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Kriston Food & Beverage

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Located in K A Food Link, Kriston Food & Beverage Pte Ltd is synonymous with professional catering and value-added services. From humble origins in the cafeteria and restaurant business more than two decades ago, Kriston has transformed itself into the caterer of choice, blazing ahead within the catering industry with personalised service, quality menus, and innovative themes

Closed on Sun & PH, Mon - Sat : 09:00am - 06:00pm

+65 64888181
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