OCBC Is Offering 100 1-For-1 Dining Deals – Take A Pal To Feast On These 10 We Picked
When we’re out for a day with friends, family or a significant other, the question we always ask is not “what to do?”, but “where should we eat today?”.
Because having good food
is undoubtedly the favourite Singaporean activity that anchors everything else
Some may even say the
mission is to hunt down and try as many great food places as possible each time
we make a trip out.
gastronomical delight after the next is a sure way to satisfy our souls and
make it all seem right in the world, but the only problem will be the hole that
burns in our wallets.
If you’re often bursting
your budget on food, split the cost with a pal next time, because anytime is a
good time for a hearty meal when you can tap on more than 100 1-for-1 dining
deals in Singapore! Only with OCBC Cards.
Ready to feast? We’ve compiled 10 deals for you to start with.
From idyllic Amalfi, to
the bustling Singapore River, the owners of Limoncello have brought
their team over from the famous Italian coastal town itself.
Bringing the flavour
right from its origins, they promise an authentic spread of traditional Italian
fare. Needless to say, you can expect they check all the boxes like homemade
pastas, wood fired pizzas and charcoal-grilled meats.
Limoncello may not give
you a view of green hills and crystal blue waters, but they offer plenty of
alfresco seats, and even private dining rooms where you can raise your glass to
the fancy life.
Dishes like linguine
aragosta (lobster linguine) and costolette di agnello alla griglia
(grilled lamb chop) can be a mouthful, but you won’t be fretting over the
pronunciation once you actually dig into them.
If you think dining by
the riverside along Robertson Quay is certain to rack up a big bill, you’ll be
surprised that you can indulge in a 3-course set lunch for just $35++ per pax.
Address: 95 Robertson Quay, #01-19/20, River Gate Condominium, Singapore 238256
Opening hours: Mon – Tue: 5:30pm – 10:30pm, Wed – Sun: 12pm – 2:30pm; 5:30pm – 10:30pm
2. Kyoaji Dining
It’s all in the name: Kyoaji
means “tastes from Kyoto”.
Among the endless
plethora of restaurants around Orchard, this hidden gem is tucked away inside
TripleOne Somerset where you can take a breather from the busy shopping crowd.
It’s helmed by Executive
Chef John Phua who has almost 30 years of experience in authentic Japanese
cuisine. Previously, he served at Fukuichi Japanese Dining, and he’s keeping
some of his old fan favourites alive after its closure.
Decked out in modern
furnishings, Kyoaji features a live sushi bar so you can watch Chef John and
his team cook up a storm before your eyes.
While they’re known for
their decadent assortment of sashimi and sushi, Kyoaji also dishes out a
refreshing experience with less common items like gyuniki fagura sauce
(grilled beef with goose liver sauce) and hiyashi gyomen (fish meat
Address: 111 Somerset Road, #02-05/06, TripleOne, Singapore 238164
Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 11:30pm – 3pm; 5:30pm – 10:30pm, Sat – Sun & PH: 11:30am – 10:30pm
Get 1-for-1 Grilled Lobster With Garlic Sauce Here.
3. The Chop House
Meat lovers come to The
Chop House to get their mouths watering over a great selection from steaks
and burgers, to baby back ribs and pork knuckles.
With their creators
hailing from the highly praised Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, The Chop House is a
more laidback rendition, bringing a range of mains and sharing dishes perfect
for hanging out with a group of pals.
Just like the first
outlet at VivoCity, its second branch at I12 Katong is decorated with an
industrial woody interior that eases you into a cosy mood.
Its hidden secret? This
location houses the legendary Southbend broiler from the US; the same one used
by the chefs at Wooloomooloo to make magic with their famous steaks.
When you’ve cleaned off
your plateful of chunky chops, hit up the bar to wash it all down with ice cold
beers, wine, or cocktails.
The Chop House
Address: 112 East Coast Road, #01-13, I12 Katong, Singapore 428802
Opening hours: Mon – Sat: 12pm – 12am, Sun: 10am – 12am
Get 1-For-1 Baby Back Ribs With 2 Pints Of Beer Here.
Nestled in the expansive
‘integrated community’ of Our Tampines Hub, Commons (previously
Commonground) prides itself for creating memories with its customers in the
Its warm lights and
leafy fronds give the eatery a welcoming vibe for casual get-togethers at any
time of day. Fancy a nice breakfast with your tribe of early-risers? No
problem, they’re open from 8am on weekends.
Truly a place to eat in
good company, their signature is the Commons meat platter hero loaded
with a medley of roast chicken, beef tenderloin, lamb chop, Italian sausages,
mashed potatoes, beetroot coleslaw and grilled tomatoes.
Address: 51 Tampines Ave 4, #01-103 Our Tampines Hub, Singapore 529684
Opening hours: Mon – Thu: 11am – 10pm, Fri: 11am – 11pm, Sat: 8am – 11pm, Sun: 8am – 10pm
Get 1-for-1 Pizza And Pasta On Weekdays Here.
5. Pietro Ristorante Italiano
Ristorante Italiano takes
residence along a row of old shophouses in the peaceful Seletar area.
Settle yourself in among
the traditional decor, and you’ll soon be greeted with warm hospitality and a
complimentary plate of herb-baked bread with garlic dip.
Aside from the familiar
thin crust wood fired pizzas (try the bismark: honey baked ham, feta,
mozzarella and rockets topped with a sunny side up) and pastas cooked in
parchment paper, Pietro also boasts a melt-in-your-mouth pork belly with
porcini kidney beans as its must-try item.
Pietro Ristorante Italiano
Address: 12 Jalan Kelulut, Singapore 809030
Opening hours: Mon – Sun: 11am – 2:30pm; 6pm – 10:30pm
Get 1-for-1 Pasta, Pizza Or Mains Here.
6. Chicken Up
The comforts of Korean
fried chicken never fail, and if you’re already a fan of the cuisine, then Chicken
Up is likely to evoke involuntary ‘mmm’s.
