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As we near the end of Let's Eat, Lah! - our celebration of the vibrant food landscape of Singapore, we just had to pay homage to the Singaporean Chilli Crab. Made traditionally using the Mud Crab and stir-fried in a sweet and savoury tomato and chilli based sauce, this classic delicacy can be found at almost every single hawker centre in the city and is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. If you'd like to recreate this dish at home, visit any of our stores today to pick up a range of fresh crabs available exclusively for our Singaporean festival. To know more about our seafood offerings, speak to our experts on 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

As we near the end of Let's Eat, Lah! - our celebration of the vibrant food landscape of Singapore, we just had to pay homage to the Singaporean Chilli Crab. Made traditionally using the Mud Crab and stir-fried in a sweet and savoury tomato and chilli based sauce, this classic delicacy can be found at almost every single hawker centre in the city and is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. If you'd like to recreate this dish at home, visit any of our stores today to pick up a range of fresh crabs available exclusively for our Singaporean festival. To know more about our seafood offerings, speak to our experts on 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

As we near the end of Let's Eat, Lah! - our celebration of the vibrant food landscape of Singapore, we just had to pay homage to the Singaporean Chilli Crab. Made traditionally using the Mud Crab and stir-fried in a sweet and savoury tomato and chilli based sauce, this classic delicacy can be found at almost every single hawker centre in the city and is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. If you'd like to recreate this dish at home, visit any of our stores today to pick up a range of fresh crabs available exclusively for our Singaporean festival. To know more about our seafood offerings, speak to our experts on 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

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We just love our Sunday smoothie and you would too if you picked the ripe, oops, right fruits 🍈 Here’s what we’re picking up today from our Singapore-inspired garden. Speak to our experts when you visit us today to help you fill up your basket with the freshest fruits. Happy Sunday! ☀️ @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

We just love our Sunday smoothie and you would too if you picked the ripe, oops, right fruits 🍈 Here’s what we’re picking up today from our Singapore-inspired garden. Speak to our experts when you visit us today to help you fill up your basket with the freshest fruits. Happy Sunday! ☀️ @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

We just love our Sunday smoothie and you would too if you picked the ripe, oops, right fruits 🍈 Here’s what we’re picking up today from our Singapore-inspired garden. Speak to our experts when you visit us today to help you fill up your basket with the freshest fruits. Happy Sunday! ☀️ @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

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The right kind of fire in your belly 🔥 Sambal Oelek, a red chilli paste ground in a mortar and pestle is an Indonesian paste widely used in Asian cuisine and even gaining cross-cultural popularity today. Today, Chef Supreet (@iamchefsupreet), Executive Chef at @thecafebyfoodhall is giving you 3 ways to turn this fiery paste into a weeknight treat: 🥠Toss pan-seared tofu or chicken in our Sambal paste. Spread a layer of Foodhall’s Sambal mayo on your bao bun, layer with wilted spinach and fill with the tofu or chicken. Garnish with toasted sesame and scallions 🍕Spread a layer of sambal on our pizza base and top with fresh sliced bocconcini and roasted pine nuts. Garnish with micro greens 🥑Smear a half cut Hass avocado with Sambal paste and garnish with toasted sesame seeds and scallions Continue discovering the flavours of Singapore at a Foodhall near you all month long! For delivery, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

The right kind of fire in your belly 🔥 Sambal Oelek, a red chilli paste ground in a mortar and pestle is an Indonesian paste widely used in Asian cuisine and even gaining cross-cultural popularity today. Today, Chef Supreet (@iamchefsupreet), Executive Chef at @thecafebyfoodhall is giving you 3 ways to turn this fiery paste into a weeknight treat: 🥠Toss pan-seared tofu or chicken in our Sambal paste. Spread a layer of Foodhall’s Sambal mayo on your bao bun, layer with wilted spinach and fill with the tofu or chicken. Garnish with toasted sesame and scallions 🍕Spread a layer of sambal on our pizza base and top with fresh sliced bocconcini and roasted pine nuts. Garnish with micro greens 🥑Smear a half cut Hass avocado with Sambal paste and garnish with toasted sesame seeds and scallions Continue discovering the flavours of Singapore at a Foodhall near you all month long! For delivery, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

