&JOY Dining Hall @ Jurong Point, Boon Lay – Step Into a World of 7 Japanese Dining Concepts; 2 Partner Brands from Osaka (Media)

Can’t get enough of Japanese food no matter which part of Singapore you’re in? Good new for you then: RE&S Holdings Limited has opened its newest Japanese food venture at none other than Jurong Point in Boon Lay!

Taking over from previous tenant Shokotsu Ten, &JOY Dining Hall is a multi-brand concept that houses several Japanese F&B brands under one roof, in the basement of Jurong Point where its Japanese food street currently resides.

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Gangsta Ramen @ Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Tanjong Paga – Ichiran-Style Dining with Private Booths + Free Side Dish for the Month of November (Media)

Ramen lovers will understand the dilemma of wanting to dive headfirst into their favourite bowl of noodles, and having to maintain their public image while dining out. Good news for solo diners; you can now indulge and slurp up those deliciously umami noodles without fear of judgement from others at Gangsta Ramen, Singapore’s first ramen shop to offer private dining booths for one!

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MooTeow Chilli Beef Kway Teow @ Wild Market Shaw Towers, Beach Road – Decadent Teochew Style Noodles with Heritage Dating Back to Empress Palace Beef

Nestled between Suntec City and South Beach Tower, Shaw Tower is a humble office building that houses businesses and F&B outlets. One of these is MooTeow Chilli Beef Kway Teow, a stall selling Teochew-style noodles at Wild Market, an F&B meets lifestyle concept that occupies the first building’s first level.

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Xing Fu Tang Singapore 幸福堂 @ Century Square, Tampines – Taiwan’s Instagram Worthy Boba with Brown Sugar & Rabbit Panna Cotta Has Landed in Singapore

Bubble tea – or boba as they like to call it in the US – has been enjoying some kind of renaissance recently. From dingy neighbourhood joints peddling eyebrow raising flavours (Blue Coral, anyone?), to sophisticated franchises, this popular beverage has sure come a long way since its humble origins in Taiwan in the 1980s.

The latest addition to Singapore’s ever growing array of bubble tea chains is Xing Fu Tang 幸福堂. Opened one and a half years ago, this hugely popular brand has already opened close to 100 outlets in its native Taiwan, as well as Japan, Canada, and Thailand.

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