Since they opened in
2010, their fried chicken wings in ganjang (soy) and yangnyum (spicy)
flavours have been considered a reliable favourite among many Korean food
lovers in Singapore.
When it comes to the
temptation of sides like bulgolgi and kimchi fries, yangpa bomb
(fried blooming onion), and toppoki (spicy rice cakes), we’re sorry to
say there’s no way you can win this battle—so go on and indulge in your sins.
And if you and your
friends come with a big appetite, there’s nothing more quintessentially Korean
than sharing a UFO stew along with Chicken Up’s watermelon soju,
served right in the watermelon husk!
Address: 277C Compassvale Link, #01-13 (Unit No.2A), Singapore 543277
Opening hours: Sun – Thurs: 11am – 11pm, Fri – Sat: 11am – 2am
Get 1-for-1 Chicken Wings Here.
7. Masons @ Gillman Barracks
Tucked away in the artsy
locale of Gillman Barracks, the extra walk in (or drive) to get to Masons is
totally worth it.
Housed in a fully
restored black and white 1935 colonial bungalow and shrouded in lush greenery,
the restaurant gives you an uncommon chance to picture yourself in a time of
classic European luxury.
Between their main
dining hall and the serene alfresco verandah, visitors love coming to the
exclusive location to sneak away for a romantic date, or to celebrate an
occasion. It’s no surprise that many choose this venue to tie the knot too.
Mason’s kitchen is
headed by Executive Chef Jack Woolner, who has gone through training under Michelin-star
chefs and served at acclaimed restaurants in the UK.
Among a grand spread of
European cuisine peppered with local Singaporean influences, Masons highly
recommends their house special pizza and duck pasta.
Masons @ Gillman Barracks
Address: 8 Lock Rd, #01-17, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108936
Opening hours: Mon – Sun: 11:30am – 11pm
Get 1-For-1 Handmade Fresh Italian Pizza Here.
8. MeatSmith Telok Ayer
With glass windows
embellished like a gentleman’s barber, a ‘rustic garage’ interior, and the
tunes of classic rock and blues, MeatSmith Telok Ayer is the ultimate
smokehouse diner in the CBD.
It’s the brainchild of
Chef Andrew Baldus and General Manager Emmanuel Bernados, who are here to prove
that a real-deal American barbecue can exist in our part of the globe too.
Chef Andrew spent most
of his life working in Southern style restaurants in Nashville and Memphis, and
he’s now brought over two Southern Pride smokers from the States to Meat
Meat is taken super
seriously here, with mouth-watering homemade sausages, stuffed
suckling pig, and pork ribs slowly smoked over hickory wood for up
to 14 hours.
Beef lovers shouldn’t
miss out on their beef brisket, perfectly charred on the outside, fatty
and tender on the inside, and of course packed full of smoky flavour.
Address: 167-169 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068620
Opening hours: Mon – Thurs: 11:30am – 3pm; 5:30pm – 10:30pm, Fri – Sun: 11:30am – 10:30pm
Get 1-For-1 Beef Brisket Here.
9. The Fine Line
Fine Line is comfortably nestled
in Holland Village, a popular chill-out spot that draws young Singaporeans and
expatriates to its dining and bar scene.
Head over to unwind
after a long day of work, or ring in the weekend with some well-deserved toasts
to the backdrop of rustic red brick walls and live music performances.
While some bars are
thought to offer food just to be paired alongside their main attraction of
drinks, The Fine Line doesn’t cut the slack in the kitchen, serving a
delectable spread from brunch to dinner and late night snacks.
The gastro bar’s
signature dishes include their Fine Line burger, angus steak, and
a perfectly balanced plate of salt and pepper squid.
The Fine Line
Address: 23 Lor Mambong, Singapore 277682
Opening hours: Mon – Thu: 3pm – 1am, Fri: 1pm – 1am, Sat: 11am – 2am, Sun: 11am – 1am
10. Kanpai Izakaya
Also at Holland Village,
this casual establishment is another laidback joint to raise your glass, and a
great fit for those who have a taste for Japanese cuisine and drinks.
Lifting spirits with
their all-day happy hour till 10pm (except on Fridays and public holiday eves),
Kanpai Izakaya offers a range of Japanese sake, whisky and beer.
As the food here is
served izakaya style, you’ll want to sample a variety of different bites.
Make your meal an entire
journey, starting with classics like their recommended bara chirashi or tuna
Then dive into more
adventurous terrain to try the also popular chicken heart skewers and blowfish
seasoned with sweet sake!
Address: 40 Lor Mambong, Singapore 277695
Opening hours: Mon – Sun: 12pm – 2pm; 5pm – 1am
All OCBC Credit/Debit
Cardmembers can enjoy the full selection of over 100 1-for-1 dining deals.
Click here to see the full list.
If you’re not an OCBC Cardmember, but don’t want to get FOMO (fear of missing out) over these 1-for-1 deals, it’s easy to sign up for their OCBC 365 Credit Card, which also gives you 6% cashback on all your dining spend (capped at S$80, and subject to a minimum total monthly spend of S$800 per calendar month).
On top of that, the fastest fingers get the most spoils, as new OCBC Credit Card applicants who sign up by 30 September 2019 and get their card approved by 31 October 2019 will also receive a S$50 cashback!
Get instant approval right away when you sign up here.
This article was written in collaboration with OCBC Bank.
Header Image Credit: Pietro, Kanpai Izakaya, Chicken Up
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Singaporeans are truly spoilt for choice when
it comes to food and shopping.
Gone are the days when we need to travel long
distances from our homes in the heartlands for a shopping spree, or to feast on
cuisines we cannot find at neighbourhood kopitiams.
For one, the folks at Westgate want to satisfy
all your cravings without you needing to take that long train ride to town.
If you’re looking for some recommendations for F&B places to check out during your next visit to the mall, Westgate is running a ‘Tantalising Treats Are Made Of These’ campaign showcasing the diverse flavours that they have to offer.
From mouth-watering Korean barbeque to an indulgent xiao long bao feast, there’s something for every craving!
