Subway is a fast food chain that specializes in submarine sandwiches, wraps, salads, and drinks. It was founded in 1965 by Fred DeLuca and Peter Buck in Connecticut and was originally called Pete's Super Submarines.
Peach Garden is a well-known brand in the Chinese cuisine industry, known for its authentic dishes and welcoming ambiance. The group comprises one fine dining Chinese restaurant, two Chinese restaurants, two Chinese casual dining concepts, and an outdoor catering arm that caters for weddings and events.
TANYU is a restaurant chain in Singapore that was introduced by SKYLINE CATERING PTE. LTD. in 2017. TANYU has three outlets in Singapore, a central warehouse of 6500 sqft, and a head office of 2500 sqft.
Ippudo is a well-known Japanese ramen restaurant chain that originated in Fukuoka, Japan, in 1985. The restaurant chain has locations worldwide and is famous for its tonkotsu ramen.
Krispy Kreme is an American multinational doughnut company and coffeehouse chain located in Singapore. The company was founded by Vernon Rudolph in 1937 in North Carolina, who bought a yeast-raised recipe from a New Orleans chef and began selling to local grocery stores.
Lao Huo Tang is a restaurant chain that started in 2008 in a Hawker Centre and specializes in traditional Chinese soups. The soups are gentle tonics made from fresh vegetables, lean meat or pork ribs, and natural ingredients, making them naturally low fat, low calorie, and low sodium. One of the unique aspects of traditional Chinese soups is that they do not use oil, cream, or butter.
Nuodle 牛一嘴 is a restaurant that serves halal Lanzhou beef noodles. The restaurant is open from 11 am to 10 pm every day. Customers can dine in or order food to go. The noodles are hand-pulled in-store, and the clear broth is not too oily and quite flavorful. The chili oil adds a nice kick to the dish.
Bacha Coffee is a coffee company that specializes in 100% Arabica coffee, offering customers the opportunity to explore harvests from over 30 coffee-producing countries. The company was founded in Marrakech in 1910, and its story begins with the Dar el Bacha palace, where cultural and political figures such as Colette, Maurice Ravel, Charlie Chaplin, Josephine Baker, Franklin Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill gathered to drink "coffee of Arabia." After the Second World War, the palace was closed and remained a time capsule until it was restored and reopened in 2017 as the Museum of Cultural Confluences, with the Bacha Coffee Room & Boutique nestled within its patios.
Brotzeit is a chain of casual dining restaurants based in Singapore, founded in 2006. They serve authentic Bavarian cuisine and German beer. Brotzeit International, the company behind the chain, was awarded the Franchisor of the Year 2012 by the Franchising and Licensing Association of Singapore.
TWG Tea is a luxury tea brand established in Singapore in 2008 as a subsidiary of V3 Gourmet. The brand stands for The Wellbeing Group and celebrates the year 1837 when Singapore became a trading post for teas, spices and fine epicurean products. The CEO and co-founder of TWG Tea was inspired by his childhood experiences with tea ceremonies in Morocco and France and has since become a passionate advocate for elevating the taste of tea to be respected and enjoyed by all.