Singapore, 26th June 2018 – South Korea’s largest Toast chain with over 15 years of history and 800 over outlets in South Korea, will be opening its first outlet in Singapore at Plaza Singapura, #B2-42 on 15th July 2018. This is the chain’s 5th country of operations, with previous locations in Taiwan, Macau, Malaysia as well.
Isaac Toast is brought into Singapore by the same company that manages Yoogane, which currently has 5 outlets in Singapore and 1 in Kuala Lumpur.
Mass demand and interest have swept the food industry prior to the opening, witnessed by the number of overwhelming 669 shares organically on Isaac Toast Singapore Facebook page, with some media’s mention from 987fm, popular food blogger Daniel Food Diary, Lady Iron Chef and many more.
Isaac Toast Singapore will be introducing their Specialties MVP Toast series as well as Bacon & Ham series into its menu. Food aside, the add-on will see drinks; shakes, tea, coffee, sodas and tea latte & fruit juices. The company aims to introduce the full menu into Singapore as well as to introduce
Singapore only menus in the near future.
Aiming to make the world a happier place through our sweet, fresh, warm toast one toast at a time, Isaac Toast will be able to provide the customer
with an authentic Korean Toast taste. Price wise, the company promises to set prices that will appeal to mass market.
To celebrate the grand opening of its first store, Isaac Toast will be giving out a cup of free Americano to all customers who are able to say their slogan in Korean “The Happiness Together, 더불어 행복한 세상을”
Do look out on their Facebook for details of the giveaway to enjoy the cup of coffee.
Commenting on the expansion of brand lines, Marc Chua, Operations Director mentioned,
“Isaac Toast has been a very popular brand in South Korea, with strong visibility in Korea’s market. Convenient, simple yet delicious offerings on its menu. With its first foray into Singapore riding onto the Korean wave, we are pretty confident that our products will do well among the working professionals as well as students”