It is October 2021 and Singapore is back to Phase Two (Heightened Alert) but with a new name – Stabilisation Period. Although restricted to groups of up to 2 persons only, dining out is still possible. In fact, where & what to eat in October 2021 in Singapore will not be a problem for the lack of options. From new menus, openings and special promotions, there are many exciting F&B outlets to explore and tasty dishes to try this month.
New Restaurants & Cafes
MadASS – new fast-serve food by Mad About Sucre
MadASS, short for Mad About Sucre Social, aims to pioneer the “Gourmet Social Movement”, the movement towards better fast-serve food – all-natural, seasonal ingredients in delicious dishes made without preservatives, artificial additives and artificial flavours.
Mad About Sucre is the go-to destination for an intimate, memorable dining experience. MadASS offers something different as it is an all-day, fast-service establishment that is a chill hang out place.
Lunch at MadASS is highly customisable. Customers can choose from 6 different options and pair them with preferred bases. Mains include Wagyu Beef, Wild-caught Barramundi Fish, Pulled Iberico Pork and Grilled Turmeric Chicken.
For afternoon and all-day pastries, patrons can expect Mad About Sucre’s signature handcrafted pastries and confections, such as their Earl Grey Mousse cake, Dark Chocolate with Stout cake as well as the delicate-looking Pink Guava cake .
At night, patrons can wind down and relax by pairing any of MadASS’ dinner highlights – Spicy & Numbing Fried Chicken, Crab Pasta in Aglio Olio and Foie Gras Pasta in Aglio Olio sauce – with their signature cocktail, House-cured Gin and Rum.
30 Raffles Place, #01-11
Change Alley Mall, Singapore 048622
Monday – Friday: 8am – 9:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
New Sevens Cafe in Joo Chiat
The new Sevens Cafe in Joo Chiat may make you think of a showflat you have visited. It is opened by the Sevens Group, a real estate developer, who have their property showroom (Sevens Atelier) next door.
Sevens Cafe has an Australian cafe inspired menu. So you can expect great looking hand-crafted desserts and single origin coffees as well as all-day breakfast. Read more.
29 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427753
Tel: +65 8585 7777
Opening Hours: 8.30am – 5.30pm
New Griglia Open Fire Italian Kitchen
Griglia, nestled on the ground level of a 3-storey conservation shophouse along Craig Road, is an interesting new restaurant to check out in October 2021. Inspired by the outdoor setting of a summer outdoor grill known as the grigliat, its warm and cosy interior showcases wood, brick and metal, raw materials and elements closely linked to fire.
Griglia recreates the magic of classic grigliata dishes cooked in a specially customised cast iron charcoal grill, using traditional and modern methods to make them even lighter and more refreshing. By offering a wide selection of food, and serving smaller sharing portions, diners are encouraged to order and taste many dishes in the style of the ‘bring-your-own’ grigliata.
Griglia serves antipasti, artisanal salumi, main courses, sides, cheeses and desserts, and carries an extensive range of more than 100 wines from different regions, with up to 85% from Italy. Highlights of the menu include Hiika Squid, Short Ribs Cannellone and Fiorentina’ 30 days dry aged Porterhouse.
37 Craig Road, Singapore 089675
Tel: +65 8949 7011
Monday to Friday: 12pm to 3pm | 6pm to 10:30pm
Saturday: 6pm to 10:30pm
New Restaurant – Tribeca @ The Grandstand
Featuring some of Singapore’s most loved brands, Tribeca is the new home to ThaiPan, Southern Soul, Pasta Table, La Takorea, Smooch by Smitten Ice Cream Bar, The Vault wine cellar and retail shop in addition to its own house menu. The Tribeca house menu features Boston Bay Blue Mussels served with a variety of flavours from East to West (Spicy Mala, White Wine Garlic , Creamy Blue Cheese or even Chilli Crab) and along with its famous truffle fries.
Tribeca is a multi menu bistro with a cuisine to fit your every mood.
Tribeca Bar & Bistro
01-20, The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road
Tel / Whatsapp: +65 9673 3130
Celebrate craft in all forms at Thirty Six Brewlab and Smokehouse
Where to drink and eat in October when you want someplace new and exciting? Check out the catchily named Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse from local craft brewery Lion Brewery Co. The welcoming micro-brewery and restaurant has a distinct mission statement – a celebration of craftsmanship in all forms: food, art, music and of course beer.
