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Paradiz turns into PoMo
Sun, Jan 18, 2009
The Straits Times

The once sleepy Paradiz Centre in Selegie Road has been transformed into a food haunt following a $20-million makeover and a name change to PoMo (see other story).

Nearly half of its existing 28 stores are food and beverage (F&B) outlets, including a new Japanese-themed foodcourt, Ishi Mura, which seats about 400, and a skewered meats shop Skew Bar.

Established names such as Thai restaurant chain Lerk Thai, Australian eatery Mad Jack Cafe and chicken rice specialist The Big Bird have also set up shop there.

 

 

 


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