Singapura Coming Soon to 106 Lexington Avenue
A stroll by 106 Lexington Avenue reveals that a restaurant called Singapura will open in the immediate future. Although still completely papered up, a sign notes that the restaurant will specialize in both Malaysian and Thai cuisine, and will also offer Hakka Chinese food. Although that sounds like quite the pan-Asian mash-up, Malaysia and Singapore actually have numerous restaurants serving Hakka cuisine due to the large Chinese diaspora in those countries. Not much else is known at this point, though an OpenTable page reveals a price point of $30 and under. Stay tuned for more in upcoming weeks.
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