Here’s a breakdown of
some of Singaporeans’ most favourite cuisines, and the eateries that you can
Move aside salted egg, mala is the flavour for the year 2019.
We’re all familiar with the tongue-numbing
goodness of a huge bowl of mala xiang guo,
but have you tried mala tang?
The soupy variation of the unofficial Singapore dish of the year, Gong Yuan Ma La Tang’s (#04-07) piping hot bowl of mala soup is the perfect complement to a cold, rainy day.
For those unable to take too spicy food, Gong
Yuan also offers soup bases like pork broth and pickled vegetables.
Regardless, we would still recommend that you
try out their signature mala soup
base with a selection of your favourite ingredients for a unique mala experience you can tell your
Still need more mala in your life?
Pop by Ooh (#02-K1) and grab a pack (or ten!) of
their signature mala potato chips, a
perfect match for your Netflix marathons.
If you want to indulge with a little less
guilt, Ooh also offers mala cassava
Known to be a healthier alternative to potato
chips, cassava is said to be a good source of protein and vitamin K!
Digging into a whole grilled fish over a flame
is the new steamboat, and TANYU (#B1-02) is one of the more well-known
brands serving that option in Singapore.
Westies will be glad to know that TANYU now
has an outlet in Westgate, and fans will be able to savour 12 different kinds
of grilled fish flavours on its menu.
If you like the numbness that mala gives you but not so much the spiciness, we’d recommend you to try TANYU’s Grilled Fish with Green Peppers, which has garnered rave reviews from customers!
If you’re into more traditional eats, all-time
favourites Paradise Dynasty (#02-13) and Crystal Jade (#04-42) are also there to whet
Since a round of xiao long bao is already a given, why not add on a plate of
fragrant fried rice to end off the feast?
You don’t have to be a fan of K-Pop to enjoy
the bold flavours of Korean cuisine.
In the spirit of communal dining, grab some
friends and cook up some spicy chicken galbi
at the ever-popular Yoogane (#03-08).
Don’t forget to add the cheese ring!
Cool all that spicy chicken off with naengmyeon, a chilly and refreshing bowl of buckwheat noodles in a slightly savoury broth topped with slices of sweet Korean pear and cucumbers. We guarantee that your tastebuds will thank you for the break!
If you’re looking for Korean fare with a twist,
why not check out NY Night Market (#01-08) for some
Korean-Western fusion fare?
Hailing from Seoul, NY Night Market brings you
to Korea and the US with every morsel.
Want to try something that will definitely
leave your dining buddies in awe? Try their 50cm Baguette!
An intimidating-looking 50cm-long baguette
loaded with beef, salsa, cheese, jalapeno and more, the experience that comes
with sharing one with friends is one that cannot be missed.
Cool it all off with over 15 different
flavours of bingsu at Nunsaram (#04-37). From the classic injeolmi flavour to local favourites
like Milo, there’s a bingsu flavour
for every preference.
To recreate the experience of snacking at a
roadside cart in Korea, Nunsaram also sells savoury dishes like tteokbokki and fried treats.
We’d recommend you to try Nunsaram’s Special Tteokbokki, which comes with rice cakes,
fishcakes, fried dumplings, seaweed rolls and half a roll of gimbap!
For fans of the all-time popular Japanese
cuisine, head down to Gochi-So Shokudo (#01-02) for some next level
Using Iberico Pork, Gochi-So Shokudo grills
their meat over charcoal, resulting in a delectably smoky flavour in every
Did you know: The Premium Iberico Pork they
use in their delicious rice bowls contains oleic acids which have a beneficial
effect on blood cholesterol levels!
Craving for a hearty bowl of ramen? Ippudo
(#03-03) is a renowned ramen chain which has captured the hearts and stomachs
of ramen lovers all around the world!
Try out Akamaru Shinaji, where Ippudo’s
signature tonkotsu soup is enhanced by fragrant black garlic oil, which adds
depth to the already rich broth!
Delight your taste buds with the wonderful
world of Indian cuisine!
If you can’t decide between North or South
Indian cuisine, Anjappar
(#04-08) has got any craving you have covered.
Bringing Singaporean foodies the best that the
cuisine has to offer, we suggest you get their Chicken Briyani which
comes with chunks of flavourful chicken and fragrant basmati rice.
For a garlic naan and butter chicken feast, check out Zaffron
Kitchen (#01-20) for mouth-watering dishes that will leave you hungry for
Once you’re done, wash it all down with a cup
of Teh Halia, which mixes milk tea
with ginger for a comforting combination.
Did you know: South Indian cuisine tends to
use rice and rice-based items while North Indian cuisine leans towards breads
like naan and chapati?
We’ve covered Asian favourites – what about
some Western-style cuisine?
Check out homegrown brand COLLIN’S (#01-05) for some delicious yet wallet-friendly
steaks, pizza, pastas and chicken chops.
If you’re looking for a little treat, try out
COLLIN’S Grilled Tiger Prawns and U.S. Scallops, which comes at a rather
affordable price tag of $22.
For something more indulgent, order a sharing
platter and a round of chilled beer at Brotzeit (#01-04) and get immediately
transported to Germany!
A sharing platter comes with crispy pork
knuckles, pork ribs and a generous variety of sausages so get your fill of
meaty goodness at Brotzeit!
If you’re bored of froyo, check out the
IG-worthy acai bowls at An Acai Affair (#B1-30).
With every bowl packed with fresh fruits,
organic ingredients and superfoods, who says healthy food needs to be drab?
Share Your IG-Worthy Photos And Win
Westgate is holding a
photo contest and you can be one of the 5 lucky winners to win $50 worth of
Crystal Jade vouchers if you’re selected!
All you need to do is
snap a photo of your meal and include the hashtag #WestgateSGEats
for a chance to win.
For the entire dining selection at Westgate, click through this link!
Address: 3 Gateway Drive, Singapore 608532
Opening Hours: Daily, 10am – 10pm
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Header Image Credit: Yoogane, Collins, Gong Yuan Mala
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From Fluffy Pancakes To Fresh Oysters, honestbee Welcomes You To Their New Supermarket X Dining Space
Apps that provide convenient services have become part and parcel of modern life. From ride sharing to finding a date, there’s an app for almost every need and concern.
