Foodcourts in Singapore

Food Junction: Decor distinctive but not the stalls

The Food Junction foodcourt at Nex. The chain takes some pains to make its foodcourts look chic and contemporary. Pillowy kueh from Chinatown Tan's TuTu Coconut Cake.
The Food Junction foodcourt at Nex. The chain takes some pains to make its foodcourts look chic and contemporary. PHOTO: FOOD JUNCTION

Food Junction takes some pains to make its foodcourts stand out, whether it is with retro-looking floor tiles or brass-coloured lamp shades with filament bulbs.

The look is chic and contemporary, with a hint of hipster. Clear signs and maps showing the layout of the foodcourt and the location of stalls allow customers to identify quickly where they should go; useful in a sprawling foodcourt like the Bugis Junction one.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on January 06, 2019, with the headline 'Decor distinctive but not the stalls'. Print Edition | Subscribe