The right kind of fire in your belly 🔥 Sambal Oelek, a red chilli paste ground in a mortar and pestle is an Indonesian paste widely used in Asian cuisine and even gaining cross-cultural popularity today. Today, Chef Supreet (@iamchefsupreet), Executive Chef at @thecafebyfoodhall is giving you 3 ways to turn this fiery paste into a weeknight treat: 🥠Toss pan-seared tofu or chicken in our Sambal paste. Spread a layer of Foodhall’s Sambal mayo on your bao bun, layer with wilted spinach and fill with the tofu or chicken. Garnish with toasted sesame and scallions 🍕Spread a layer of sambal on our pizza base and top with fresh sliced bocconcini and roasted pine nuts. Garnish with micro greens 🥑Smear a half cut Hass avocado with Sambal paste and garnish with toasted sesame seeds and scallions Continue discovering the flavours of Singapore at a Foodhall near you all month long! For delivery, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

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Make Sunday a vibe ✨ Our baristas and coffee partners are beaming to serve you a fresh brew all day. Go for something classic or try out our Kopi menu celebrating the Singapore Food Festival 2021 - available only for another 10 days ⏰ To know more, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

Make Sunday a vibe ✨ Our baristas and coffee partners are beaming to serve you a fresh brew all day. Go for something classic or try out our Kopi menu celebrating the Singapore Food Festival 2021 - available only for another 10 days ⏰ To know more, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

Make Sunday a vibe ✨ Our baristas and coffee partners are beaming to serve you a fresh brew all day. Go for something classic or try out our Kopi menu celebrating the Singapore Food Festival 2021 - available only for another 10 days ⏰ To know more, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

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HOLD UP! We think we've just cracked the ultimate cross cultural dish - the SAMBOLOGNESE 🍝 Celebrating our love for all things Singapore this month led us to this mad-hatter noodle bowl that combines the best parts of Italy and Singapore. What you Need: • Ground pork, 250g • Fresh ginger, 30g, peeled and cut into matchsticks • Garlic, 20g, thinly sliced • Extra virgin olive oil, 15ml • Sugar, 15g • Tomato paste, 50g • Sambal Oelek, 75g • Soy Sauce, 10ml • Rice vinegar, 10ml • Koka Noodles, 200g • Unsalted Butter, 20g • Basil sprigs, for garnish • Salt Method: 1. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed pan over medium-high. 2. Add half the pork to the pot, breaking apart into 6–8 large chunks with a wooden spoon. Cook, undisturbed, until well browned underneath for about 5 minutes. 3. Turn pieces and continue to cook, turning occasionally, until pork is browned on 2–3 sides for another 5 minutes 4. Add ginger, garlic, sugar, and the remaining pork to the pot and cook until the meat is nearly cooked through. Add the tomato paste and 2 basil sprigs. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the paste darkens. 5. Add the Sambal Oelek, soy sauce, vinegar, and 2 cups water. Bring to a simmer, reduce heat to low, and cook, uncovered and stirring occasionally, until sauce is slightly thickened and flavors have melded for 30–45 minutes. 6. Cook noodles in a large pot of boiling salted water, stirring occasionally, until 1 minute short of al dente. 7. Add the noodles to the pot with sauce along with butter and a splash of the noodle water. Simmer, tossing occasionally, until sauce begins to stick to the noodles. Garnish with torn basil Making this tonight? We thought so. Stepping out instead? Save it for tomorrow. Don't forget to tag us then and thank us later! @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

HOLD UP! We think we've just cracked the ultimate cross cultural dish - the SAMBOLOGNESE 🍝 Celebrating our love for all things Singapore this month led us to this mad-hatter noodle bowl that combines the best parts of Italy and Singapore. What you Need: • Ground pork, 250g • Fresh ginger, 30g, peeled and cut into matchsticks • Garlic, 20g, thinly sliced • Extra virgin olive oil, 15ml • Sugar, 15g • Tomato paste, 50g • Sambal Oelek, 75g • Soy Sauce, 10ml • Rice vinegar, 10ml • Koka Noodles, 200g • Unsalted Butter, 20g • Basil sprigs, for garnish • Salt Method: 1. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed pan over medium-high. 2. Add half the pork to the pot, breaking apart into 6–8 large chunks with a wooden spoon. Cook, undisturbed, until well browned underneath for about 5 minutes. 3. Turn pieces and continue to cook, turning occasionally, until pork is browned on 2–3 sides for another 5 minutes 4. Add ginger, garlic, sugar, and the remaining pork to the pot and cook until the meat is nearly cooked through. Add the tomato paste and 2 basil sprigs. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the paste darkens. 5. Add the Sambal Oelek, soy sauce, vinegar, and 2 cups water. Bring to a simmer, reduce heat to low, and cook, uncovered and stirring occasionally, until sauce is slightly thickened and flavors have melded for 30–45 minutes. 6. Cook noodles in a large pot of boiling salted water, stirring occasionally, until 1 minute short of al dente. 7. Add the noodles to the pot with sauce along with butter and a splash of the noodle water. Simmer, tossing occasionally, until sauce begins to stick to the noodles. Garnish with torn basil Making this tonight? We thought so. Stepping out instead? Save it for tomorrow. Don't forget to tag us then and thank us later! @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

