SINGAPORE - Several prominent malls around the island have revamped their food wings to satiate the ever-changing tastebuds of shoppers here.
One such mall is Causeway Point in Woodlands, which began revamps as early as July 2010.
A total of $72 million was spent on the mall-wide overhaul, which concluded in December last year.
Its new Asian Food Street now occupies the space that was previously a foodcourt and other stores.
New and existing tenants occupy the 25,000 sq feet floor space of Causeway Point's fifth level.
There is a total of eight Asian restaurants, of which five are new tenants.
One new restaurant is Japanese sukiyaki restaurant Shabu Sai.
Mr Takahashi Naoki, managing director of Create Restaurants Asia, which owns Shabu Sai, said that the response "has been very good so far, especially during the weekends when we have about 20 to 30 people in queue".
The restaurant seats up to 120 people.