Just last week, Goody Feed shared a piece of pleasant but unhealthy news that Tiger Sugar is now on Grab Food. And today, we are announcing that Jenjudan will be opening another store at Orchard Gateway. Not the most "neighborhood-friendly", but it is pretty reachable too considering that it's located in the central area. So, simi is Jenjidan? Yet Another Popular Taiwanese Boba Store Jenjudan is a popular bubble tea chain from Taiwan and was first brought to the world during 2010 at Shilin Night Market in Taipei. This popular boba store, just like Tiger Sugar, is known for their Brown Sugar Boba Milk. Image: Facebook (Jenjudan Singapore) They first opened their doors in Singapore at 1 CityLink Mall #B1-13. Honestly, that's quite an awkward place to open the first store since it's a mall that everyone walks past but never pays much attention to. Second Outlet Is Here! But hey, good news: they are opening at Orchard Gateway! In fact, they have already opened their doors on 14 September 2019. Image: Facebook (Jenjudan Singapore) They are located at Orchard Gateway #B2-10 and they were holding a 1-for-1 promotion for their grand opening. Image: Facebook (Jenjudan Singapore) Unfortunately, the promotion ended on 16 September 2019. Goody Feed apologises for being a little too late this time around, we promise to be better next time. Image: Giphy Reader Bao: Aren't you guys always late? 1 Free Drink At CityLink If you missed the 1-for-1 deal, just like we did, a piece of good news is Jenjudan has decided to offer another promotion at their CityLink mall outlet. Image: Facebook (Jenjudan Singapore) You will be required to sign up here to stand a chance to win 1 free drink at CityLink Mall outlet. However, do note that only the top 20 applicants every day will receive a free drink. But just go ahead and sign up, never try never know, right? The contest will end on 30 September 2019, so you will have plenty of chances. Here's a look at the menu: Image: Facebook (Jenjudan Singapore) Image: Facebook (Jenjudan Singapore) Can someone call the Health Promotion Board (HPB) to report these unhealthy activities already?