Enter honestbee – if you think all it does is just shop your groceries for you, then you’re wrong.
From online to offline, Asia’s leading marketplace that delivers quality food products and experiences, unveils their latest offering: habitat by honestbee – the world’s first tech-integrated multi-sensory grocery and dining destination of its kind.
habitat marks honestbee’s first foray into brick and mortar: its a supermarket, restaurant and retail innovation lab all in one.[caption id="attachment_37854" align="aligncenter" width="2122"] Image Credit: Honestbee[/caption]
A Multi-Sensory Experience
Occupying a 60,000 square feet space in an industrial building in Pasir Panjang, habitat comprises a full supermarket stocked with over 20,000 curated Asian and international produce and essentials.[caption id="attachment_37855" align="aligncenter" width="2120"] Image Credit: Honestbee[/caption]
You can also expect a dining area featuring 15 unique food and beverage concepts – from grain bowls and grilled wagyu meats to Japanese soufflé pancakes and homemade kombucha, there’s something for everyone here.
habitat is honestbee brought to life. It is a cashless space that ensures your experience is fuss-free, all you have to do is come equipped with the honestbee app.
Here’s a sneak peek of what you can expect at this one of a kind tech-enabled multi-sensory, grocery and dining experience.
Shufu[caption id="attachment_37858" align="aligncenter" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
Possibly our favourite spot in this place, Shufu is a little reading corner at habitat. With high ceilings and plenty of natural light shining into the space, Shufu is a good vantage point for all the excitement at habitat.
Shufu also overlooks lush greenery – perfect for cosying up with a good read and a cuppa. Shoppers can pick from an array of exclusively curated books and periodicals revolving around food, design, chefs and local literature.
Seafood[caption id="attachment_37860" align="aligncenter" width="2118"] Image Credit: Honestbee[/caption]
The trio behind Bear Bear Fresh, Roger Wong, Chen Wei Nan and Christopher Chan believe in all things local, especially seafood from Singapore’s very own shores.
With a network of local fishermen casting the net in our backyard, the fish that comes to habitat are locally sourced and completely fresh. You can also find oysters, lobsters and alaskan king crabs.[caption id="attachment_37857" align="aligncenter" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
You can also buy your oysters and get them chucked on the spot so you can eat it while it’s fresh.
Butchery[caption id="attachment_37859" align="aligncenter" width="2110"] Image Credit: Honestbee[/caption]
Browse and select from a wide variety of premium cuts of meat. Customers have the freedom to choose the amount, types of cut and number of years aged – all straight from the butcher.
If you love your meats, some of the interesting selections include snow-aged beef from Niigata and Mayura station beef, where the cows are fed with chocolates.
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A tribute to the level of artistry of the floral works in Japan, Hanaya (also known as “florist” in Japanese) is habitat’s very own florist. At Hanaya, you are invited to embrace the scent of fresh blooms and even learn to arrange a bouquet.
With something for every type of foodie, dine fresh in over 15 F&B concepts. Here’s what we tried and loved!
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White or black, single origin or house blend – each and every cup of coffee from hinoki embodies understated elegance, like the Japanese cypress tree it’s named after.
The hinoki blend comprises of coffee beans that are sourced around the world and roasted in Kyoto. Japanese fresh milk is used in all white coffees. hinoki also offers tasting and latte art classes, where you get to choose and try new beans and even taste coffee in its most authentic forms.[caption id="attachment_37862" align="aligncenter" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
hinoki is also situated right next to Shufu so guests can head over to the cosy space after ordering their coffee and cakes.
Lazy Loaf (IG: @lazyloaf_sg)[caption id="attachment_37863" align="aligncenter" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
Lazy Loaf is the go-to place for rustic loaves, Asian-sourced flours and spreads.
With a repertoire of homemade spreads that have been perfected through generations of bakers, we highly recommend chef John Tan’s homemade kaya – a recipe that can be traced from his grandmother.
This bakery lets you call the shots. Choose a bread, select a toaster, and dress up your toast. Many of their loaves and breads are lovingly baked in-house and exclusive to habitat, putting a spotlight on premium ingredients and flours.
Campfire (IG: @campfire_sg)[caption id="attachment_37861" align="aligncenter" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
Reflective of the great outdoors – Campfire is perfect for warm meals shared with friends and family. You can buy the meats fresh from the butchery and drop them off at the Campfire and have the chefs prepare it right after.
Featuring both grass-fed and grain-fed beef as well as quality cuts from Tajima Wagyu and Black Angus cows, Campfire’s mains are complemented by sides which are stars in their own right.
Set lunches are at a steal for as low as $12.90 – perfect for the corporate crowd.
Poofy (IG: @poofy_sg)[caption id="attachment_37864" align="aligncenter" width="2132"] Image Credit: Honestbee[/caption]
At Poofy, pancakes are the star. Japanese soufflé pancakes to be specific.
If you’ve patiently queued at Japanese pancake specialist Riz Labo Kitchen’s pop-up shop at Wisma Atria’s Japan Food Town for its soufflé pancakes, you’ll be pleased to know that they’ve partnered with honestbee to open a permanent shop at habitat.
Enjoy a comforting after-meal treat of a good ol’ soufflé pancakes, just the way the Japanese do it – fluffy, light and perfect.
World’s First Cashless, Automated Checkout Experience
Powered by honestbee’s leading edge technology, habitat by honestbee offers two firsts in the world: a cashless checkout experience (AutoCheckout) and fully automated, robotic collection point (RoboCollect) for a seamless and fuss-free grocery shopping experience.
If those two terms are completely foreign to you, trust us, it’s pretty cool.
