Mega F&B brand Tenderfresh Group has announced that they are planning to launch a brand new coffeeshop concept with the creation of a new eatery in Clementi.
The brand revealed on Facebook that they have partnered with Kimly coffeeshop, a large traditional coffee shop operator in Singapore, to develop the new space which they have named Kedai Kopi.
According to the Facebook post, Kedai Kopi will occupy approximately 5000 sq ft and can accommodate a seating capacity of up to 144 people.
As with most neighbourhood coffeeshops, Kedai Kopi aims to be a focal point for the community by providing an array of dining options at affordable value.
Interestingly, the line up of stalls in Kedai Kopi are made of big names in the industry as well as up-and-coming brands which will collectively be a massive draw for consumers.
Here are photo mock-ups of the new place:
Stalls to look out for
The brands that are slated to appear in the new food court are:
1 . Tenderbest
Known best for their fried and roasted chicken, Tenderbest will be bringing their beloved western fare to this new location.
2. Mr Teh Tarik Group
The popular coffeeshop brand will be serving supper favourites like roti prata, murtabak and nasi briyani.
3. Istimewa Nasi Padang
Serving authentic home style cooking since 1989, this homegrown nasi padang brand will now have a location away from their Bukit Merah outpost. Look out for favourites like Beef Rendang, Sotong Sambal, Sambal Belacan and of course their talk of the town Nasi Ambeng Platters.
4. Hawkerman Street Kitchen
The popular fusion hawker fare concept known for their Hokkien Mee will be making its food stall debut at Kedai Kopi.
5. 380 Nasi Lemak
This stall will be a collaboration between Tenderfresh’s culinary team and the team behind Nasi Coco (formerly from West Coast). Together, they will develop a new nasi lemak menu with prices starting from S$3.50.
6. Mee Bagus
A relatively new noodle brand, the stall will be serving classic noodle dishes like Mi Ayam, Mi Sup Berbola Ikan new creations like Mee Bagus and Volcano Ayam.
7. Joy Satay
Formerly known as Le Satay in Yung Sheng Road, the brand has rebranded to Joy Satay and will be serving their version of the flame grilled satay and rich peanut sauce.
8. Banana Grill
Expect familiar tze char dishes like curry fish head and BBQ seafood like Sambal Stingray served on banana leaf.
9. Kedai Kopi (drinks stall)
Lastly, what’s a Kedai Kopi without a kedai kopi (coffee shop)? Here’s where you go to have your fix of teh tarik or kopi kao.
Halal-certified or not?
According to Tenderfresh, Kedai Kopi aims provide a diverse dining experience.
Hence, all stalls will have to be 100% Muslim-owned or will be mandatory to apply for halal-certification from MUIS.
As with most new eateries, halal certification will usually take some time so eat at your own discretion or wait till Kedai Kopi is fully halal-certified.
Kedai Kopi is slated to open mid-December at 380 Clementi Ave 5, Singapore 120380.