Guoco Tower—formerly known as Tanjong Pagar Centre—has introduced an ordering website with free islandwide delivery charge for its F&B tenants (with a minimum spend of S$50) to mitigate the challenges and support their business transition to delivery and take-away.
From now till 01 June 2020, you can place your orders directly via www.gtfooddelivery.com and enjoy a wider variety by selecting items from up to three participating F&B brands in one single checkout.
IKEA’S SWEDISH MEATBALLS RECIPE
IKEA’s meatballs are almost synonymous with the store name itself. You know the drill — a trip to IKEA, whether to get a Poäng armchair or a Docksta table, almost always ends with a plate of their iconic dish.
And, if we were to record all the items that Singaporeans stockpiled before the circuit breaker, IKEA’s frozen meatballs would probably be on that list. But for those of us who didn’t manage to snag a bag, the wait is over.
Our favourite furniture store is taking its build-it-yourself concept to the next level — now, apart from their furniture, you can even build for yourself their Swedish Meatballs.
That’s right, IKEA has just revealed its legendary Swedish Meatballs recipe, right from the meatballs down to the mandatory accompanying cream sauce.
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It’s 10.30pm. You’re Zooming with friends or chilling on the couch with some Netflix on and then, you feel it. That dreaded late-night hunger. You’d usually just get some McDonald’s delivered in but now that that’s no longer an option, what do you do?
Not a problem. Thanks to the circuit breaker, an army of places have launched islandwide delivery in Singapore, some of which even last till the wee hours of the night.
We’ve rounded up 14 supper spots in Singapore that do islandwide delivery to satisfy your erratic hunger pangs during this circuit breaker! From frog porridge to Mexican mains, it’s absolute supper galore.
With a heavy heart, a lot of us had to cancel our travel plans during the COVID-19 crisis. Maybe you were looking forward to a graduation trip with your pals, or a sweet getaway with that special someone, or a fun and exciting family trip.
And now you’re cooped up at home during quarantine, with not much to do. The days seem endless and you’re dying of boredom, wallowing in your sadness over those cancelled flight tickets. Fret not, you can now travel the world from your couch! Thanks to the internet, we are now able to attend virtual tours all around the world.
Take a hike around Yosemite National Park, explore the ruins of Angkor Wat, walk around the Pyramids of Giza… the possibilities are endless. If you’d like, grab a family member to tour the iconic wonders of the world with you. It might not be the experience you expected, but these virtual tours are bound to lift your spirits and cure your boredom.
One thing that we’ve found ourselves sorely missing during the Circuit Breaker period are our desserts. If you’re a sweet tooth like us, you probably know how painful it is.
Instead of lying on your sofa and daydreaming about all the dessert places you miss, why not get your lazy ass up and make your own? Aside from satisfying your sugar cravings, it’s a great way to pass the time!
We have here a 3-ingredient hazelnut brownie recipe that you can try to get the ball rolling. It’s great for people who are strapped for cash and don’t have the purchasing power to splurge on fancy baking ingredients and gear, and it’s so easy to put together that anyone can do it. Let’s get baking!
The Circuit Breaker has made it increasingly hard for us to satisfy all our cravings, especially for our Muslim friends who do not have as many options to choose from.
Therefore, we have compiled a list of Muslim-owned and Halal-certified eateries in Singapore that offer islandwide delivery. We will be adding more to the list, do share with us if you know any hawkers and local eateries that offer islandwide delivery.
Stay home and stay safe everyone!
Bad news for all Mcdonald’s fans. Mcdonald’s Singapore is closing all outlets from now until 4 May 2020.
As a preventative action in the fight against COVID-19, Mcdonald’s Singapore has been advised by the Ministry of Health to suspend all restaurant operations, including McDelivery and Drive-Thru, until 2 May 2020.
Staying home isn’t that bad when we can still order KFC delivery, especially with KFC Meltz available again. If you’ve tried KFC’s Meltz before, you can savour it again now that it’s back and better with a new smoky chipotle mayonnaise. For those who haven’t, you wouldn’t want to miss out! KFC Chipotle Meltz is now available via takeaways and KFC Delivery.
Delivery options are aplenty but KFC will never fail us. It is one of those comfort food options that we can never get sick of. KFC Chipotle Meltz is a MUST HAVE when you enjoy your Netflix shows.
The popular favourite was first introduced years ago and there have been countless requests over the years for KFC to bring it back. Two weeks back, KFC uploaded a photo of it on their social media pages on April Fool’s Day, and while it got people excited, many thought it was a joke.
But it is not. Chipotle Meltz is real!