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Tenderfresh partners with Kimly Coffeeshop for new concept

The venue will house nine food stalls.

Singaporean chicken chain Tenderfresh announced it will open a coffee shop concept in Clementi, in collaboration with Kimly Coffeeshop.

Named Kedai Kopi (coffee shop in Malay), the concept is slated to open in mid-December 2020 and offer halal dining options at a 5000 sq ft space, which can seat up to 144 pax.

The venue will house nine food stalls including Tenderbest, Mr Teh Tarik Group, Hawkerman Street Kitchen, 380 Nasi Lemak and others.

Tenderfresh said Kedai Kopi requires all of its tenants to be 100% Muslim owned or have to apply for application process to be halal ceritfied by The Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS) to “provide a more diverse dining experience.”

Photo credit: Tenderfresh Facebook

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