The Weekly Grub: 5 Things To Eat and Drink in Singapore This Week

Dining at our favourite restaurants is still a distant dream (for now at least). The silver lining? Chope still has a host of scrumptious takeaway deals up their sleeve to delight your tastebuds. For an instant boost, sink your teeth into any of Wolf Burgers’ nummy burgers,  get your caffeine fix from The Coffee Academics, or sweeten up your week with The M Plot’s handcrafted macarons.

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant’s Bento Boxes

Indulge in the best of Cantonese cuisine with Wan Hao’s delectable Bento Boxes (S$15, U.P. S$17). Choose from their broad selection of mains and sides to customise a bento set comprising your selection of protein, seafood and veggies. Look forward to dishes like Deep-fried Pork Ribs with Hawton Berry Sauce and Sauteed Prawn with Chinese Wine. Plus, each set comes with a complimentary dessert of the day for a well-rounded meal.

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Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is located at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238865, p.+65 6831 4605. This deal is valid for 60 days from time of purchase.

1-for-1 Mains by Kitchen by Food Rebel

Feel good with Kitchen by Food Rebel’s one for one mains deal, and we’re not just talking about the price. This bistro dishes up healthy-fusion cuisine that goes beyond your boring ol’ salads. We are talking Turmeric Chicken Rice, Impossible Cottage Pie and Barramundi Aglio & Olio amongst many other delish creations that are chock-full of nutrients. Whether you are a vegan or simply someone who’s looking to kick start a healthy lifestyle, there’s something for everyone. Read our review here.

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Kitchen by Food Rebel is located at 28 Stanley St, Singapore 068737, p.+65 6224 7088. Open Mon-Sat 8am–10pm, Sun 4pm–10pm. This deal is valid until 1 June 2020.

Burger Meal Set by Wolf Burgers

Burgers and fries are truly a match made in heaven. Take home a slice of paradise with Wolf Burgers’ decadent meal set (S$11.90, U.P. S$16.90) that comes with a side of golden fries and soft drinks. New to the pack? Start yourself off with their Original Wolf Burger featuring a juicy beef patty that is slathered with a special Wolf Burger sauce and then sandwiched between cushiony steamed-baked buns. If you are up for an adventure, opt for more unique varieties like the Salted Egg Fried Chicken or Miso Tofu Vegetarian Burger.

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Wolf Burgers is located at 107 North Bridge Rd, #01-05 Funan Mall, Singapore 179105; 3 Temasek Blvd, 455-456 / 459-461 Suntec City, Singapore 038983. Open 11.30am–8.30pm daily. This deal is valid for 60 days from time of purchase. 

2-Course Express Set by The Coffee Academics

With notches like “25 Coffee Shops Around the World You Have to See Before You Die” on their belt, The Coffee Academics has long been setting the bar high for cafes as a sanctuary for avid coffee lovers. While its doors may be closed to the public, you can still get a taste of their ambrosial brews and eats with the Two-Course Express Set (S$13.50, U.P. S$32.50). For a quick refuel, chow down petite mains like the moreish Miso Salmon Pasta and Crispy Fish Fillet Tacos as you sip on an espresso-based coffee or tea of your choice.


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The Coffee Academics has multiple outlets. Check out outlet details here. This deal is valid until 1 June 2020.

Main + Dessert & Tea Set by The M Plot

Need a little pick-me-up? Treat yourself to The M Plot’s Main + Dessert & Tea Set (S$20.47, U.P. S$31.50), where delicate artisanal macarons accompany mains like Dutch Baby Pancakes and Croissant Sandwich. A macaron cafe at its core, their options are aplenty and deliciously diverse. From the more sweet and fruity Lychee x White Chocolate to savoury kinds like the Salted Egg x Curry macaron, they’ve got it all.

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The M Plot is located at 9 King Albert Park, #01-05, Singapore 598332, p.+65 6223 1986. Open Wed-Mon 9am–8pm. Closed Tue. This deal is valid for 90 days from time of purchase.

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