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The queues at some restaurants, eateries and hawker centres have cemented the undeniable fact that Singaporeans will brave a pandemic for good food. Despite the support shown to popular eateries, local F&B businesses still need all the support it can get to keep them running.
At the same time, we also understand that people are tightening their purse strings in this uncertain climate. But hey, here’s a win-win solution. If eating out in restaurants is part of your plan, why not check out deals from websites such as Klook, which provides discounted coupons for dine-ins? That, coupled with cashback from certain credit cards, could rack up a fair bit of savings even as we dine out.
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Accordingly to Kanshoku’s website, each bowl of ramen takes 12-hour process to perfect, from simmering the broth, producing fresh Hakata noodle to marinating the fresh Holland pork and eggs. The result is a hearty bowl of ramen that you can enjoy right down to the very last slurp.
Can’t travel? That’s okay! This restaurant will transport you to Vietnam with its ambience and smokily delicious Vietnamese BBQ. Just remember to wear something comfortable as the seats and/ tables are low-lying, just like how it is in Vietnam.
Singapore born and bred, No Signboard Seafood, for its lack of traditional naming convention, needs no introduction. Established since 1981, the restaurant’s claim-to-fame is the white pepper crab. For $160, you can get $200 worth of dining credits. Pretty worth it, we say!
Featuring authentic North Indian cuisine, the restaurant has gotten plenty of reviews touting it as the best Indian restaurant you can find in Singapore. Now, you can travel to India without stepping out of the country and indulge in all the spices and colours Royal Taj can offer.
A sure way to contribute to local tourism, you and your date will get to enjoy the incredible views on the flyer, plus a decent enough four-course dinner. And at such a great deal, there’s really no excuse not to book a date night for your other half.
If you truly miss being on the plane, Sushi Airways will bring you on a flight to Japan, while you stay firmly in Singapore. It’s a fun concept of a restaurant where you can pretend that you’re on a plane, and get quality Japanese food served to you.
One of the OG Korean BBQ in Singapore, Ssikkek might be hard to pronounce but it doesn’t stop the crowds from forming in the past. It’s a little quieter now but the affordable price range for the quality of food it serves is well worth another visit.
Nobody hates unagi, right? The unami and tastefully prepared eel served on a perfectly soft bed of rice is the perfect way to end a long day of work.
Greek food and the Greek dining experience is reminiscent of how a Chinese reunion dinner looks like. Cooked with soul, Greek cuisine revolves largely around sharing platter, good conversation and good company. This particular restaurant is the perfect riverside destination.
The restaurant boasts the reputation for featuring Singapore’s first in-restaurant cheese lab, producing cheese such as Burrata, Mozzarella & Stracciatella. If cheese is your life, this is an unmissable Italian restaurant to visit.
Taking a look back at the list, we’re pretty lucky to live in a country where we have access to food from all around the world. Let’s count our blessings and head out to contribute to Singapore’s economy responsibly!