If you hold a 9-6 job, lunchtime is one of the most sacred hours of the day. We wouldn’t want to waste our precious lunch break searching for food, queuing up,waiting for the food to arrive, and to pay; in fact, time is priceless regardless of your work, life, time or day of the week.
Now with the YQueue app, you can simply Order-Pay-Collect [take-away/self-service], or Seat-Order-Pay [dine-in]—and gain those precious moments with good company, or just a much needed ‘me time’.
While it originally served the community in the university campus space, YQueue has since expanded, and now connects the ‘worker bees’ or neighbourhood crowd with their favourite bites.
From now until 12 October 2018, YQueue is offering a joint promotion where the highest spending customer wins a pair of Scoot vouchers worth S$1,000 on top of 25% discount off participating merchants! *Limited to the first 250 redemptions per participating merchant, do download the YQueue app now and order from the following curated merchants.
Starting from 13 October 2018, our readers can use our code “YQLIC” to enjoy 25% discount on all merchants in the app. This is limited to the first 200 orders. In the cart, simply use the promo code “YQLIC” before you place your order.
Sushi is a very big part of Japanese food culture and in Singapore, we are blessed with many great Japanese restaurants that are able to satisfy our sushi cravings. These Japanese restaurants range from affordable to mid-tier and right up to the fanciest restaurants that will cost you an arm and a leg when you dine there.
We have heard of sushi dishes that come with exorbitant price tags but not all of us are able to afford that kind of luxury on a daily basis. Then again, who says that good sushi has to be expensive?
If you are looking for good sushi bars in Singapore serving sushi at wallet-friendly prices, carry on reading this guide to find out more. READ ON
Sumo Bar Happy is the latest project from the team behind Standing Sushi Bar, Tanuki Raw, Shinkansen and The Secret Mermaid. Helmed by the team behind a handful of successful dining establishments, we naturally have very high expectations for this place.
The one-day-old ramen, tapas and sake bar is a delightful addition to Waterloo Street, which is just a stone’s throw away from Bras Basah MRT Station. Eat your way through a selection of Japanese ramen bowls, donburis or have some homemade tapas accompanied with their signature one cup sake.
If you are looking for a casual dining place which does not compromise on service or quality of food, Sumo Bar Happy is the place to check out. READ ON
Standing Sushi Bar has established a good reputation for good quality Japanese cuisine since opening back in 2009. The quirky concept of standing-in-a-sushi-bar has also helped boost their popularity in the Singapore Food Scene.
Fans of Standing Sushi Bar will be happy to know that they have recently added new branches at 8Q Singapore Art Museum and Marina Bay Link.