Here’s how it works:
Use the Bee Pass on the honestbee app to enter the space and make cashless transactions throughout the store with beePay – honestbee’s very own digital wallet.[caption id="attachment_37866" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
For purchases of 10 items or less, shoppers can use the “Scan & Go” function on the honestbee app, so you can skip the checkout line and get your items on the spot. No more joining long queues just to pay for a bottle of water![caption id="attachment_37867" align="aligncenter" width="2116"] Image Credit: Honestbee[/caption]
For more items, drop off your trolleys at the world’s first convenient AutoCheckout and habitat will take care of the scanning and packing. After paying with beePay, you’ll receive a text notifying that your bags are read for collection at the RoboCollect Stations.[caption id="attachment_37869" align="aligncenter" width="6000"] AutoCheckout | Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_37868" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] RoboCollect | Image Credit: Honestbee[/caption]
While you’re waiting for your orders to checkout and be ready for collection (orders can be processed in “as fast as 5 minutes”), head around habitat to grab a cup of coffee or enjoy a meal at one of their many F&B dining concepts.
At habitat, you can see, feel, hear, smell and of course, taste food items and ingredients at their freshest. Although it is slightly out of the way, we do love the fact that this multi-sensory grocery and dining experience is truly one of a kind.
habitat by honestbee
Address: 34 Boon Leat Terrace, Singapore 119866
Launch Date: 18 October 2018
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(Header Image Source: Discover SG)
Jalan Jalan Down Memory Lane: This Nostalgic Festival Has Retro Game Booths And Over 130 Food Stalls
We’ve grown Smarter, our food (and palate) has grown fancier, and we’ve had international acts grace our shores and give us some amazing performances. But every now and then, it’s good to take a moment to remember the past, to reminisce simpler times, and to delight in the simple things that make us who we are.
“Let’s Go Jalan Jalan!” is a food and music festival that brings all the most iconic things about Singapore – both new and old – to one place.
Best part? Entry to this festival is free![caption id="attachment_37662" align="aligncenter" width="1630"] Image Credit: @_hsnhysp[/caption]
Made In Singapore
Be prepared for 3 days of good food, good music and extra good vibes at “Let’s Go Jalan Jalan”.
Happening from 16 – 18 Nov, this three-day event will take place at Singapore Turf Club @ Kranji and will feature over 130 food & merchandise stalls with an array of entertainment brought to you by our local musicians & talents![caption id="attachment_37671" align="aligncenter" width="1216"] Image Credit: @littletinysun[/caption]
If it’s anything like previous year’s event, there’ll be plenty of games and activities for the entire family. You can hang out at their retro games booths, come up close to interact with horses, a variety of kid-friendly activities and even have a go at the go-kart race track![caption id="attachment_37668" align="aligncenter" width="1222"] Image Credit: @behindthescenes_photography[/caption]
Expect popular local cuisines such as grilled Otah, Satay and even durian pancakes. You can also look forward to sweet treats such as churros and rolled ice cream. More booths will be revealed soon!
The soundtrack to this festival will be provided by buskers and up-and-coming singers. Last year’s event featured the talented and unique voice behind Falling Feathers, JJ, who performed quite a few his original songs.[caption id="attachment_37667" align="aligncenter" width="1834"] Image Credit: @behindthescenes_photography[/caption]
Getting to this event is incredibly convenient. The Singapore Turf Club is a walkable distance away from Kranji MRT. If you’re driving, there’s a parking space right next to the event space as well.
Let’s Go Jalan Jalan! operates on a cashless payment system, whereby the public could purchase festival coupons at $20/booklet. Coupons are available for purchase at Apactix.com.[caption id="attachment_37661" align="aligncenter" width="1220"] Image Credit: @char_lee86[/caption]
The event is family-friendly, so bring your ah ma and ah gong to this festival come November! You’re sure to have a good ol’ time at this chill, hyper-local extravaganza!
Let’s Go Jalan Jalan! 2018
Address: Singapore Turf Club, Carpark B, 1 Turf Club Ave, S738078
Date: 16 – 18 November 2018
Time: 16 Nov: 5pm – 11pm, 17-18 Nov: 11am – 11pm
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JB’s Largest Mall Capital 21 To Open Oct 17 – It Will Even Have An Indoor Theme Park!
All the hype built around Capital 21‘s opening is about to pay off!
Situated just 20 minutes from Woodlands Checkpoint, Capital 21 is supposedly Johor Bahru’s (JB) biggest mall. So if you’re wondering how to make the most out of the high SGD – MYR rate, you know where to go this October.[caption id="attachment_37624" align="aligncenter" width="1657"] Image Credit: Capital 21[/caption]
Largest Mall With Indoor Theme Park
The official word is that the mall’s opening is slated for 17th October 2018 in Jalan Tampoi – just 20 minutes from Woodlands Checkpoint.
What sets them apart from the other malls in JB is that this complex houses an indoor theme park as well as thematic floors inspired by 5 different continents.
Here’s what you can expect at Capital 21.
Travel The World In One Shopping Mall
You don’t have to spend a bomb travelling the world when you can immerse yourself in 5 different continents all in one shopping mall.[caption id="attachment_37622" align="aligncenter" width="1170"] Image Credit: Capital 21[/caption]
From the elevation floor plan alone, you can see that it’s far from your typical shopping mall. Featuring America (Upper Ground), Europe (First Floor), Australia (Second Floor), Asia (Third Floor) and Middle East (Fourth Floor), each level is designed to look like its respective continent.[caption id="attachment_37623" align="aligncenter" width="1999"] Image Credit: Capital 21[/caption]
From bright Japanese lanterns to the Leaning Tower Of Pisa, here’s your chance to travel the world in one day!
Indoor Theme Park
Besides the exciting retail areas, the main highlight of this mall is probably their indoor theme park!
Occupying the third and fourth level of the mall will be MCM Studio, an indoor theme park that is divided into 3 main sections – Movie Planet, Cartoon Planet and Music Planet.[caption id="attachment_37625" align="aligncenter" width="2048"] Image Credit: MCM Studio Facebook[/caption]
In Movie Planet, you can expect thrilling rides such as Transformers, Dinosaur World and even haunted houses. For families with young children, Cartoon Planet will showcase “kiddy attractions” such as Tom and Jerry as well as other animated characters.
