Kei Kaisendon is a restaurant that specialises in Japanese rice bowls, from seafood don, unagi don to teriyaki chicken don. The chain also offers other popular side dishes like grilled salmon head, unagi, gyoza, yakitori etc.
Potato Corner is a Filipino brand that started off in 1992 and currently has more than 1400 stores worldwide. It is famous for its flavored fries and snacks. In Singapore, the brand operates 14 franchised outlets in popular shopping malls across the island.
Sukiya is one of the three major Gyudon chains in Japan. Established in 1982, the chain has now more than 2500 outlets globally. While Sukiya is renowned for its Gyudon, its Yakiniku bowl and Japanese curry rice are also popular among diners.
Fun Toast 芳土司 is a Singaporean coffee house known for its local Kopi & Teh, and toasts spread with homemade kaya-butter and peanut-butter. Its other signatures include soya sauce chicken, curry chicken and yong tau foo.
Gin Khao offers its diners an extensive selection of Thai food at affordable prices. Signature dishes include Watermelon Fried Rice, Crayfish with Glass Noodle, Stir-Fried Squid layered with Runny Salted Egg & more.
Texas Chicken serves big, juicy, crunchy and fresh chicken with signature sides and handcrafted honey-butter biscuits. It is made in small batches all day long to provide freshly-made and piping-hot meals for patrons.
D’Laksa was found by a food enthusiast born in Penang who has a genuine love towards Malaysia’s famous local dish - the 'Asam Laksa'. This sparked a new idea on starting his own company where he can share his love for food with everyone.