HOLD UP! We think we've just cracked the ultimate cross cultural dish - the SAMBOLOGNESE 🍝 Celebrating our love for all things Singapore this month led us to this mad-hatter noodle bowl that combines the best parts of Italy and Singapore. What you Need: • Ground pork, 250g • Fresh ginger, 30g, peeled and cut into matchsticks • Garlic, 20g, thinly sliced • Extra virgin olive oil, 15ml • Sugar, 15g • Tomato paste, 50g • Sambal Oelek, 75g • Soy Sauce, 10ml • Rice vinegar, 10ml • Koka Noodles, 200g • Unsalted Butter, 20g • Basil sprigs, for garnish • Salt Method: 1. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed pan over medium-high. 2. Add half the pork to the pot, breaking apart into 6–8 large chunks with a wooden spoon. Cook, undisturbed, until well browned underneath for about 5 minutes. 3. Turn pieces and continue to cook, turning occasionally, until pork is browned on 2–3 sides for another 5 minutes 4. Add ginger, garlic, sugar, and the remaining pork to the pot and cook until the meat is nearly cooked through. Add the tomato paste and 2 basil sprigs. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the paste darkens. 5. Add the Sambal Oelek, soy sauce, vinegar, and 2 cups water. Bring to a simmer, reduce heat to low, and cook, uncovered and stirring occasionally, until sauce is slightly thickened and flavors have melded for 30–45 minutes. 6. Cook noodles in a large pot of boiling salted water, stirring occasionally, until 1 minute short of al dente. 7. Add the noodles to the pot with sauce along with butter and a splash of the noodle water. Simmer, tossing occasionally, until sauce begins to stick to the noodles. Garnish with torn basil Making this tonight? We thought so. Stepping out instead? Save it for tomorrow. Don't forget to tag us then and thank us later! @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

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Sun's out, (Singaporean) buns out 🥮 When you're walking into our stores this weekend, stop by our bakeries and pick up our curry buns or custard buns to nibble on while you sip on some freshly brewed Kopi-O. Inspired by the flavours and streets of Singapore, our 'Bread Walk' is serving up a range of Singapore-inspired bakes and bites all month long. Also available for delivery by calling 8095031111 or on @zomato and @swiggyindia

Sun's out, (Singaporean) buns out 🥮 When you're walking into our stores this weekend, stop by our bakeries and pick up our curry buns or custard buns to nibble on while you sip on some freshly brewed Kopi-O. Inspired by the flavours and streets of Singapore, our 'Bread Walk' is serving up a range of Singapore-inspired bakes and bites all month long. Also available for delivery by calling 8095031111 or on @zomato and @swiggyindia

Sun's out, (Singaporean) buns out 🥮 When you're walking into our stores this weekend, stop by our bakeries and pick up our curry buns or custard buns to nibble on while you sip on some freshly brewed Kopi-O. Inspired by the flavours and streets of Singapore, our 'Bread Walk' is serving up a range of Singapore-inspired bakes and bites all month long. Also available for delivery by calling 8095031111 or on @zomato and @swiggyindia

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It really wouldn’t be a Singapore Food Festival without a noodle soup 🥣 Mee Soto, a Singaporean Chilli Noodle Soup can be found at hawker centres across the city with options for vegetarians and meat lovers alike. We’re making our #RecipeOfTheWeek using a packet of KOKA instant noodles and here’s what else you’ll need to make this at home: For the Soup Paste • 10g Galangal, peeled • 10g Lemon grass • 10g Kaffir lime leaves • 10g Fresh turmeric • 10g Lemon grass • 10g Garlic • 10g Onion • 10g Coriander and cumin powder (approx 1tsp) • 10g Birds eye chili For the Soup • 30g Chicken, diced / carrot, beans , bok choy • 30g Paste • 100g Noodles blanches • 10g Fried garlic • 5g Coriander leaves (approx 1tsp) • 2 Lemon wedges Don’t forget to save this recipe for later and tag @foodhallindia and @visit_singapore the next time you make it #SingaporeFoodFestival #PassionMadePossible

