After extensive renovation that began in March last year, Eastpoint Mall is reopening its doors on December 2 with a bigger and refurbished interior, new tenants and with nearly a third of the mall now offering food and beverage.
An expanded NTUC FairPrice supermarket will occupy the entire fifth level and will operate round-the-clock.
Shoppers at Eastpoint Mall can now choose from over 30 food and beverage concepts, including a 12,500 sq ft Food Junction on level four.
New eateries include the first-ever Four Leaves Café and first-in-Singapore Juk Story, a rice porridge-inspired Korean concept restaurant. More familiar Asian delights are offered by Kura Osaka Osho Ramen, Paradise Inn, Siam Kitchen and Shabu Sai.
To cater to the growing demand for halal cuisine, Eastpoint Mall npw has halal-certified restaurants like Eighteen Chefs, Hanis Café and Bakery, Nene Chicken, Penang Street and The Royals Café.
Eastpoint Mall is owned by NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative Limited, and managed by Frasers Centrepoint Limited.
Following the revamp, it now has a nett lettable area of 214,161 sq ft, a 13 per cent increase from 189,986 sq ft previously, of which 30 per cent is now focused on food and beverage.