Malaysia’s Oriental Kopi to make international debut in Singapore 

The Selangor-based café chain has partnered with Singapore’s Paradise Group for the launch and is seeking to open eight outlets within the next three years. 

Malaysia’s Oriental Kopi is set make its international debut this year with a store in Singapore.  

The Selangor-based café chain is seeking to open eight outlets across Singapore within the next three years in partnership with new franchisee Paradise Group, with its first store set to open in the third quarter of 2024.   

“We are thrilled to embark on the group’s very first joint venture with Oriental Kopi. Its commitment to quality resonates deeply with Paradise Group, and we are confident that it will be a well-loved concept by Singapore diners,” said Edlan Chua, Chief Operating Officer, Paradise Group.  

Oriental Kopi opened its first coffee shop in 2021 and currently has 14 outlets across Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru.  

The chain’s menu includes its eponymous beverage Oriental Kopi – a Chinese-styled coffee made from a blend of arabica, robusta and liberica beans – alongside a range of traditional Malaysian and Chinese bakery and lunch dishes.   

“We are confident that Paradise Group’s proven track record, robust business capabilities and unwavering dedication to culinary excellence in Singapore’s F&B industry will propel Oriental Kopi to greater success,” said Calvin Chan, Managing Director, Oriental Kopi.  

Founded in 2002, Paradise Group operates 100 restaurants and cafés across its 12 foodservice brands. The group has a presence across nine east Asian markets, including China, Thailand and Vietnam, as well as the US. 

Source: World Coffee Portal 

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