Hi everybadi, as we hit the 4th week, the pool of winners has gotten bigger and naturally, we’ve gotten more vouchers from more places. So let’s get down to it.
Like last week’s, we’ve still got XYT with us. There are some new and exciting additions as well.
Five Oars at Tanjong Pagar is a cozy space for a weekday brunch. I like the interiors, where tall windows replace the original shop front, letting in natural sunlight . AC is worked to death, but the place stays balmy because it’s somewhat of an open space with an enclave out front. I say “weekday brunch” because on weekends, they’ve packed, completely full house.
Ramen Nagi‘s bowl of ramen is made with ingredients air flown in from the motherland. Chef Ikuta’s restaurant is known as first in the world for serving a different bowl of ramen everyday for all 365 days in a year. The menu at Ramen Nagi is pared down, so you don’t got to suffer from the Paradox of Choice. We heard they’re all pretty fantastic – maybe try it and let us know?
I mean, Gallery and Co. a bookshop, a food place all in one? Man that’s like my fave bar in Waterstones, Picadilly or that frivolous cafe up at Tate Modern with a view of Bankside and the Catholic Church, which of course brings back memories of me sipping expensive coffee as a carefree student without financial commitments. Gallery and Co may be the closest alternative to days bygone. Anyway, they sell hot food, including pasta, pork ribs as well as desserts.
Personally, charming Chye Seng Huat isn’t my cup of tea, only because of its location and the fact that it’s so trendy that you can barely get a seat. However, give me a $50 voucher and I will be raring to go. Their food comes in generous portions, most love the coffees, I just think it reminds me of the rad cafe scene in Sydney.
Mozoroff, sounds German, doesn’t it. But really, it’s one of those neat little Japanese spots. Get your sweet tooth on because at Mozoroff, you’d be indulging in waffles, puddings, the famed Hokkaido cheesecake as well as exquisite little confectionary cookies and chocolates. What can I say? The Japanese know their shtick.
@TomatoJen at Ramen nagi
@Kaylacy at Thevar, with crispy pork and galic aioli
@coleeatz at Matchaya
@foodiemelia at Columbus Coffee
@foodieboi_sg at Cafe Mozoroff
@lokingforfood at Knots Cafe and Living
@syaturdaynomz at Hard Rock Cafe
P.S: winners will not necessarily be getting the vouchers from places they posted of! That’s what makes it so fun, isn’t it?;)
P.P.S you can be the next one on here!
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