Vegetables are simple ingredients. Yet, they’re incredibly versatile and are a vital component to rounding off a dish or meal.
Here at DiscoverSG, we love vegetables. From the humble Cai Xin to the beloved Kang Kong, vegetables are always the star.
If you love vegetables as much as we do, we’ve got great news!
‘Lettuce Feast’ With Deliveroo
That’s right, from 9th to 13th April, Deliveroo is shining the spotlight on vegetables from salad bowls to veggie pizzas!
The Garden Slug kicks off the “Lettuce Feast” with their promotion where Deliveroo customers can order any of their salads for just $12!
The good folks at Sabio Tapas Bar are also offering bundles on their Chorizo Salad and Ensalada De Queso De Cabra. The bundle includes churros with the salads because we should celebrate after eating clean.
If you’re not in the mood for salads, how about 1-for-1 pizzas at Extra Virgin Pizza? Choose from their Mushroom Bianco or Pistachio Pumpkin pizzas.
Fans of The Soup Spoon will also be happy to know that they’re having a 1-for-1 promotion on their Korean Style Bulgogi Beef Soba and Teriyaki Chicken Soba.
Collin’s Grille Bento are also having a 1-for-1 promotion on their Grilled Chicken Caesar ($6) while the ninjas at Ninja Cut are offering a bundle meal on their Good Size Ninja – $26.80 for 2 Good Size Ninja bowls with 2 fresh fruit-infused tea, free of charge.
With so many options to choose from, now’s the perfect time to include more vegetables into your diet.
Mum didn’t lie – vegetables are good for you.
That’s not all, use the promo code “FOFDISCOVERSG” to get $4 off your first 3 orders on Deliveroo during the Festival Of Feasts!
The promo code is applicable to new Deliveroo users only and can be redeemed once per user. Once redeemed, the voucher will be valid for 14 days and can be used at all restaurants partnered with Deliveroo.
The code will be valid until 22 April 2018.
Now’s the time to sign up for Deliveroo and join in the feasting!
Hurry before the Festival of Feasts ends!
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