SINGAPORE: A social enterprise of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) has opened a coffeeshop that offers cheap meals in food court comfort.
NTUC Foodfare said on Wednesday that the outlet in Block 420A, Clementi, aims to be the first of Singapore’s next generation of coffeeshops in the heartlands.
It offers the comfort, decor and hygiene that one would get in a food court.
The meals are affordable, like the ones sold at coffeeshops.
NTUC Foodfare said its Budget Pick meals will cost between $1.80 and $3 for basic items and less than $4 for other food types.
Residents on Public Assistance and Special Grant will get another discount of 10 per cent.
NTUC Foodfare has been helping to cushion the increases in food and beverage prices during tough times.
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