Stretchy, Hokkaido-style cheese toast from Thailand to arrive in 4 malls across Singapore

Just look at that stretch. Photo: SayChiizu Singapore/Facebook
Just look at that stretch. Photo: SayChiizu Singapore/Facebook

We sure love our cheese toasts here in Singapore. That’s why we’re psyched for the arrival of Thai brand Say Chiizu, which will be setting up takeaway kiosks at not one but four malls from Jan 15 onwards.

Known for its stretchy, Hokkaido-style cheese toast, the eatery sure knows how to pull Singaporeans in with its cheese made from imported Japanese milk and mixed with other cheeses like mozzarella. As for the Hokkaido milk toast that sandwiches the cheese, you can sample it in three flavors for now: charcoal, chocolate, and original (strawberry and matcha will come later) — although at $3.80 each, it’s slightly more expensive than if you were to get it in Bangkok (just sayin’).

Photo: SayChiizu Singapore/Facebook

So if you’re keen (diet be damned), hop on over to VivoCity on Jan 15, 313 @ Somerset on Jan 16, White Sands Shopping Centre on Jan 17, or The Clementi Mall on Jan 18 to eat your fill of cheese and carbs. Even if you don’t typically frequent those malls, the brand is already aiming to open 10 outlets on our shores by the end of the year, as well as a sit-down cafe at Bugis in February.

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