It really wouldn’t be a Singapore Food Festival without a noodle soup 🥣 Mee Soto, a Singaporean Chilli Noodle Soup can be found at hawker centres across the city with options for vegetarians and meat lovers alike. We’re making our #RecipeOfTheWeek using a packet of KOKA instant noodles and here’s what else you’ll need to make this at home: For the Soup Paste • 10g Galangal, peeled • 10g Lemon grass • 10g Kaffir lime leaves • 10g Fresh turmeric • 10g Lemon grass • 10g Garlic • 10g Onion • 10g Coriander and cumin powder (approx 1tsp) • 10g Birds eye chili For the Soup • 30g Chicken, diced / carrot, beans , bok choy • 30g Paste • 100g Noodles blanches • 10g Fried garlic • 5g Coriander leaves (approx 1tsp) • 2 Lemon wedges Don’t forget to save this recipe for later and tag @foodhallindia and @visit_singapore the next time you make it #SingaporeFoodFestival #PassionMadePossible

It really wouldn’t be a Singapore Food Festival without a noodle soup 🥣 Mee Soto, a Singaporean Chilli Noodle Soup can be found at hawker centres across the city with options for vegetarians and meat lovers alike. We’re making our #RecipeOfTheWeek using a packet of KOKA instant noodles and here’s what else you’ll need to make this at home: For the Soup Paste • 10g Galangal, peeled • 10g Lemon grass • 10g Kaffir lime leaves • 10g Fresh turmeric • 10g Lemon grass • 10g Garlic • 10g Onion • 10g Coriander and cumin powder (approx 1tsp) • 10g Birds eye chili For the Soup • 30g Chicken, diced / carrot, beans , bok choy • 30g Paste • 100g Noodles blanches • 10g Fried garlic • 5g Coriander leaves (approx 1tsp) • 2 Lemon wedges Don’t forget to save this recipe for later and tag @foodhallindia and @visit_singapore the next time you make it #SingaporeFoodFestival #PassionMadePossible

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RECIPE ALERT 🍜 If you're looking for a bowl of comfort you can stir up in 10 minutes, keep reading. If not, share this with a friend. Laksa is a widely consumed dish across hawker centres in Singapore, served with noodles and an assortment of vegetables and/ or meat. Today we're telling you a quick and easy way to make your own at home. What you Need: • Koka Noodles, 160g • Tofu or Chicken, 100g, shredded and boiled • Vegetable or Chicken Stock, 200ml • Foodhall’s Laksa Curry Paste, 100g • Coconut Milk, 250ml • Lemon, 1 • Fresh Coriander and Mint Method: • Heat the Laksa paste in a pan and add coconut milk • Mix well and add the stock. Season with salt • Add Tofu or Chicken once the stock starts boiling • Add the noodles and cook for a few minutes • Add coriander and mint and cook for 2 minutes before serving with a wedge of lemon Can't believe how simple it is? Just imagine how good it'll taste. Stock up on your Laksa essentials at your nearest Foodhall today or call 8095031111 for delivery @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

RECIPE ALERT 🍜 If you're looking for a bowl of comfort you can stir up in 10 minutes, keep reading. If not, share this with a friend. Laksa is a widely consumed dish across hawker centres in Singapore, served with noodles and an assortment of vegetables and/ or meat. Today we're telling you a quick and easy way to make your own at home. What you Need: • Koka Noodles, 160g • Tofu or Chicken, 100g, shredded and boiled • Vegetable or Chicken Stock, 200ml • Foodhall’s Laksa Curry Paste, 100g • Coconut Milk, 250ml • Lemon, 1 • Fresh Coriander and Mint Method: • Heat the Laksa paste in a pan and add coconut milk • Mix well and add the stock. Season with salt • Add Tofu or Chicken once the stock starts boiling • Add the noodles and cook for a few minutes • Add coriander and mint and cook for 2 minutes before serving with a wedge of lemon Can't believe how simple it is? Just imagine how good it'll taste. Stock up on your Laksa essentials at your nearest Foodhall today or call 8095031111 for delivery @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

