Tenderfresh opens second Kedai Kopi outlet

The outlet features a 168-seater space with 9 food stalls. 

Tenderfresh Group announced the opening of its second Kedai Kopi outlet at Haig Road last 1 July, less than six months after debuting the concept in Clementi.

Located beside the Muslim Converts Association of Singapore, the outlet features a 168-seater space with nine food stalls. 

"The number of applications and interests for our second outlet was immense and we were greatly encouraged by the response for our debut. This is a testament that the concept is well-received by the community especially after all 8 stalls at the Clementi branch have received their halal certification,” Kelvin Chua, chief operating officer of Tenderfresh Group, said. 

Apart from Tenderbest's fried chicken and Volcano Ayam by Mee Bagus, the new tenants assembled include MaLa MaMa by Pince & Pints, Rasa Sedap Seafood, Nenda's Fritters and Toko Ngopi.

Kedai Kopi requires all of its tenants to be 100% Muslim-owned or have to apply for halal certification after their opening, the group said.

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