[One Day Only] 180 Restaurant Deals In Singapore. 50% OFF Vouchers, 1-For-1 Buffets & Set Meals, $1 Flash Deals

[One Day Only] 180 Restaurant Deals In Singapore. 50% OFF Vouchers, 1-For-1 Buffets & Set Meals, $1 Flash Deals
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Unleash your inner foodie with ChopeDeals Foodie Paradise Sale.

ChopeDeals is bringing over 180 deals around Singapore, with some crazy steals that are going for as low as $3.

Here’s what you need to do first: Mark 28 March 2019 (Thursday) on your calendar. The flash sale is for one-day only on 28 March 2019, and will start at 12 midnight.

The 180 dining deals available include:
– 65 1-for-1 deals (from restaurants and cafes such as Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore, Grub Burger + Noodle Bar, Udders, Oporto, Crab in Da Bag)
– Up to 50% off cash vouchers – Pay $25 for $50 cash vouchers; $50 for $100 cash vouchers for selected restaurants (Pince & Pints, Clinton Street Baking Company, Duckland, Gudetama Café, California Pizza Kitchen, Marche Movenpick)
– Up to 60% off set deals and signature items (Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant, Pizza Express, Hans Im Gluck Burgergrill, Tanuki Raw, Cosmo Restaurant & Wine Bar)

Also look out for Flash Deals happening at 10am, 12pm and 6pm, with deals that are as low as $1.

Enjoy ChopeDeals in 4 steps:
Step 1: Choose an offer from the list of curated restaurants available on ChopeDeals’ website and app (Check out the 10 below)
Step 2: Get the voucher on your email or retrieve it via the Chope app
Step 3: Dine – inform the staff that you will be using your voucher prior to ordering.
Step 4: Redeem – Present your voucher at the restaurant to offset the bill and enjoy your savings

Here are 9 restaurants in Singapore to indulge in your piece of Foodie Paradise:

Plentyfull
9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk, #01-79/80, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 10am – 10:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Plentyfull strives to serve honest, hearty and homemade food, using the freshest ingredients.

At Plentyfull, food are made from scratch whenever possible, preservative-free and sourced from farmers and artisans locally and internationally.

Head over during brunch (which lasts till 5pm) for applauded items such as Avocado Toast with Haloumi Cheese & Marinated Tomato ($22) – complete with thick and creamy mash; Plentyfull’s Granola Bowl ($15) with house granola, poached fruits, fresh fruits, buttermilk yoghurt topped with honey comb; and The Brunch Plate ($26) included with scrambled, house-smoked bacon, Kurobuta pork sausage, plum tomatoes, charred broccoli and sourdough bread.

In terms of their All-Day Dining food, the Evan’s Chicken Salad ($20) is said to be the favourite of the owner’s husband, thus the name “Evan”. Said to be inspired by his favourite Chinese foods from Los Angeles, this massive plate includes iceberg lettuce, crispy chicken strips (like “Bang Bang Chicken”), crispy glass noodles, and interesting topping of wonton skin chips, all tossed in a mustard soy vinaigrette.

A popular main is the Borrowdale Pork Chop ($33), cooked using Australian free-range pork rack with potato puree, red pepper confit, fennel salad and maple jus.

Signature Dish: Crème Brûlée French Toast ($15)
The decadent brunch item for any occasion. Plentyfull’s Crème Brûlée French Toast combines fluffy thick slices of Brioche bread with a slight-crusty outer layer after being torched, with sweet and creamy custard oozing out.

A beautiful plate with seasonal fruits and fresh cream. Do order it first as it requires at least 15 to 20 minutes’ preparation time.

On 28 March: 30% OFF All Day Vouchers
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! (Plentyfull)

Nanjing Impressions
68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura, #04-46, Singapore 238839
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 2:30pm, Dinner 5:00pm – 10:00 (Mon – Fri)
11:00am – 10:00pm (Sat – Sun)

Founded in 1994, Nanjing Impressions is lauded as one of the must-visit restaurants in China, with about 40 outlets in Nanjing, Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Wuhan, Wuxi, Hefei and Qingdao, often positively reviewed in China.

Once you enter the restaurant, you may understand why. The interior was over-the-top, designed like an olden tea house with hundreds of hanging lanterns, which may take you back to the olden China a hundred years ago.

If you are at loss on what to order, the Nanjing Impression recommendations include Jinling Signature Salted Duck ($16.80 for small), Jinling Roast Duck ($16.80 for small), Chilled Drunken Virgin Red Crayfish (small) ($19.80 for small), Poached “Lion’s Head” Meatball ($13.80), Honey-glazed Stuffed Lotus Root ($12.80) and Celestial Roast Duck Dumplings ($5.80 for 3 pieces) which look like a basket of Xiao Long Bao.

Signature Dish: Madam Chiang’s Nutritious Beauty Porridge ($6.80)
The dish, named after Madam Chiang Kai-shek (Soong Mei-Ling) is a healthy and nutritious porridge. Madam Chiang, known for both her beauty and longevity, often had this dish.