The space features a state-of-the-arton-site 500-litre microbrewery and 23 taps pouring a selection of the finest craft beer including Lion Brewery Co’s flagship and seasonal brews, and a constantly changing lineup of beers brewed right on site at the microbrewery, the ‘Thirty Six Brewlab’.
Along with the brewlab, nestled inside this heritage building, is a 120-seat restaurant featuring a hedge-lined outdoor beer garden and a menu centred around open-flame grilling on a custom-built brick hearth. Dishes focus on bold, local flavours and a smoky umami that only true, open-flame cooking can produce, and each dish was personally conceptualised and developed by Executive Chef Kwek Xiu Rong (affectionately known as XR). Moroccan Beef Kofta, Sticky BBQ Pork Ribs, Scotch Egg and Spicy Pork Belly Satay are among the varied items on the menu.
Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse
36 Club Street, Singapore 069469
Tel +65 6239 0350
Mon – Fri 12pm – 10.30pm
Sat – Sun 10am – 10.30pm
New Da Paolo Gastronomia Experience at Great World
Want to eat in October in a place that will somewhat soothe your travel itch? Da Paolo Gastronomia Great World offers a brand-new elevated, holistic and transportive experience; in a fresh, innovative response to the palate and lifestyle of today’s diner.
‘Everyday Italian’ – the cherished Gastronomia motto – has been raised to a whole new level with expanded all-day dining and a full retail selection set against the backdrop of Tuscany.
Here are the highlights at the new Da Paolo Gastronomia Great World:
- Honest, authentic Italian offerings are met by dishes from its popular virtual concepts – Panini Italiani, Pizza Bar and Pasta Bar, in a variety of menus curated for day, evening and weekends that feature high quality, yet accessible Italian gourmet fare;
- An expanded and full range of Italian and Italian-inspired breads in sourdough variations and wood-fired options;
- A gelato counter with the treat coming straight from Italy, then churned in-house;
- An Aperitivo bar serving quintessential Italian beverages;
- Pizza Bar featuring a live pizza station where hand-stretched and stone-baked Roman thin crust pizzas are freshly made;
- A sophisticated, customised online ordering system that makes it a breeze for diners to place individual orders on their own mobile devices and view those of their companion’s;
- A retail section modelled after a European marketplace, showcasing a trove of Italian favourites with a focus on in-house products made from scratch without any preservatives, and personally sourced items from artisans across Italy and the rest of Europe.
Da Paolo Gastronomia Great World
1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-163 Great World
Operating hours: 8am – 10pm
Tel: +65 6735 8382
Chin Mee Chin Confectionery Reopens
Where to eat in October 2021 when you can’t be bothered to change out of your work from home clothes? Chin Mee Chin Confectionery, the Hainanese-style coffeeshop, has been revived under lifestyle brand Ebb & Flow Group and is helmed by Maxine Ngooi, who also runs Tigerlily Patisserie.
The good old kaya toast and eggs are still the fans’ favourites but the menu has the classics and a few new additions, all remastered for a new generation.
Chin Mee Chin Confectionery
204 East Coast Road, Singapore 428903
Opening Hours: 8 am to 4 pm
Red Hotpack – New Quick Service Café @ New Tech Park
Red Hotpack is a new Asian Quick Service Cafe serving wholesome food bowls with premium meat cuts and fresh greens. Diners get a choice of rice or noodle option topped with meat offerings which are found across the Asian region. The concept is pan-Asian and Asian fusion in nature.
151 Lorong Chuan, #01-04 Singapore, Singapore 556741
Tel: +65 9382 0230
Opening Hours: 11.30 am – 8 pm
New Tempura Makino
Tempura Makino, a popular tempura specialty chain from Japan, has opened its first outpost outside of Japan in Suntec City, Singapore.
Customers can enjoy freshly prepared, seasonal dishes and ingredients served in a comfortable yet elegant environment which allows for high quality, handcrafted tempura to be enjoyed by all. Known as the “Tsudoage” style, it is usually found in more expensive and traditional prices, and at a much higher cost.
The a la carte tempura items are all reasonably priced from $1.50 per piece. Other than the contemporary tempura options, the menu includes Okinawan influences such as the Goya Tempura with Okinawan salt ($4.50), as well as Mozuku Tempura ($5.80). There are also Daikon Oden ($3.80, Mentai Seaweed ($6.8) and Uni Ohba ($8.8) dishes to be enjoyed.
