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Popular M’sian coffee chain Oriental Kopi is coming to S’pore


For those who Love a hot cup of home-made coffee and plates of thick egg tarts, we have good news.

On May 2, Oriental Kopi announced in a press release that it plans to open its first branch in a prime location in Singapore in the third quarter of 2024.

Singapore’s first overseas outlet – exclusive menu expected

In the press release, Oriental Kopi stated that Singapore will be its first overseas outlet.

While it has yet to be revealed which first outlet will open, they have stated that they plan to open eight more outlets here over the course of three years.

This expansion marks their first-ever joint venture with Paradise Group, which owns more than 100 restaurants worldwide, including Marina Bay Sand’s Seafood Paradise and LeNu Chef’s Wai Noodle Bar, located in various malls in Singapore.

Most exciting news is that Oriental Kopi promises us an exclusive Singapore menu to enjoy alongside their signatures.

Popular coffee chain in Malaysia – delicious signatures

With 14 outlets across Johor, Kuala Lumpur and Selangor and a new merchandise store at Johor’s St. Giles Hotel, Oriental Kopi is loved for products such as their hot coffee, egg tarts and savory items such as Nasi Lemak and Curry Laksa Mee.

Their coffee is described as a full-bodied Nanyang-style brew, made from a “golden ratio” of top quality Arabica, Robusta and Liberica beans.

They also have an award-winning range of Signature Egg Tarts, which are creamy, crunchy and thick – so much so that they won the “Thickest Egg Tarts” award in 2021 and “Most Egg Tarts Sold” in 2022.

Edlan Chua, Chief Operating Officer of Paradise Group, said this Channel News Asia that they are “excited” to work with Oriental Kopi and are committed to providing quality products and services.

He added that they are “confident that it will be a loved concept among guests in Singapore”.

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