This particular porridge uses traditional ingredients known for their whitening and beneficial effects on the complexion, such as glutinous rice, soy milk, fresh Chinese yam, lily bulbs and rock sugar.

Therefore interestingly, you may feel it is like a dessert due to its slightly sweetish finish reminding you of soybean milk.

On 28 March: Up to 50% OFF All Day Vouchers
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! (Nanjing Impressions)

Lokkee
Plaza Singapura, #03-01 68 Orchard Road Singapore 238839
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:00am – 3:00pm Last Order 2:30pm, Dinner 5.30pm – 10.00pm Last Order 9.30pm

‘Lokkee (pronounced as ‘Lucky’) is probably one of the wackiest Modern Chinese restaurants in Singapore, located at Plaza Singapura.

The restaurant celebrates the style of cuisine commonly found in Chinatowns dotted across major cities such as Los Angeles, New York, London and Sydney.

Expect innovative dishes that have a cheeky tweak on favourite Chinese recipes, such as ‘Bakkwa’ Bacon Salad ($32), The Mermaid – a collagen rich dish with Fresh Fish Maw ($128), and Dragon Phoenix Pot ($30) of prawn and chicken in a double-boiled broth.

You may have seen photos of the instagrammable dish of Awesome Flaming Pineapple Beef ($34) with gravy braised beef served in the fruit set on FIRE making its way on social media.

Did I not mention the Fried Durian ($16) with coconut flakes and popping candy as well?

Signature Dish: Wagyu Truffle ‘Hor Fun’ ($60)
The familiar ‘zi char’ fare of beef horfun with a luxe twist – inclusion of premium A4 grade Wagyu Beef.

When I took bites, I wonder about the crunchy bits and thought that they resembled pork lard. They turned out to be rice noodle strips, deep-fried till crispy. So you can call this horfun prepared two-ways.

On 28 March: 30% OFF All Day Vouchers
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! (Lokkee)

Shin Yeh
177 River Valley Road Liang Court Shopping Centre, #02-19 Singapore 179030
Tel: +65 6338 7337
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 3:00pm, Dinner 6pm – 10pm (Mon – Sat)
Lunch 11am – 2:30pm, Dinner 6pm – 10pm (Sun)

Shin Yeh is probably one of Taiwan’s most known Chinese restaurant, serving a repertoire of familiar Taiwanese homestyle dishes.

The Singapore restaurant is a joint-venture between TungLok Group and Taiwan’s Shin Yeh Group, with a dedicated menu that serves once-forgotten traditional Taiwanese fare.

Expect the likes of Steamed Pork Patty topped with Egg Yolk ($12), Wok-seared Pig’s Liver with Coriander ($16), Pan-friend Turnip Cake ($14), Braised Sea Cucumber, Fish Maw, Mushroom, Prawn and Scallop served in Claypot ($55), Pan-fried Pomfret with Garlic ($48), and Deep-fried Prawn with Pineapple ($26).

Signature Dish: Steamed Crab with Glutinous Rice Cake ($38)
A dish of steamed fresh live crab with succulent flesh and creamy-orange roe, steamed on top of a bed of savoury sticky glutinous rice.

This is accompanied by ingredients of shiitake mushroom, shrimps, and sausages. Savour the taste of freshness of the crab, and when the sweet juices get absorbed into the rice.

On 28 March: 30% OFF All Day Vouchers
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! (Shin Yeh)

TungLok Teahouse
10 Sinaran Drive #01-73, Singapore 307506
Tel: +65 6893 1123
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:00am – 3:00pm Last Order 2:30pm,
Dinner 5:30pm – 10:00pm Last Order 9:30pm,
Hi-Tea 3:00pm – 5:00pm Last Order 4:30pm

Do you know that TungLok Teahouse at Novena Square 2 is the first Chinese Restaurant to launch an automated tray delivery system?

What you can order include handmade dim sum, such as the Teahouse Signature Rice Rolls ‘Cheong Fun’ ($7.80) and Baked BBQ Pork Buns ($5.80) made on the spot, steamed to order.

There is also a wide selection of Chinese dishes such as Braised House Special Beancurd with Conpoy Crisps, Fried Assorted Vegetables served in Yam Ring, and Sautéed Scallops with X.O. Sauce.

Signature Dish: TungLok Soya Chicken ($16 for half chicken, $30 for whole chicken)
A classic dish by the Cantonese, TungLok’s Soya Chicken is prepared with fragrant soya sauce along with other spices to give it the essence.

After braising for hours, savour the slippery smooth skin with tender meat beneath.

On 28 March: 30% OFF All Day Vouchers
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! (TungLok Teahouse)

Slappy Cakes
Plaza Singapura, #03-02, 68 Orchard Road Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 4566
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Fri), 9:30am – 10pm (Sat, Sun, PH)
Other branches at The Grandstand and Resorts World Sentosa

For the pancakes and brunch food lovers, Slappy Cakes has become one of the most popular breakfast spots in Singapore.

Part of the reason is due to its one-of-a-kind dining experience in a fun and interactive setting.

You can make your own pancakes for a hands-on experience and bonding session with family and friends.