To celebrate the debut of Tempura Makino in Singapore, the brand will be giving out free tempura eggs to any diner from 22 to 24 September 2021.
3 Temasek Boulevard
#02-305/308/311 Suntec City Mall
Opening Hours: 11 am to 10 pm
What to Eat in October – New Menus & Indulgent Experience
Ginger @ PARKROYAL on Beach Road has revamped menu
PARKROYAL on Beach Road has revamped the a la carte menu at its iconic and instagrammable all-day dining restaurant, Ginger, which pays homage to the diversity and myriad of food cultures in Singapore.
The extensive a la carte menu celebrates all the famous Singaporean flavours such as Popiah with Bamboo Shoots and Ayam Penyet Crust, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Beef Rendang and even the Singapore Chilli Crab served with a side of mantou.
Wed- Sun & PH : 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Wed- Sun & PH : 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
7500 Beach Road, Singapore 199591
Tel: +65 3138 1995
Atrium’s Oishii Japanese Buffet at 50% off
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium welcomes October with a buffet feast. “Travel to Japan” for the best of Japanese cuisine – from Yosenabe to Salmon Sashimi to Tori Katsu Curry and Mango Daifuku.
Lunch Buffet Menu
Mon – Fri: $68++ per adult, $20++ per child (6 – 12 y/o)
Sat – Sun: $74++ per adult, $20++ per child (6 – 12 y/o)
Dinner Buffet Menu
Sun – Thu: $88++ per adult, $25++ per child (6 – 12 y/o)
Fri – Sat: $90++ per adult, $25++ per child (6 – 12 y/o)
Children 5 years old and below dine for free with every paying adult. Note: Price listed above for adults are before discount.
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
317 Outram Road Singapore 169075
Gastronomic indulgences at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
The myriad of delectable cuisines at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore will surely address the question of what to eat in October 2021, whether you are planing to dine out or eat at home
Melt Café presents its barbecue dinner feast featuring a tantalising array of grilled seafood and meat such as Garlic Lamb Chop, Chargrilled Australian Beef Tomahawk and Jimbaran-Style Marinated Prawn, alongside local and international selections.
Barbecue Dinner Menu (Available from 8 to 24 October 2021)
SGD 88 per adult (inclusive of free-flow of juices) (Sunday to Thursday)
SGD 98 per adult (inclusive of free-flow of juices) (Friday and Saturday)
Additional SGD 32 per adult for free-flow of red and white wine, beer and soft drinks
SGD 40 per child aged 7 to 12 years old (inclusive of free-flow of juices)
Aficionados of Cantonese cuisine can look forward to Cherry Garden’s Spring lamb specials featuring flavourful renditions of the succulent and tender meat, served stir-fried, stewed, or pan-fried.
Cherry Garden’s Spring Lamb Specials (Available from 1 to 31 October 2021)
Lunch: SGD 78 per person (5-course)
Dinner SGD 118 per person (7-course)
The alluring aroma of white truffle will take centre stage at Dolce Vita with a curated set dinner menu highlighting the season’s prized culinary gem, from Lightly Marinated Mackerel with cauliflower confit, ginger chives and white truffle to Pan-seared Boston Lobster with pumpkin texture, lobster bisque and white truffle.
White Truffle Menu (Available from 7 October to 30 November 2021)
SGD 148 per person (5-course)
Additional SGD 70 per person for wine pairing
For an intimate dining experience in the comfort of your home, The online shop at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore offers a multitude of gastronomic delights including daily specials and an enticing assortment of cakes, available for takeaway and delivery. Delivery service is available at SGD 15 nett per location within Singapore. Free delivery for a minimum purchase of SGD 100.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore 039797
Kick Back And Relax with Kinki Restaurant + Bar
Unwind at Kinki Restaurant + Bar with its refreshed weekend Bottomless Brunch and weekday Happy Hour specials.
Enjoy a weekend feast of irresistible food and booze matched by amazing bayfront views with Kinki’s refreshed Bottomless Brunch ($68++/person). Available on weekends and public holidays from 12pm to 3pm, expect unlimited servings of new dishes such as the Hiyayakko, Chikuwa Tempura, Curry Cheese Croquette, Tuna Mayo Roll and California Maki, as well as hearty mains that include the Kitsune Udon, Salmon Butter Yuzu and Buta Kimchi. In addition to the tantalising dishes, diners can opt for a top-up of $38++ to enjoy free flow of an alcoholic beverage of choice.
