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Australian chain ‘Lukumades’ opens in Singapore

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Australia-based doughnut chain, ‘Lukumades’, has recently launched its first location in Singapore.

Exarhos Sourligas, the creator of Lukumades, launched the company in 2016 with a food truck that toured the streets of Melbourne, and within nine months, the company had developed sufficiently to establish itself in a bricks and mortar store.

Lukumades is looking to keep the sweetness of Greece afloat in Singapore’s Arab Street, offering these tasty vegan varieties to the public in packs of ten, ranging in 18 flavor combinations.

Lukumades is looking to keep the sweetness of Greece afloat in Singapore's Arab Street, offering these tasty vegan varieties to the public in packs of ten, ranging in 18 flavor combinations.
Lukumades is looking to keep the sweetness of Greece afloat in Singapore’s Arab Street, offering these tasty vegan varieties to the public in packs of ten, ranging in 18 flavor combinations. Photo: confirmgood.

According to confirmgood, many of the flavours have drawn inspiration from classic candy favourites, such as Kinder Bueno, Twix, Snickers, and Nutella.

Fans of custard-filled doughnuts have the option of the “Bougatsa” doughnut, which is inspired by the traditional Greek breakfast pastry treat.

Singapore’s Lukumades is currently in their soft launch phase, with official opening hours coming soon.

Source: confirmgood

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