Famous Hokkaido stretchy cheese toast brand in S’pore to seek opportunities to open here

They're at a franchising exhibition at MBS from Oct. 12 - 14. And yes, there will be toast.

By Mandy How | October 12, 2017

SayChiizu is a famous Hokkaido Cheese Toast brand from Thailand, and it’s planning to to expand to Singapore. 

In case you have no idea what we’re talking about:

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Yeap, it boasts some really tensile (stretchable) cheese.

The toasts in Thailand come in Original Cheese, Chocolate Cheese, Charcoal Cheese, and Strawberry Cheese flavours, costing 69 baht (S$2.82) apiece.

The shop also carries a variety of fruity cheese drinks (also priced at 69 baht) that come in yuzu, orange, strawberry, and peach flavours:

Founded in 2015, the brand’s outlets can be found in shopping malls like EmQuartier and Siam Square. 

Wanna bring it to Singapore?

And here’s where we come in — it’s in the process of looking for Franchisees, and will be participating in a franchising exhibition at Marina Bay Sands from Oct. 12 – 14 (Thursday through Saturday).

Source: SayChiizu Facebook

The founder and crew will be there serving up its signature cheese toast to visitors, too. However, there will only be 500 pieces of toast each day, so go earlier if you really want to try it.

The event they’ll be at permits free admission — all you need to do is show up with your business card, and try not to go there wearing singlets, shorts, berms, sandals and slippers — so don’t say bojio.

Where to find them: Marina Bay Sands, Sands Expo and convention centre (Franchising & Licensing Asia 2017) Level 1, Hall B

When: Oct. 12 – 13, 10.30am – 6.30 pm
Oct. 14, 10.30am – 5.30pm

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Top image from SayChiizu Facebook page. 

 

About Mandy How

Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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