[Sponsored] After a day of sussing out the best deals along Orchard Road this Great Singapore Sale, there’s no better way to refuel and recharge than by tucking into a delicious meal. From hearty international buffets to comforting brunches, here’s where to load up before your next shopping expedition.
Arteastiq Boutique Tea House
Take a breather at this quaint tea room tucked away in the fourth floor of Mandarin Gallery. It specializes in a wide variety of teas with flavors stretching from fruit, floral and tea lattes to alcoholic variations like Mar-tea-nis, and diners can also order a full spread of European-inspired brunch and dinner dishes. If you’re up for some art therapy, try your hand at a free-style painting session in the adjoining art jam studio. Book now!
This popular buffet restaurant at Royal Plaza on Scotts is dishing out signature European dishes like braised veal cheeks, paella mixta, saffron risotto with spicy Balinese scallops and stuffed Turkish meatballs as part of their special Around the World dinner menu from Jun 6-Jul 5, 6:30-9:30pm. Besides exotic plates from Europe, diners can also look forward to Asian cuisine such as Cantonese slow-braised spiced duck with eight treasures glutinous rice and Thai roasted duck cooked in red curry. Prices start from $52 ++ for children to $86 ++ for adults. Book now!
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver launches a new a la carte menu at both his Forum The Shopping Mall and VivoCity branches. Needless to say, it’s a redux of his hearty Italian dishes, with mouthwatering plates like chicken Milanese—crumbed chicken breast with prosciutto and Fontal cheese stuffing, and the rich Venetian fish stew, with shellfish and fregola in tomato and Fiano sauce. Don’t miss out on the restaurant’s signature baked-to-order pizzas with varieties such as courgette pollo, funghi misti and Fiorentina. Purchase Jamie’s Italian vouchers and enjoy at least 10% off! Book now!
You are pretty much guaranteed a raucous night out at irreverent and cheeky American-style diner and bar, OverEasy. Its second outlet at Liat Towers, a sexy homage to the ’60s, serves its famous burgers, spicy wings, milkshakes and alcoholic slushies, with highlights like beer can chicken. Gather your friends and work off those calories with a game of beer pong. Book now!
Satiate your appetite with a steaming bowl of herbal soup at this homegrown chain. Taking inspiration from the diets of Samsui women and the heritage of ’30s Chinatown, Soup Restaurant at Paragon is known for traditional signatures like Samsui ginger chicken and double-boiled herbal soups. Also popular are dishes like fried tofu topped with dried shrimp and parsley, Teochew olive rice and fried fish belly. Book now!
If you can’t get enough of all-day breakfast, then make popular brunch spot Wild Honey at Scotts Square your regular dining destination. The restaurant whips up gut-busting plates inspired by countries and cities like Norway, France, New York and Turkey such as the Boulevard St Michel; French toast with double-baked cheese and spinach souffle, I Love New York; scrambled eggs with caramelized onions, smoked salmon and sesame bagels and Ottoman; shakshouka with baked eggs and goat’s curd. Purchase Wild Honey vouchers and enjoy at least 10% off. Book now!
There’s more to the Great Singapore Sale than just shopping—pre-purchase Chope Vouchers and enjoy discounts at top restaurants when you dine out!
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