Join the queue at PLQ

The cafe serves (clockwise from left) peanut butter special; floss and egg sandwich; pork, egg and cheese sandwich; and Fong Sheng sandwich (not launched yet).
The cafe serves (clockwise from left) peanut butter special; floss and egg sandwich; pork, egg and cheese sandwich; and Fong Sheng sandwich (not launched yet). PHOTO: FONG SHENG HAO
Hayai founder Ryan Law with a teriyaki chicken onigirazu.
Hayai founder Ryan Law with a teriyaki chicken onigirazu. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
From left: Mom’s thigh burger, peach pear ade and Cajun fries.
From left: Mom’s thigh burger, peach pear ade and Cajun fries. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
Clockwise from left: Wrap N Roll, Okie Pokie Bowl and Lucky Bird chicken rice.
Clockwise from left: Wrap N Roll, Okie Pokie Bowl and Lucky Bird chicken rice. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
Morphine Coffee’s co-founder Vester Sim brewing coffee with siphon coffee makers.
Morphine Coffee’s co-founder Vester Sim brewing coffee with siphon coffee makers. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

Newly opened Paya Lebar Quarter is turning out to be a foodie haven, bolstered by well-known overseas brands

Well-known overseas food brands have found a home in the two-week-old Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) mall, which is turning out to be quite a foodie haven.

Fried chicken fans can tuck into South Korea's fried chicken and burger chain Mom's Touch, while those who seek the comfort of Taiwan's charcoal-grilled toast and milk tea can check out Fong Sheng Hao cafe.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 15, 2019, with the headline 'Join the queue at PLQ'. Print Edition | Subscribe