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SSP opens new units Taipei Station in Taiwan

Taipei Station has a daily traffic of over 500,000 and held the F&B business record in 2016 with sales figures of 2.2 billion TWD.

SSP, a leading operator of food and beverage outlets in travel locations worldwide, has opened three new units at Taipei Station. The new units featured are CheeKei, Wee Nam Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice and Khaosoi House.

Chee Kei, a Michelin recommended Hong Kong brand in 2010, encapsulates the fine art of wonton noodles, fresh crab congee and Guangdong cuisine providing exceptional food quality and excellent customer service in an inviting environment.

Wee Nam Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice is a Singapore brand with a regional presence in the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia, serving the iconic Hainanese Chicken Rice and a wide variety of Nanyang-inspired dishes.

Khaosoi House is a concept created by SSP, which serves Northern Thai cuisine and specialty curry noodles.

Taipei Station is renowned for its great collection of F&B offers,” said Chris Rayner, CEO for Asia Pacific at SSP. “With these new openings, we will be adding even more regional choices for passengers at the station. We are delighted to be embarking on this exciting new venture.”

Taipei Station has a daily traffic of over 500,000 and held the F&B business record in 2016 with sales figures of 2.2 billion TWD.

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