Famous Korean chain Isaac Toast to open in Singapore in July

Staff Writer, Singapore
·Editorial Team
(PHOTO: Isaac Toast Singapore/Facebook)
(PHOTO: Isaac Toast Singapore/Facebook)

Famous Korean toast chain Isaac Toast is coming to Singapore, and its first outlet will open in July at Plaza Singapura mall.

The store will be located in basement two of the mall, the brand’s spokesperson told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Tuesday (12 June).

Popular in Seoul, Isaac Toast 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 acquired by Altitude Holdings, which owns other Korean restaurant chains in Singapore such as Andong Zzimdak and Yoogane.

Isaac Toast has stores in Malaysia as well, including at Johor Bahru Paradigm Mall and Gateway at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2.

On top of its 700-over retail stores in South Korea, Isaac Toast has other overseas outlets in Taiwan and Macau.

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