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Mister Donut Pop-Up At Jurong Point Sparks Massive Queue

The month-long pop-up is a market test for the American doughnut chain to consider opening a permanent shop here.
Mister Donut Pop-Up At Jurong Point Sparks Massive Queue

The latest queue-making craze to hit Singapore is Mister Donut, the American doughnut chain that’s ironically even more popular in Japan than in its native country. 

As part of a market test to gauge demand for a permanent store here, Mister Donut is doing a pop-up at WAttention Plaza, an events space at the &Joy Fiesta Japanese food street at Jurong Point’s basement.

The chain is founded by one Harry Winokur, who is the brother-in-law of Dunkin’ Donuts founder William Rosenberg.

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