Sunday, 18 May 2014

[Media Invite] Launch of The Art Wall @ Food Junction, Bugis

The new face of Food Junction at Bugis is proud to reveal its revamped food court, including the rebranded Toast Junction. Boasting a renewed clean-cut look, the new Food Junction has also adopted the concept of an art market, endeavouring to be the first food hub in Singapore that promotes good food, comfort and the appreciation of art in perfect unison. With the Bugis Art Market, Food Junction celebrates the opening of a new food hub and a new milestone.


The rebranded Toast Junction in Bugis Food Junction's Art Market has a modern, calming interiors, serving nostalgic yet popular signatures such as traditional brown toasts with homemade kaya and butter, perfectly timed half-boiled eggs and its signature beehoon, with a great selection of scrumptious ingredients. A cup of full-bodied and aromatic coffee completes the breakfast experience of the day. New menu introductions to the brand include Mee Siam, Mee Rebus and the Curry Chicken. Continuing the toast and coffee legacy, the brand is refreshed and with the same good coffee and timeless local fare and more, it can only be better and tastier!



Of Style, Functional and Comfort
Discarding the conventional mishmash of a dining hall, the interior design of Bugis Food Junction takes the leap into a more leading-edge appearance and youthful feel, culminating in a clean-cut finishing that us aestheticallu comfortable. Handicapped-friendly features, power points, stall directories and signages in the food court are all part of functionality and enhancing the customers' convenience.

For optimum comfort, original designer chairs from Jasper Morrison and Robin Day, and booth seats are introduced in the food court. The acoustic ceiling, made of sound absorbing material like cork, reduce sound reflection and together with an airy environment, these improvements make Bugis Food Junction ideal for dining and meetings.



Of Memorable Nostalgic Delights
Boasting a wide range of local favourites, the new food court is now home to popular nostalgic brands such as Odeon Beef Noodles, Koo Kee Yong Tau Foo and the famous Capitol Puay Heng Minced Meat Noodles.

Capitalizing on its strategic location in a bustling spot that welcomes youngsters, tourists and hip shoppers, Bugis Food Junction aims to be the new joint for trendy and healthy desserts. It has brought in new kid on the block, YogurBerry, the Korean branded Yoghurt. A new kiosk serving ice creams, sundaes, slush and floats has also been introduced to heighten the sweet sensation.


Fried Hokkien Mee,


Famous Odeon Beef Noodle,

Minced Meat Noodle,

BBQ Wings,

Ayam Penyat (Smashed Fried Chicken),

Famous Fragrant Hot Pot,

Famous Soup Guru 老火汤,


Bugis Soup Master - Blissful Blessings. Containing no herbal but high in collagen, the chicken is very tender and the soup tasted very gentle. Not too thick nor too light.


Award-wining and had featured regularly in the newspaper.


Bento Set,

and many more,


The Art Wall Collaboration for Two Children Charities
Located within an arts and cultural precinct, Food Junction is pleased to announce its collaboration with The RICE Company Limited in curating and showcasing the first collection of art pieces for the Art Market walls. Branded as The Art Walls, it is a stretch of three walls within the Art Market specially dedicated for Singapore's young and talented artists as they contribute their paintings in a bid to raise funds for their less-privileged peers.

Net proceeds from the sale of these paintings will go to The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF) and The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (ST SPMF). BT BAF provides fully-sponsored arts training for children and youth from financially-disadvantaged families and ST SPMF disburses pocket money to children from low-income families.

The Art Walls will be reserved for this collaboration for six months to one year with a new collection showcased every three months. The debut theme for The Art Walls is Marine Life.

Launched on 8th May 2014, Thursday, by Food Junction CEO Ms Teo Chew Hoon & Business Times Editor, Mr Alvin Tay. This is the first charity Art Wall in a food court and all proceeds from sale of art pieces go towards. Due to tremendous support, all art pieces received bids within an hour of the launch.
From left to right:
Martina Wong - General Manager of Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund, Alvin Tay - Editor of The Business Times, Children-Artist, Ms Teo - CEO of Food Junction Holdings, Michelle - Chief Creative officer of Auric Pacific and Colin Goh - Board Member of Budding Artist Fund.

About Food Junction
Since 1993, Food Junction has been consistently providing quality, value-for-money food to diners. With an established track record of 21 years, Food Junction has created food courts as lifestyle destinations, serving up a mix of local and international cuisines enjoyed within a delightful dining environment.

At present, Food Junction operates a total of 13 food courts across Singapore and Malaysia as well as 26 self-operated food court stalls, 1 Toast Junction and 9 Toast@Work outlets. Having crossed their 20th anniversary mark in 2013, the Food Junction team looks forward to continue growing their footprint, recreating and refreshing their food courts and partnering new exciting brands to bring the best mix of dining choices to customers.

Food Junction at Bugis Junction
Address: #03-30 Bugis Junction, 200 Victoria Street, Singapore 188021
Website: www.foodjunction.com