Catch a breather and the sunset on weekday evenings with Kinki’s Happy Hour specials, available from Mondays to Fridays, 5pm to 7pm, at Kinki’s rooftop bar on level three. Make the best of these golden hours and order two draught beers (pint) or two house wines (150ml pour) for $26++. From now till 12 November, enjoy 20% off Kinki’s Rockstar cocktails that include the Aurora Polaris, Calpis Colada, Earlgroni, Gold Quencher, She’s So Unusual and Mr. Blue Sky.
Kinki Restaurant + Bar
70 Collyer Quay, #02-02 Customs House
Tel: +65 8363 6697
What to Eat in October : Afternoon Tea Specials
Botanicals Afternoon Tea Experience – by Andaz & Birds of Paradise
Inspired by the botanical flavours of nature and Andaz Singapore’s herb garden at Level 25, all-day dining restaurant Alley on 25 presents a Botanicals Afternoon Tea experiencein collaboration with local gelato boutique, Birds of Paradise. Alongside savouries and sweets, guests can enjoy botanical gelatos designed by Birds of Paradise, as well as free-flow beverages for the best of mid-day indulgence.
Embark on your botanical gustatory journey with popular and spicy Thai favourite, Tom Kha and Spiced Chicken Pani Puri. Other tantalising treats include Seared Tiger Prawns, Crab Tartlet, Pumpkin Hummus with Pita, Acai Coconut Tartlet and Pandan Gelato.
The Botanicals Afternoon Tea at Alley on 25 is available daily from pm to 5 pm, till 30 November 2021, and is priced at SGD 48++ per person.
Alley on 25
5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
The Grand Lobby’s New Orleans Afternoon Tea Experience
The Grand Lobby invites guests to experience the sweet Southern charm and rich flavours of America’s iconic culinary staples.
Tuck into New Orleans’ traditional savoury delights including the quintessential New Orleans Muffaletta Sandwich, a famously hearty New Orleans invention packed with cured meats, provolone cheese, and olive dressing between fresh Italian bread; and the Omni Reuben, a New Orleans-style take on the classic Reuben sandwich with corned beef, roasted beets, swiss cheese, cabbage and toasty, grilled rye bread.
Heighten your teatime indulgence with a unique assortment of delightful, classic New Orleans desserts, such as New Orleans Beignets, Pecan Pralines and a decadently rich Chocolate Bread Pudding.
New Orleans Afternoon Tea Experience: S$88++ per guest
Monday to Thursday: 1.00pm to 5.00pm,
Friday to Sunday: 12.00pm to 6.00pm
Reservations must be made a day in advance.
The Grand Lobby, Raffles Hotel Singapore
1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
The Fullerton Hotels Singapore Present the Pink Afternoon Tea
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore present a curated Pink Afternoon Tea in support of Breast Cancer Foundation’s (BCF) dedication to raising awareness, promoting early detection of the illness and supporting those affected by breast cancer in Singapore.
Available from 1 to 31 October 2021, S$5 nett from the proceeds of each adult-priced Pink Afternoon Tea set will be donated to BCF. This will be served at The Courtyard, located at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, and The Landing Point, located at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore.
Elegantly presented on three tiers, the Pink Afternoon Tea set comprises a selection of savoury and sweet patisserie in a palette of pink, freshly crafted by Executive Pastry Chef Siddharth Prabhu and his team.
The façade of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore will also be lit up in pink daily from 4 to 31 October 2021, from 7.00 p.m. onwards. In addition, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital’s General Surgery Department, in collaboration with BCF, will launch a month-long exhibition showcasing artworks created by healthcare professionals and breast cancer patients. Titled “Celebrating Life, Together”, the exhibition will run from 4 to 30 October 2021, and all proceeds from the artwork sales will be donated to BCF. This will be held at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s East Garden Gallery.
The Courtyard, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
Served daily from 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Priced at S$51* per adult and S$26* per child^ on weekdays; S$56* per adult and S$28* per child^ on
The Landing Point, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
Served on weekdays from 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. and on weekends, 12.00 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. (1st seating)
and 3.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. (2nd seating).
Priced at S$60* per adult and S$30* per child^ on weekdays; S$65* per adult and S$32.50* per child^
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
1 Fullerton Square Singapore 049178
Tel: +65 6877 8911/8912
In the pink of health at Goodwood Park Hotel
In support of Breast Cancer Foundation, from 1 October to 30 November, Goodwood Park Hotel presents a special collection of enticing treats, available for takeaway and dine in, designed in shades of pink – the symbolic colour of Breast Cancer Foundation’s signature “Wear The Pink Ribbon” fundraising and awareness event campaign.
