Indeed, Singaporeans go wild for indulgent doughnuts. And, it just so happens renowned Japanese brand Mister Donut launches a pop-up store in Singapore on July 15.
The authentic doughnuts kiosk is the perfect place to satisfy your dough cravings at Basement 1 of WAttention Plaza at Jurong Point. Plus, it will open for one month so you have 30 days to try out these sinfully delicious treats.
With a variety of 16 flavours, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Highlights include French Cruller, Custard Cream, Honey Dip, chocolate numbers like Coconut Chocolate, the crowd-pleasing Pon De Ring and Pon De Ring Strawberry, to name a few.
Meanwhile, doughnuts are priced from $2.30 but you can grab a box of six for $13.50 or a box of 10 for $22.
Mister Donut launched in Japan in 1971 after being founded by Harry Winouker on the streets of Boston in 1955. It has withstood the testament of time in Japan but it has over 5500 shops globally to date mostly under the name of Dunkin Donuts.
Allegedly, if test marketing is a success the company will consider permanent outlets here. Consequently, if you want Mister Donut to stick around Singapore, then you better queue for some of the best doughnuts in town.
📍63 Jurong West Central 3, WAttention Plaza, #B1-78A Jurong Point, Singapore 648886
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