FRANCHISING | Staff Reporter, Singapore

Korean sandwich chain Isaac Toast set to debut in Singapore by July

Their upcoming first outlet is located at Plaza Singapura mall.

Korean sandwich chain Isaac Toast is about to open their first site in Singapore.

Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore reports that the store will be located in basement two of the Plaza Singapura mall and is slated to open in July.

The Korean brand specialises in breakfast toasted sandwiches with fillings such as bulgogi (grilled and marinated beef slices), bulgalbi (boneless short ribs), ham and cheese, and shrimps.

The brand was reportedly acquired by Altitude Holdings, which owns other Korean restaurant chains in Singapore such as Andong Zzimdak and Yoogane.

Aside from its hundreds of stores in South Korea, Isaac Toast also has sites in Malaysia, Taiwan, and Macau.

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