UnPackt.

Unagiya Ichinoji

Singapore first overseas outlet for Unagiya Ichinoji

Japanese restaurant chain Miyagawa Honten has opened its first overseas outlet with Unagiya Ichinoji at Robertson Quay.

Pasta-Mania-Sri-Lanka

PastaMania Sri Lanka flagship opens in Colombo

PastaMania Sri Lanka has opened its first store, a flagship outlet in Colombo.

Travelling Farm

Pocket Greens introduces travelling farm

Pocket Greens has introduced Singapore’s first-ever travelling farm, stopping at three locations for three months each.

Blurry Convenience Store

IGD research predicts US$5 trillion growth

Asia’s leading convenience retailers are predicted to grow 6.6 per cent a year to 2022 by US$5.1 trillion, according to IGD research.

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