Or if you are ‘lazy’, get a meal from the menu of all-day breakfast, pasta, steak, soups, and salads from offerings such as Seafood Aglio Olio ($16), DIY Okonomiyaki (Full Set $18), and Beef Goulash ($18).

Signature Dish: Slappy Benedict ($15)
The benedict(s) are the best seller here. Choose between the signature Slappy Benedict ($15) with wilted spinach, bacon, homemade sun-dried tomato purée and poached egg; or Smoked Salmon Benedict ($20) included with avocado, poached egg, smoked salmon, fresh roasted vine tomato and caper for a hearty meal.

On 28 March: 30% OFF All Day Vouchers
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! – Slappy Cakes (Plaza Singapura)
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Wheeler’s Yard
28 Lorong Ampas Singapore 328781
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Tues – Fri), 10:30am – 10pm (Sat, Sun), Closed Mon

Wheeler’s Yard is the ‘world’ where bicycles, coffee, food and all things vintage meet.

Located right along the Whampoa park connector, this is the ‘hidden’ cafe cum bicycle workshop, known for the entrance where almost every visitor would take that token #OOTD shot.

Housed within a massive industrial warehouse, soak up the atmosphere with a good mix of classic dishes and unique dishes such as the 60°C Chicken Breast ($17.90), Suki Beef Rice Bowl ($19.90), Chilli Crab Pasta ($18.90), Iced Espresso Ball ($9), and Rasa Singapura ($7) – an iced bandung drink with a twist.

The Chilli Crab Pasta which was introduced as a National Day special became a big hit with customers, and was subsequently added permanently into the menu. Using real crab meat and egg, the sauce was cooked with the right amount of sweetness and spiciness, served with a whole softshell crab.

Signature Dish: 60deg Chicken Breast ($17.90)
The chefs managed to create a soft and moist texture to the chicken breast, a part that is usually avoided by people due to its drier nature.

It may come as a surprise that this dish does not come with any fancy sauce, because the whole idea is to enjoy the natural flavours of the chicken.

The chicken meat is simply accompanied with a serving of smooth buttery mash potato that is made from scratch (emphasized NOT from powder), grilled corn and hazelnut.

On 28 March: 50% OFF All Day Vouchers
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! (Wheeler’s Yard)

Mad Nest
378/380 East Coast Road Singapore 428986
Opening Hours: 4pm – 1am (Mon – Fri), 12pm – 1am (Sat, Sun)

Mad Nest is a restobar which offers an eclectic and colourful array of cuisines, from Japanese, Thai-Chinese, Western to North Indian.

Each cuisine is helmed by individual head chefs with years of experience.

With such an interesting mix of backgrounds, look forward to tapas items from Gambas Al Ajiilo ($14), Mini Chicken Quesadillas ($8), Chicken & Mushroom with Black Truffles Vol Au Vent ($12), Beef Sliders ($13), to Truffle Fries with Parmesan ($13).

Signature Dish: Tortilla chips “Mad Nest” ($14)
Crispy tortilla chips topped with spicy minced beef with melted cheese, tomato salsa, avocado salsa, cheese sauce, mayonnaise and fresh herbs.

On 28 March: 1-for-1 Tapas @ $11 (U.P $26)
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! (Mad Nest)

Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong
55 Haji Lane, Singapore 189248
Opening Hours: 5pm – 11pm (Tues – Thurs), 5pm – 12am (Fri – Sun), Closed Mon

If you haven’t heard, Scaled By Ah Hua Kelong is a farm-to-table seafood dining concept in Haji Lane.

A bit of introduction: Ah Hua Kelong is a local fish farm that eschews shortcuts for traditional farming techniques. By that, they mean no hormone booster shots, and using only live feed to allow the fish to grow naturally.

Plus, the seafood is harvested in the morning, and delivered to the restaurant daily, ensuring diners the ultimate freshness.

You get to taste the diversity of local seafood, cooked with modern dishes such as Pearl Grouper ($28), Roasted Prawns ($16) and Smoked Seabass Pate ($14).

Another component of its menu to look forward to are the pasta dishes, with offerings such as Curry Mussels Pasta ($18) – fresh local green lip mussels cooked with home-made curry rempah.

Signature Dish: Seabass Pasta ($20)
A dish of brined then pan seared seabass, alongside tagliatelle pasta cooked with dashi then finished with nori puree, pickled radish and tobiko for some crunch.

The radish helps to balance some of the strong flavours coming from the home-made seaweed puree.

On 28 March: 1-for-1 Signature Pasta @ $20 (U.P $40)
Buy Vouchers via ChopeDeals HERE! (Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong)

On 28 March, there will also be an Exclusive Storewide Discount with DBS PayLah!

Diners just need to pay with PayLah! to enjoy an extra $10 off, with a minimum spend of $50 storewide. Do note that you’ll need to ensure there’s sufficient funds in your DBS PayLah! wallet by topping up your funds manually or enabling the Auto Debit function.

Purchases can be made on the Chope app and website, and upon keying in the discount code , $10 will be deducted from the total amount.

Take note, it is limited to the first 1500 redemption only.

* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Chope.


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