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Killiney Kopitiam

Today, Killiney Kopitiam has an extended menu offering a wider variety of local delicacies. 


E!Avenue #02-336
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KOI THÉ

In KOI - every cup is a pleasant surprise.

E!Avenue #01-431
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Pasta Mania

PastaMania is the largest Italian casual dining chain in Singapore.

E!Hub #02-125
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Rainforest Cafe

Serving a mixture of local and western delights within D'Resort

D'Resort
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Yam's Kitchen

Chinese restaurant that serves Quality food prepared from the freshest raw ingredients.

E!Hub #04-101
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The Tree Café & Resturant

Cosy fusion dining at affordable prices!

E!Hub #03-109
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Magic Wok Family Restaurant

Magic Wok serving a-la-carte Halal Thai-Chinese Cuisine prepared by experienced Thai Chef since 1997.

E!Hub #03-101
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Siam Square Mookata

SIAM SQUARE MOOKATA is considered one of the few pioneers MOOKATA Restaurant in Singapore

E!Hub #02-126
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Swensen's

Swensen’s offers fun and friendly casual-dining with a wide selection of hearty food, desserts, beverages, ice cream cakes and takeaway novelties.

E!Hub #02-121 & #02-122
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Mr Chicken Rice

International award winning Singapore Chicken Rice by Mr Steven Low, former chef of Mandarin Hotel Chatterbox.

E!Hub #02-120
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Emicakes

Singapore's No.1 Durian and Eggless Cake Maker.

E!Hub #02-118
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Boost Juice Bars

Boost Juice Bars serves fruit based smoothies and juices that are only made with premium ingredients that have high nutritional value and nothing artificial.

E!Hub #02-116
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Yumen Hut (E!Hub)

Healthy noodles made using natural and traditional ingredients!

E!Hub #02-112
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TheJellyHearts

TheJellyhearts serves delectable Jelly Cheesecakes especially suitable for parties, weddings, and other special occasions.

E!Hub #02-111
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Xi Men Jie

Ximen Taiwan Delights offers a variety of popular Taiwanese food, including "mee sua" and "three-cup chicken".

E!Hub #02-110