Singapore, Western

Garrett Popcorn @ Marina Square, Singapore (Best Popcorn!)

February 18, 2011

During my last trip to Singapore, I discovered one of the best popcorn that I’ve ever eaten.

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Garrett Popcorn Shop, is located on the tunnel connecting Raffles City Mall with Marina Square, it’s pretty big so you won’t miss it when you are walking between the 2 malls.

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Sad to say, we Malaysians only eat popcorns when we are going to watch a movie, and the only choices we’ve got is well caramel. Both GSC and TGV now serve ok popcorn, but there were time that TGV popcorns are not tasty at all. My friend who had dinner with me that night said that it’s so new that even she didn’t know that it was there.

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There are quite a lot of sizes to choose from ranging from Small to Jumbo and the price will be depending on the types of popcorn that you choose. There are a few flavors to choose from like Cheese and Caramel Crisp and a few others, but after tasting the cheese, I think I rather stick to the conventional sweet popcorns.

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Garrett, Unchanged for 60 years! Nice retro-cy packaging.

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I bought the small packet, which also cost me about SGD8 but I’ve never tasted popcorn so good. It’s crunchy yet the Almond Caramel Crisp flavored popcorns are simply heavenly.

At the moment, I think there’s just one store in Singapore but hopefully they will decide to open up one here in KL. For more details, visit www.garrettpopcorn.com.

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5 Comments

  • Reply mimid3vils February 18, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    I never like popcorn because most of the popcorn we got here are tasteless 🙁

  • Reply JD February 18, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    @mimid3vils

    I find it quite alrite lar, better than nothing. But this you gotta try.

  • Reply na September 29, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Coming soon in KLCC!!!!

  • Reply JD September 29, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    @na

    Thats geat news!

  • Reply Tsukasa November 15, 2011 at 10:56 pm

    They just open and i got one today. One word.. superb nice but the most ex cost RM149 per tin. Opposite maybank and nearby uniqlo

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