For dine in, ladies can treat themselves to an indulgent English Afternoon Tea at L’Espresso with snacks and desserts enlivened by shades of pink, as well as a new assortment of skewers at the Local Favourites section.
· English Afternoon Tea with Local Favourites and Rosy Medley Specials
· $60++ per adult; $36++ per child (6 – 11 years of age)
· A QR code card is displayed at every table for diners to pledge their support in the month of October and November – a minimum of $5 nett donation will entitle them a Breast Cancer Foundation Pink Ribbon pin
Donation boxes will also be placed at The Deli’s counter and at the hotel’s Reception Desk for the month of October for hotel guests to support the cause.
The Deli at Goodwood Park Hotel
For a tête-à-tête in the comfort of home, the attractive two-tier Rosy Medley Sets feature petite sweet and savoury treats.
Rosy Medley Set at $72 nett per set via The Deli
·Rosy Medley Set at $74+ ($79.18 nett) per set viaThe Deli’s Online Shop at https://thedeligoodwoodparkhotel.oddle.me
$2 nett donation for each Rosey Medley set sold in October 2021
Goodwood Park Hotel
22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221
Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel Mao Shan Wang Durian High Tea
Durian lovers are in for a treat as Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel Lobby Lounge presents the best harvest of durians in their High Tea. Think creamy, decadent Durian pastries oozing with the rich flavours of premium Mao Shan Wang, alongside assorted bakery delights. You will not want to miss the Durian Coconut Tart; Durian Pandan Cake with White Chocolate Chantilly; Durian Swiss Roll; Brown Sugar Cup with Speculoos Cream, and more.
King of Fruits Mao Shan Wang Durian Afternoon High Tea: $38++ per person (inclusive of a glass of welcome cold brew tea and an exclusive selection of TWG leaf teas)
King of Fruits Mao Shan Wang Durian Afternoon High Tea with a Glass of Champagne: $58++ per person (inclusive of an exclusive selection of TWG leaf teas)
Until 31 October 2021, 2pm to 5pm
Lobby Lounge, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865
Shangri-La Singapore’s Pink High Tea
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The Rose Veranda at Shangri-La Singapore has crafted a special Pink High Tea to increase awareness and raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation. Available from 1 to 31 October 2021, the hotel will donate $2 from each high tea set sold.
The Pink High Tea promises an array of enticing appetisers, such as Spanish Tuna with Candied Peach on Rose Brioche Roll, and a choice of one of three main courses including Pan-seared Halibut with Pink Cauliflower Purée and Beetroot Orange Espuma, or Black Angus Beef Tenderloin with a duo of Pink Parsnip, Truffle Irish Potato topped with Morel Jus. Guests can look forward to petite pastries such as Litchi Strawberry Choux and Rose Macaron. Must-haves are the signature The Rose Veranda scones; infused with the aromatic flavours of rose or vanilla, the freshly baked buttery scones are served with luscious clotted cream and house-made strawberry jam.
The Rose Veranda Pink High Tea
1 to 31 October
Wednesday to Friday, 1pm to 5pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays
1st Seating : 12pm to 2pm
2nd Seating : 3pm to 5pm
SGD 88++ for two diners (includes 2 beverages, choice of tea or coffee, per person).
Tel: +65 6213 4486 / 4398 | email email@example.com.
Guests can also look forward to enjoying the Pink High Tea in the comforts of home. Available to order for self-collection or delivery, the takeaway Pink High Tea is priced at SGD 78 nett. The set, suitable for 2 persons includes a selection of savoury appetisers and sweet desserts presented in a three-tier stand.
Order Online or WhatsApp +65 9030 0187 between 9am to 8pm.
The Rose Veranda at Shangri-La Singapore
22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
What to Eat in October : Halloween Promotions
Melt Café’s spooktacular Halloween-themed menu
Melt Café presents a spooktacular special Halloween-themed menu, available from 29 to 31 October 2021.
Expect Mummies Meat from Surgery Room (selections of Sashimi, Sushi and Maki), Monsters & Zombies from Mysterious Dead Sea (Seafood); Witches’ Soup, Chopper Chop at Slaughter House (Roasts & Grilled Meat), Last Judgment (Desserts) and more chilling dishes.
