DBS x Chope Dine-in Deals!
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Got a DBS/POSB Card? Use Paylah? Great news! Chope is partnering with DBS for 1-for-1s and 50% deals just for you.
Best of all, they are spread out along a whole spectrum of eateries so you won’t get bored of eating the same old again and again.
You might not be able to travel now but don’t let that stop you from mouthwatering Eurasian fare like shepherd’s pie and to Belgian beef tartare to bak kwa burgers.
Here are the participating restaurants:
Yechun Xiao Jiang Nan Restaurant
Although Yechun Xiao Jiang Nan has been around since 1977, it is not as well-known as Crystal Jade Palace or Din Tai Fung. Although they seem to serve similar fare at first glance, especially when it comes to dim sum, Yechun also does Hua Tiao Drunken Chicken and Deep Fried Seabass with Pine Nuts in Sweet and Sour Sauce -- which you won’t find at the aforementioned outlets. You can also finish off your feast with deep fried red bean pancakes.
Yechun Xiao Jiang Nan Restaurant Address: 6 Raffles Blvd, #02-181 Dining Edition, Marina Square, Singapore 039594 Contact: 6333 4038
Rebel Company Café and Bar
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Do you like downing some waffles and some ice cream after polishing off some steak and fries? How about a crispy duck confit? Consider this café and bar tucked into the Serangoon Garden Estate, which opens at 8:30am although you don’t have to be there early because their breakfasts are served all day.
Rebel Company Café & Bar Address: 11 Kensington Park Road, Singapore (557263) Contact: 6280 8596
Genius Central Singapore
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Genius Central is located in Far East Square at Amoy Street and is a hit with the vegan community, as it offers vegan options for burgers, pizzas and even cakes. According to vegan dining review website, Happy Cow, the portions are huge so come prepared with an empty belly and lots of friends.
Genius Central Address: #01-01 7-13 Amoy Street Far east square, 049949 Contact: 8940 1200
Los Amigos Bar & Taqueria
Los Amigos serves draft beer and of course, everything Mexican from quesadillas to chimichangas. They are currently rated #29 out of the 70 Mexican eateries at Tripadvisor and multiple patrons have written to express their fondness for the bar’s ambience. Vegetarians will want to try their veggie quesadilla, which is filled with mushrooms, mozzarella and sour cream.
Los Amigos Bar & Taqueria Address: 85 Circular Rd, #01-01, Singapore 049437 Contact: 8298 8583
The Grumpy Bear
The Grumpy Bear has 4 outlets on the island and they all serve typical Western fare with a few new twists. For example, they serve Oven Baked Chicken Rendang with their in-house Rendang sauce over a hard boiled egg and rice. Also check out their Madness Fries, which comes with beef on top for extra flavour. People on keto diets can try their avocado and egg salad which comes with mayonnaise.
The Grumpy Bear
Address/Contact: Multiple locations, please click here for more information.
The Bee Cheng Hiang Grillery
The Bee Cheng Hiang Grillery emerged out of more than 3 years of hard work, from concept development, wine selection and menu creation. And now you finally know which red wines to pair with your bak kwa! After all, chefs from Bee Cheng Hiang have already done the hard work of personally trying various wines from chateaus all over France. Try the Mozzarella Katsu, which is battered pork filled with bak kwa and cheese. Or just have a simple slice of toast topped with pork floss.
Address: 1359 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 328241 Contact: 6291 5753
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An Izakaya is a cosy place to grab some brews and some snacks after work, like an Irish pub or a tapas place. Located in Fortune Centre at Middle Road, Izakaya Hikari is located near the NAFA campus and the Stamford Arts Centre. Drinks at Izakaya Hikari range from whiskeys to highballs to regular old Sapporo beer. Though they serve lots of small bites and grilled food, they also do donburis and udon for those finding themselves needing more. Izakaya Hikari
Address: 190 Middle Road, Fortune Centre, #03-01, Singapore 188979 Contact: 8921 3779
Quentin’s Bar & Restaurant
If you’re going to Sentosa Island, why not check out Quentin’s Bar & Restaurant for some Eurasian food? If you would like something spicy and tangy, try their Cambarang Curry Nanas, which is sweet curried prawns with lemongrass and caramelized pineapples. Or if you would like to indulge in some old classics, try their shepherd’s pie filled with wagyu beef and carrots! Quentin’s Bar & Restaurant Address: 2 Gunner lane, #01-08, blk 14 Mess Hall Sentosa, 099567 Contact: 8817 6742
GaZette’s Bar & Restaurant is a Belgian restaurant in Telok Ayer. It has won multiple accolades from their Belgian visitors on tripadvisor.sg vouching for the authenticity of the food! They serve classics like beef cheek cabonnade and cod stew. Patrons with sweet tooths can also try their Belgian chocolate mousse, which is served with blueberries and whipped cream.
GaZette Address: 165 Telok Ayer, Singapore 068617 Contact: 6970 5700
Xi Yan Shaw
Xi Yan Shaw, a Hakka restaurant, is the brainchild of Hong Kong celebrity TV chef. Unlike their outlet at Maxwell Chambers Suites, Xi Yan Shaw is more casual in style. If you’re dining with a group of friends, why not indulge in a crowd pleaser like the Chips And Lemon Grass Chicken Wings? For a true Hakka dish, try their Hakka Abacus with mushrooms, dried shrimps and minced pork. Xi Yan Shaw Address: 1 Scotts Rd, #03 - 12 / 13, Singapore 228208 Contact: 6733 3476
What foods are you currently craving for? Will you try something new today?