For those who aren’t up for rides, Music Planet, will also showcase a circus as well as musical and theatrical performances by “internationally renowned names” such as the Great British Circus.[caption id="attachment_37626" align="aligncenter" width="1944"] Image Credit: MCM Studio Facebook[/caption]
Planning a day trip to JB soon? Grab your loved ones and have a spectacular weekend at Capital 21!
Mark your calendars for 17 October so you won’t miss out on all the fun!
Address: 83 Jalan Tampoi Bandar Baru Uda, Jalan Tampoi, Bandar Baru Uda, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Opening Date: 17th October 2018
Opening Hours: Daily | 10AM – 11PM
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Picking Things Up At Army Market? Here Are 5 Underrated Food You Need To Try At Golden Mile Food Centre
When you think of what to eat in the Beach Road area, the Thai food haven that is Golden Mile Complex is usually the first place that comes to people’s minds.
The similarly-named Golden Mile Food Centre across the road, however, is a lesser-known-but-equally-satisfying hawker centre that has its fair share of good food as well.
So if you’re in the area but aren’t in the mood for Pad Thai, here are five dishes at Golden Mile Food Centre that are definitely worth your consideration.
Chung Cheng Chilli Mee[caption id="attachment_37583" align="alignnone" width="5108"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
We’ll say it right now: Chung Cheng Chilli Mee is unlike anything you’ve ever tried before.
You’d think that covering a bowl of noodles in what seems like a comical amount of chilli would result in an overwhelmingly spicy dish, but it actually has a surprisingly amount of flavour to it.[caption id="attachment_37589" align="alignnone" width="5222"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
This is actually thanks to the titular chilli itself — it somehow manages to provide a strong, sambal-esque taste without being overly spicy, and adds an extra kick of savoury goodness to its ingredients (fish cake, egg and tau pok, to name a few) to create a truly unique dish.
$3 will get you a decent serving with prawns, and if you’re feeling hungry you can add another dollar for pork ribs (add $2 for additional servings of both). With a seemingly endless queue at any given time of day, however, be prepared to wait for this one.
Chung Cheng Chilli Mee
Opening Hours: 9:30am to 6:30pm (Closed On Tuesdays)
Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles[caption id="attachment_37584" align="alignnone" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
With the fragrant smell of beef filling the air, chances are that you’ll smell Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles before finding the stall itself.
And while it might look like any other bowl of beef noodles, the taste of these is anything but — the sauce isn’t as heavy but still retains its savoury goodness, and the noodles have a slightly milky taste that adds another dimension to the flavour as well.[caption id="attachment_37591" align="alignnone" width="4491"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
Of course, you’re probably eating beef noodles for…well, the beef, and fortunately that’s the best part of this dish. The meat slices are extremely tender, and the meat balls were bursting with so much flavour that we wish there was a buffet for them.
Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 7:30pm (Closed on Wednesdays)
Burgs By Project Warung[caption id="attachment_37587" align="alignnone" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
Burgers found in hawker centres are more often that not a little…meh (we’re looking at you, generic western food stalls), but the ones served at Burgs By Project Warung are an exception to that rule.
Even though it was left out in the open for awhile (these photos don’t take themselves, y’know), the Burgs’ Bacon & Cheese Burger ($7) that we got was still incredibly juicy, and had that distinctive beef taste that you’d expect from a pricier restaurant or cafe.[caption id="attachment_37588" align="alignnone" width="5296"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
Throw a slice of smoked turkey bacon and American cheese on top of that, and you have yourself an extremely flavourful burger that punches way above its weight.
Other burger options include Truffle Mushroom ($8) and Nacho Fish & Chips ($5.90), but don’t sleep on their wide selection of fries either — ranging from the standard Truffle ($4.50) to the more experimental Okonomi (Okonomiyaki sauce, Japanese mayonnaise and Bonito flakes, $4), you’re bound to find something to like here.
Burgs By Project Warung
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 8:30pm
Nasi Lemak And Chicken Rice Hipster by Adimann[caption id="attachment_37585" align="alignnone" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
Nasi lemak is such a ubiquitous dish that you really have to switch things up to get noticed, and that’s exactly what the folks at Adimann have done.
For starters, the key ingredients of rice and chilli have a rather different flavour, giving off a slightly sweet taste instead of the savoury that we’ve come to expect from nasi lemak. The use of hard-boiled quail eggs instead of fried ones — topped in thousand island dressing, no less — further sets it apart from the rest.
And then there’s the chicken — using cutlets instead of wings and draping them in a generous amount of salted egg sauce, the dish starts to feel more western than Malay, which might be a good or bad thing depending on your tastes.
One thing to take note of, however, is the price — $8.50 is admittedly a little steep for hawker centre food, but in its defence the serving is big enough that you can consider sharing it with a friend.
Nasi Lemak And Chicken Rice Hipster by Adimann
Opening Hours: 10am – 9:30pm
Zhao An Granny Grass Jelly[caption id="attachment_37590" align="alignnone" width="4517"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
As its name might suggest, Zhao An Granny Grass Jelly has only one thing on their menu (no prizes for guessing what that is).
The good news, however, is that they do that one thing really, really well — available in both drink and desert versions, their grass jelly has an almost tau huay-like consistency to it, and might be the smoothest we’ve ever had.
Unlike the ones that you’d find in a food court, the jelly is light with the slightest hint of bitterness, which is probably how the desert should taste like to begin with. Sugar syrup, however, is still available for those looking for a more “mainstream” taste.
And as if that wasn’t enough to convince you, it’s extremely affordable as well — a standard bowl goes for a mere $1.50 (slightly more if you want to add extras like Longan or Nata De Coco), and is the perfect way to cleanse your palate after a heavy meal.
Zhao An Granny Grass Jelly
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 7:30pm
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Bubble Tea Buns Are A Thing Now – BreadTalk Launches Earl Grey Buns And Swiss Rolls With Pearls
Looks like bubble tea craze isn’t dying any time in Singapore.
