$20 Japanese Buffet at Kiseki, 36% Off Goodwood Park Buffet & Other Deals This Week
Don't miss them with your kids!
From food promotions in Singapore such as hotel buffets, to free drinks for healthcare workers due to the coronavirus, good things must be shared.
From now till March 31, you can tuck into a full spread of Japanese delights at buffet restaurant Kiseki for only $20 nett (weekday lunch), with no additional GST nor service charge.
The all-you-can-eat lineup includes favourites such as sashimi, tempura, teppanyaki, yakitori and more.
A weekday dinner will be at $30 nett per person, while a weekend lunch and dinner will be $25 and $35 nett per person respectively. Still a sweet deal!
Where: 181 Orchard Rd, 08-01/02/03 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm daily
Marking the 36th year of offering its signature Taiwan Porridge, Goodwood Park Hotel’s Coffee Lounge will treat diners to an exclusive 36 per cent discount off the Taiwan Porridge a la carte buffet during their birthday month.
Some signature dishes to look forward to include the Braised Pork Belly with Dark Soy Sauce, Baby Squids in Sweet Oyster Sauce and Fried Omelette with Chye Poh.
The deal is applicable for lunch and dinner, from now till Dec 30, 2020. However, it is valid only for the diner (aged 12 and above) whose birthday falls during the same month.
The promotion is only available on weekdays and won’t be valid on Saturdays, Sundays, eve of public holidays and public holidays. Other terms and conditions apply.
Enjoy unlimited serving of porridge alongside a Dessert Trio of the Day.
Monday to Thursday:
$24.95 per adult (U.P. $39); $19.50 per child
$26.90 per adult (U.P. $42); $21 per child
Where: Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221
Tel: 6737 7411
According to Jewel Changi Airport’s Instagram post, visitors gain free entry (with no minimum spend) to the Canopy Park during this period. It’s said that you can even catch the cherry blossoms!
Usual admission tickets to the canopy park typically costs S$4.50.
Free entry to the canopy park includes entry into the following areas: Discovery Slides, Foggy Bowls, Petal Garden and Topiary Walk.
They are also offering 50% off attractions for Canopy Bridge, including Changi Experience Studio, among others.
For more information, visit here.
Happening from now till 31 March 2020, which makes it perfect to bring the kids especially during the March school holidays from March 14 to March 22.
If you love youtiao or churros, McDonald’s has exactly the thing for you with a product that is an amalgamation of both, but with a much less exciting name — Donut Sticks.
The new breakfast menu item looks exactly like our fried dough fritters (albeit a shorter version), and is rolled in cinnamon sugar.
McDonald’s kindly sent over a package and some of us who tried it gave it a thumbs up, but it’s easy to see why.
Said one colleague: “It tastes like churros but with the lightness and airiness of a youtiao”.
The Donut Sticks will be available at $2.20 a la carte (for six pieces), or $3 with a regular roast coffee starting this Thursday (Feb 27).
They first made its debut in the US last year, where Chinese netizens immediately noticed its similarities to the Asian snack.
If you’re curious, you can watch a taste-test of the Donut Sticks here:
With the coronavirus outbreak still ongoing, McDonald’s and Milksha are offering Singapore’s healthcare heroes during this trying time. They join a growing list of companies who have stepped up to show their appreciation for those in the frontline.
McDonald’s Singapore is showing its appreciation to healthcare workers by giving away free cups of tea and any coffee of their choice.
In a Facebook post on Monday (Feb 24), it added that no minimum spend will be required and staff eligible will be identified either through their uniforms or by showing their hospital pass.
The beverages will be available for redemption at any time of the day.
Milksha is giving out 50 cups of their Matcha series drinks daily to all hospital personnel (simply show your hospital staff pass). The redemption will only be available at its Novena outlet and will be ongoing from today (Feb 24) till March 14, 2020.
Where: Novena Square, 238 Thomson Road, Velocity @ Novena Square, #02-51/52 Singapore 307683
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm
To show their appreciation for healthcare workers in Singapore, Gong Cha will be offering its Mango Green Tea at a promotional price of $1.
You’ll just have to flash your staff pass at any of the nine participating Gong Cha outlets below to enjoy this special treat:
- Ang Mo Kio
- Causeway Point
- Changi General Hospital
- Compass One
- Toa Payoh
Because of the recent Covid-19 outbreak, malls have been quieter than usual as many prefer to avoid crowded places and stay indoors instead.
From now until further notice, Capitaland is providing free parking at its malls at different timings. Some malls offer free parking from 12pm, so you can plan to have lunch there, and others have free parking from 6pm onwards to draw the after-work crowd.
This post was first published on AsiaOne and was edited and republished on theAsianparent with permission.