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CDC Vouchers Meal at Marine Parade Food Centre

Singaporean households can receive S$100 in vouchers under the CDC Vouchers Scheme. We found out how easy it was to use the vouchers and had a delightful CDC Vouchers Meal at Marine Parade Food Centre.

Marine Parade Food Centre

CDC Vouchers

The CDC Vouchers Scheme is part of the Household Support Package in Budget 2021 and intended primarily to support hawkers and heartland merchants affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Any one member of a Singaporean household can claim the vouchers by following a link on the CDC Vouchers Scheme site to the RedeemSG website. A voucher link will be received via SMS. The vouchers will appear as a webpage on the mobile phone. Below are screenshots of the voucher.

We found that it was really easy to use the CDC vouchers. We just tapped on one or more of the dollar value boxes, then tapped “Show Voucher” and a QR Code would appear. The merchant/hawker scanned that QR Code, and that was it – done. Easier than paying by digital wallets or most other digital payment systems.

CDC Vouchers decal (image form the CDC Vouchers Scheme website)

The vouchers can be used at participating merchants and hawkers displaying the CDC Vouchers decal.

You can find out where to use the vouchers on the CDC Vouchers Merchants Go Where website.

CDC Vouchers Meal

We used the vouchers at Marine Parade Food Centre recently.

Tek Siong Drinks Stall | #01-42

We had Kopi C and 2 soft-boiled eggs from Tek Siong Drinks Stall for a total of $2.40. We used a $2 CDC voucher and paid 40 cents in cash.

The classic local coffee and eggs were cheap and good. The soft boiled eggs were perfectly cooked with whites gooey, and yolks bright orange and just sufficiently runny.

D’Authentic Nasi Lemak | #01-36

We had a plate of nasi lemak from D’Authentic Nasi Lemak for $6 using the CDC vouchers.

The plate of fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk with curry chicken, sayur loleh, ikan bilis and peanuts was a very enjoyable dish. The rice had rich flavour and was aromatic. Every item was nice but we especially liked the crunchy peanuts and anchovies. The sambal was good too.

Kuching Original Kolo Noodle . Laksa | #01-05

Kuching Original Kolo Noodle . Laksa | #01-05

We bought a bowl of Sarawak Kolo Mee for $5 using the CDC voucher from the Kuching Original Kolo Noodle Laksa stall. The noodle dish looked good. Springy noodles were tossed in a tasty sauce and topped with minced meat and slices of char siew. It was a flavourful and enjoyable noodle dish.

Delightful CDC Vouchers Meal

We had a delightful CDC Vouchers meal at Marine Parade Food Centre using $13 worth of vouchers and 40 cents in cash.

With over 11,000 outlets participating in the CDC Vouchers Scheme, it should not be too difficult to use the vouchers for cheap and good meals. So if you have not yet made use of your CDC vouchers, head out to use them. You will be supporting our heartland merchants and hawkers by enjoying our very own local culinary delights.

Marine Parade Central Market and Food Centre
84 Marine Parade Central, Singapore 440084

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