BreadTalk just stepped up their game with their latest bubble tea buns and toasts which starts from $1.90.
Taking Bubble Tea To New Heights
If your go to order at your favourite bubble tea shop is Earl Grey Milk Tea, then you’ll love their new buns.
Celebrated in an unexpected form, the Earl Grey Bubble Tea Bun ($1.90) features an Earl Grey tea infused dough filled with Earl Grey tea infused cream and paired with pearls, making each bite an aromatic and chewy treat.[caption id="attachment_37449" align="aligncenter" width="5327"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_37448" align="aligncenter" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
We were pleasantly surprised by how soft the pearls were as compared to the chewy texture we’re all used to.
If that isn’t good enough for you, they also come in toast ($2.90) and roll ($8.50) forms!
The Early Grey Bubble Tea Roll ($8.50) features an airy, light and fluffy Swiss roll wrapped around an Earl Grey Tea infused cream filling with chewy pearls. This roll makes for the perfect afternoon snack or post dinner treat.[caption id="attachment_37453" align="aligncenter" width="5588"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
However, bubble tea-based food aren’t the only Taiwanese items that BreadTalk’s introducing.
Inspired by the delicious mash-up of street snacks and familiar local delicacies, BreadTalk has also created a range of baked treats that will take you on a journey through Taiwan food markets.
Relive the nights of walking through Raohe Night Market with their range of Taiwanese street food buns. The Pepper Bun ($1.90) is filled spiced minced pork and flavourful spring onion, seasoned with a good dose of white pepper and topped with white sesame.[caption id="attachment_37451" align="aligncenter" width="6000"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
Just like the ones they make in Taiwan, the buns are crisp on the outside and juicy on the inside.
For those craving a sweet treat, the Sweet Potato Red Bean ($2.00) is a delightful bun filled with red beans from Wandan in Taiwan, known for its rich flavours, sweet potato, boluo crumble and sprinkled with Matcha Powder.[caption id="attachment_37447" align="aligncenter" width="5390"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_37452" align="aligncenter" width="5275"] Image Credit: Discover SG[/caption]
You can find these items at all BreadTalk outlets, except for:
Earl Grey Bubble Tea Toast and Chocolate Malt Bubble Tea Toast: only available at the IHQ, Chinatown Point, CityLink Mall, ION Orchard, Novena Square and Toa Payoh HDB Hub outlets.
Earl Grey Bubble Tea Roll: available at all outlets except Singapore Cruise Centre and United Square.
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NP & NYP’s Iconic Sandwich Shop Is No Longer On Campus, But You Can Find It At ION Orchard Instead
If you’re a former or current student at NP or NYP, then you’ll be familiar with Splash n Decker or “that sandwich shop”.
It’s been 2 years since I graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic, and till today I still remember the sandwiches from Splash n Decker. Their simple yet delicious sandwiches got us through morning lectures or for a quick go-to when the school canteens got too crowded.
Sadly, both branches have since closed down – the NYP joint closed years ago, while the loss of NP’s branch was more recent on June 1.
That Xtra Sandwich
Die hard fans of Splash n Decker will be pleased to know that the brand has moved on to bigger things such as opening up shop at ION Orchard’s Basement. Which is a major upgrade from NP and NYP combined.[caption id="attachment_37210" align="aligncenter" width="1080"] Image Credit: Stella Thng Facebook[/caption]
Owned by the Four Leaves brand, Splash n Decker now goes by the name Sandwich Lab. The ION Orchard store now sports a new sleek and clean exterior – which is a stark contrast from their previous old school bakery vibe.[caption id="attachment_37211" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Image Credit: @npsu[/caption]
If you ask any NYP/NP kid, they’ll highly recommend the Teriyaki Chicken Sandwich ($4.80) which comes with a slab of tender teriyaki chicken sandwiched between two buttery toasted bread.
There are at least 10 types of sandwiches you can choose from ranging between $4 – $4.80. They’re not as cheap as it was back during our poly days (it was only $2.90 then) but hey, if it means I get to enjoy the same old sandwiches, they can take all my money.[caption id="attachment_37212" align="aligncenter" width="1012"] Image Credit: @sabestian.v40[/caption]
There are also new additions to the menu such as the Spicy Tuna Croissant ($4) and the Tom Yam Seafood Sandwich ($4.50).
If you miss your poly days, grab your friends and head on down to Sandwich Lab for your sandwich fix!
Address: 2 Orchard Turn, #B4-40/41/42, ION Orchard, Singapore 23801
Opening Hours: 10am to 9pm, daily
Contact No.: 6509 9500
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Last Chance To Catch The Food Trucks At Market On Wheels – Ends 9 Sept At AMK Hub
Remember when Market On Wheels took over Bugis Junction back in June?
If you missed the first edition of the container pop-up market, no worries, here’s your last chance to catch the food trucks at Market On Wheels.
From now till 9 September, head down to AMK Hub for IG-worthy food and shopping! Here’s what you can expect.
A Sugar Rush by Cereal Citizen
You might’ve seen them at previous events like Artbox. Cereal Citizen was founded by local blogger and influencer, Bong Qiu Qiu. They’re known for their signature Crododo, which is a quirky little creation of a cross between a croissant and a donut.
Basically, a donut with the texture of a croissant.[caption id="attachment_37058" align="aligncenter" width="1680"] Image Credit: @cerealcitizen[/caption]
If you love everything unicorn, then you’ll love their Unicorn Milkshake and Unicorn Crododo ($8) which is topped with an adorable unicorn meringue.[caption id="attachment_37063" align="aligncenter" width="1004"] Image Credit: @oyhz[/caption]
Grilled Meats From The Swag Social
Brought to you by the people from The Swag Social who were also at the previous Market On Wheels, they offer grilled Yakiniku Ribeye Beef Cubes ($10), Grilled Salmon Mentai ($9), Donburi, fries & refreshing mojitos![caption id="attachment_37061" align="aligncenter" width="1278"] Image Credit: @oyhz[/caption]
Local Delights by Abracowdabra
Serving up a combination of Singapore and Thai flavours, you can expect unique dishes such as Crab Phad Thai ($10), Satay Beef Phad Thai ($9) and Satay Chicken Phad Thai ($7).
