This has been a rather long wait.
%Arabica which first announced its opening in Singapore last August 2018, may finally open at 56 Arab Street next week (week of 17th June).
It faced many delays due to construction and interior works.
The chain has also announced locations of its two other Singapore locations – Chip Bee Gardens at Holland Village, and [email protected]
% Arabica originally from Hong Kong technically (then Kyoto Japan), is known to be one of the best coffee shops around.
The Arab Street branch will be a small 20-seater, designed in minimalist white similar to many of the other stores world-while.
However, there are plans to serve actual food at the Chip Bee Gardens outlet.
(Impression of the %Arabica Singapore Arab Street Cafe. Photo credit: %Arabica)
There are 16 stores located in Japan, Hong Kong, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Philippines and China, and is finally setting foot in Singapore.
A bit of its origins: Its founder and owner, Kenneth Shoji, established the brand on March 11, 2011.
His mission is to grow % Arabica across unique land and cultures of the world, so that young baristas can “See The