Halloween Dinner Menu
SGD 98 per adult (inclusive of free-flow of juices)
Additional SGD 32 per adult for free-flow of red and white wine, beer and soft drinks
SGD 40 per child aged 7 to 12 years old (inclusive of free-flow of juices)
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore 039797
Tel: +65 6885 3500
Adorably spooky Halloween with Tablescape
From 10 October 2021 to Halloween Day, 31 October 2021, Tablescape presents an adorably spooky Halloween themed version of their popular Afternoon Tea Set.
Look forward to the brand-new additions exclusive to the Halloween set which includes items such as:
- Monster Cake Pop with Caramel and Pumpkin that are delightfully designed with mummy wraps and Frankenstein-like stitching on the frosting around the surface of the cakepops
- the Dress-me-up Cupcakes, a DIY set that allows both little and grown up kids to create and decorate their own Halloween themed chocolate cupcakes with a packet of candy floss provided in each set
The Halloween Afternoon Tea Set ($68nett) also comes in a limited-edition takeaway packaging. The three-storey tower is veiled with a midnight black version of the classic Tablescape Afternoon Tea cover – making it perfectly fitting for this occasion.
For guests without kids, Tablescape also offers a Halloween Afternoon Tea & Cocktails Set ($148nett) – perfect for a little grown-up fun.
Orders can be placed via:
• Tablescape’s e-store:
• Telephone call to 6432 5566
• Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Marks & Spencer launches a new range for a hair-raising Halloween
Marks & Spencer is bringing a Spooktacular experience to you this year with a selection of treats from glow in the dark truffles to frightful fizz and even an eye-popping Halloween range for you to host an eery evening for guests while enjoying tasting treats!
If you’re looking for some hands-on fun, M&S has you covered with their brand-new Halloween themed Decorate Your Own Spooky Biscuits where you can create your own gingerbread ghosts, bats and pumpkins with colourful icing options. For the sweet-toothed and thrill-seeking souls, M&S offers spine-tingling treats ranging from chocolates such as the caramel-filled Bogey Buttons to the hair-raising jelly sweets like the Sour Spiders to keep the Halloween excitement glowing throughout the night.
Murder At Old Changi Hospital – Halloween Escape Room Experience
Enter the world of paranormal investigation in person with the ultimate Halloween VIP Experience. Gather your friends and immerse yourself into the role of talented paranormal investigators, tasked with hunting down the truth – who murdered Farah Aiayh? Battle against the time limit and face vengeful spirits while trawling case files and breaking codes to solve the cold case – and live to tell the tale.
Sight Lines Entertainment’s Halloween event of the year – Murder at Old Changi Hospital – is a virutal escape room murder mystery that will stream from 8 October 2021 till 7 November 2021, every Friday to Sunday at 8.30pm and 10.00pm (S$45/entry for group access via one device; excluding booking fees). To up the ante for thrillseekers, the VIP Experience: Halloween LIVE Theatre Escape Game Experience for the Halloween weekend, 29 to 31 October 2021, will be a 2 ½ hour experience that combines a real life escape room experience with the virtual gameplay. It will be available at three time slots – 1.00pm, 4.00pm and 8.00pm – at S$200/group
Tickets for Murder at Old Changi Hospital are available for purchase, with options for clue and time extension add-ons via TheFutureStage.com .
Late Night Munchies with Chix Hot Chicken
Singapore’s first Nashville-style fried chicken amps up the late night experience with two bundles; Murder at Old Changi Hospital Bundle (for 1-2 pax, S$21.99) and Munah’s Bundle (for 3-5 pax, S$51.99), curated by Munah Bagharib herself. Both bundles feature restaurant favourites – Dirty Taters topped with cheddar and gouda
cheese, fried chicken bits and their housemade comeback sauce, Hot Wings with four spice levels to choose from, and Good Ol’ Waffles served with butter and maple syrup. Munah’s Bundle satisfies larger groups of three to five with the addition of her go-tos, the cheesy Pepperjack burger and the Buffalo hotdog. The special bundles are available via chixhotchicken.com, daily from 12.00pm to 8.00pm. Delivery fee ranges from S$5 to S$9, depending on distance.
On top of a collaboration with Chix Hot Chicken, offering group bundles to satisfy those late night munchies, audiences that identify the culprit will stand a chance to win the Grand Prize draw featuring a 2 Day 1 Night Luxurious Stay at Shangri-La Singapore’s Valley Wing (valued at S$1,500++).
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