For the satay lovers, the fragrant nutty satay sauce along with the aromatic tinge of spice from the sambal chilli makes for a sweet & spicy combination that would suit those with a lower threshold for spice![caption id="attachment_37062" align="aligncenter" width="1216"] Image Credit: @mysweetlittletooth[/caption]
Each bowl of phad thai comes with a runny egg yolk and a medley of spices such as spring onions, chilli flakes and fried shallots.
Deep Fried Treats by Ha-Mess
If you’ve never had fried oreos or fried toblerone, it’s about time that you do!
Each set goes for $4 each![caption id="attachment_37064" align="aligncenter" width="948"] Image Credit: @oyhz[/caption]
Expect to find an aesthetically-pleasing range of food available from other vendors such as Hasan Istanbul for your kebab fix as well as Charms Cafe for their Over the Rainbow Gelato Ice Cream ($7) which comes with Mango, Yuzu, Raspberry topped with Green Apple Nata, Aloe Vera, Mango Jelly.
And if it’s anything like Bugis’ Market on Wheels, there’ll also be designated photo spots for you to snap pictures for the gram!
Market On Wheels (AMK Hub)
Address: AMK HUB, 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, Singapore 569933
Date: August 3 – September 9
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11am-9pm, Sat – Sun:11am-10pm
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Food And Football Is A Clear Winning Combo – Here’s What Goes Down Before A Soccer Match Party
Soccer season is finally upon us, and what better way to catch the game than with friends at a Soccer Match Party?
My family used to spend the entire afternoon cooking our signature “Game Wings” and stir-fried Bee Hoon so that my friends would all have something to eat while watching the game.[caption id="attachment_35364" align="aligncenter" width="1280"] Image Credit: Deliveroo Singapore[/caption]
Now, thanks to the prominence and popularity of food delivery services, my family doesn’t have to spend an entire afternoon preparing food anymore.
Of course, good things have to be shared, so here’s how we do it.
1. Order in and Have Your Food Delivered to You
Personally, my family loves using Deliveroo.[caption id="attachment_35360" align="aligncenter" width="1080"] Image Credit: Deliveroo Singapore[/caption]
They’re fast, efficient, and the best part is that they always have a promotion going on so you’re not spending any more than you should.
2. Pick a Cuisine and Restaurant
Okay, this is a first-world problem. We usually take quite a while to decide on which restaurant to order from because everyone wants different things.
It’s not our fault that Deliveroo has an extensive list of food vendors to choose from.
From 14 June to 15 July 2018, Deliveroo is offering promotions with tons of merchants and vendors because it’s Soccer season!
That’s not all, they will be extending their operation hours to 2am for certain areas and restaurants, which means Deliveroo riders will be available until 2am, though options will vary depending on the restaurants.
From $12 promotions to 1-for-1 deals, there’s plenty to choose from.
Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice is offering a $12 deal on their set meal for 2 pax which comes with 2 Steamed Chicken Rice, Oyster Sauce Vegetable, and mineral water.[caption id="attachment_35363" align="aligncenter" width="645"] Image Credit: Deliveroo Singapore[/caption]
Mex Out is also offering a 1-for-1 deal on their large burritos and you can choose from Chicken, Pork or Vegetable fillings! It’s easy to eat, so you can focus on the game.[caption id="attachment_35361" align="aligncenter" width="1080"] Image Credit: Deliveroo Singapore[/caption]
Collin’s Grille comes through with a $12 platter that comes with chicken karaage, assorted sausages, French fries, sweet potato fries, BBQ sauce and mayonnaise for dipping.[caption id="attachment_35362" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Image Credit: Deliveroo Singapore[/caption]
My favourite taco place, Vatos Urban Tacos, is having a Vatos Party Pack which allows you to make and customise your own tacos and burritos at home! If you’re a big eater, don’t worry, it comfortably feeds 5 to 7 people.[caption id="attachment_35356" align="aligncenter" width="5146"] Image Credit: Deliveroo Singapore[/caption]
There are many more promotions that you can find on Deliveroo’s website. Simply search for ‘Football Meal Deals’ for the list of promotions!
3. Don’t Forget the Booze
No soccer match party is complete without BEER.
While we’re not promoting excessive alcohol consumption, Deliveroo is also having the Deliveroo Beer Accumulator promotion, where they give out the same number of Brussels Beer Project beers as the number of goals scored from the group matches up to the semi-finals.[caption id="attachment_35358" align="aligncenter" width="683"] Image Credit: Deliveroo Singapore[/caption]
All you have to do is order from Deliveroo Editions Katong on finals day before 10pm and select the $0 free beer option from the menu.
Don’t worry, Deliveroo will announce the final number of beers given away on Facebook, before the final match.
4. Don’t Miss Out on Any Promotions
Beers aren’t the only thing that Deliveroo is giving away for free this Soccer season.
Stand a chance to win Deliveroo credits with every goal in the $2 Goal Giveaway![caption id="attachment_35357" align="aligncenter" width="255"] Image Credit: Deliveroo Singapore[/caption]
For orders made between 6pm to 10pm on the day of selected matches, Deliveroo will give away $2 credit with every goal. However, penalties don’t count. Check out the terms and conditions here.
To see which matches will score you Deliveroo credits, follow Deliveroo on Instagram and Facebook.
That’s not all, Citi Cash Back Cardholders will be glad to know that there is 20% cashback on all Deliveroo orders from 14 June to 13 August 2018.
The best part is that this 20% cashback is valid on top of promotions and discounts. For more information on this promotion, do check out the Citi Cashback terms and conditions here.
5. Dine, Score and Win with Deliveroo!
While you boys were making a din in the living room, your Deliveroo rider is probably outside waiting for you to open the door.
Food’s here! So dig in and have the best soccer match party this June and July with Deliveroo!
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