RECIPE ALERT 🍜 If you're looking for a bowl of comfort you can stir up in 10 minutes, keep reading. If not, share this with a friend. Laksa is a widely consumed dish across hawker centres in Singapore, served with noodles and an assortment of vegetables and/ or meat. Today we're telling you a quick and easy way to make your own at home. What you Need: • Koka Noodles, 160g • Tofu or Chicken, 100g, shredded and boiled • Vegetable or Chicken Stock, 200ml • Foodhall’s Laksa Curry Paste, 100g • Coconut Milk, 250ml • Lemon, 1 • Fresh Coriander and Mint Method: • Heat the Laksa paste in a pan and add coconut milk • Mix well and add the stock. Season with salt • Add Tofu or Chicken once the stock starts boiling • Add the noodles and cook for a few minutes • Add coriander and mint and cook for 2 minutes before serving with a wedge of lemon Can't believe how simple it is? Just imagine how good it'll taste. Stock up on your Laksa essentials at your nearest Foodhall today or call 8095031111 for delivery @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

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Have you heard of the Durian? Labelled 'The smelliest fruit in the world' (yikes), Durian is native to South East Asia and has a thorny exterior that opens to reveal a pale yellow flesh. Inspite of its odour and appearance, the Durian can actually be used in a number of ways (in limited measures). 🧋Blitz it into a "smoothie" with a whole banana, condensed milk and ice cubes 🍨Stir in a few tablespoons of fresh Durian paste into the base for your ice cream and set 🥞Mix Durian paste with heavy whipping cream and powdered sugar to top off your pancakes Discover our Singapore Garden all month as a part of Singapore Food Festival 2021 and take home the freshest produce we have to offer. @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

Have you heard of the Durian? Labelled 'The smelliest fruit in the world' (yikes), Durian is native to South East Asia and has a thorny exterior that opens to reveal a pale yellow flesh. Inspite of its odour and appearance, the Durian can actually be used in a number of ways (in limited measures). 🧋Blitz it into a "smoothie" with a whole banana, condensed milk and ice cubes 🍨Stir in a few tablespoons of fresh Durian paste into the base for your ice cream and set 🥞Mix Durian paste with heavy whipping cream and powdered sugar to top off your pancakes Discover our Singapore Garden all month as a part of Singapore Food Festival 2021 and take home the freshest produce we have to offer. @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

Have you heard of the Durian? Labelled 'The smelliest fruit in the world' (yikes), Durian is native to South East Asia and has a thorny exterior that opens to reveal a pale yellow flesh. Inspite of its odour and appearance, the Durian can actually be used in a number of ways (in limited measures). 🧋Blitz it into a "smoothie" with a whole banana, condensed milk and ice cubes 🍨Stir in a few tablespoons of fresh Durian paste into the base for your ice cream and set 🥞Mix Durian paste with heavy whipping cream and powdered sugar to top off your pancakes Discover our Singapore Garden all month as a part of Singapore Food Festival 2021 and take home the freshest produce we have to offer. @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

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Bombay, it's that time of the year ✨ Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi by biting into a traditional, classic Modak made fresh at Foodhall. Choose from Malai, Pista, Kesar and Motichoor, and customise your own box to take home or gift your loved ones. Available across our stores in Mumbai, to know more, call 8095031111 #Food #FoodPhotography #Foodie #Foods #Foodstagram #Foodgasm #Foody #Foodies #FoodLover #InstaFood #FoodPics #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodStyling #FoodBeast #FoodArt #FoodBlogFeed #FoodOfTheDay

Bombay, it's that time of the year ✨ Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi by biting into a traditional, classic Modak made fresh at Foodhall. Choose from Malai, Pista, Kesar and Motichoor, and customise your own box to take home or gift your loved ones. Available across our stores in Mumbai, to know more, call 8095031111 #Food #FoodPhotography #Foodie #Foods #Foodstagram #Foodgasm #Foody #Foodies #FoodLover #InstaFood #FoodPics #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodStyling #FoodBeast #FoodArt #FoodBlogFeed #FoodOfTheDay

Bombay, it's that time of the year ✨ Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi by biting into a traditional, classic Modak made fresh at Foodhall. Choose from Malai, Pista, Kesar and Motichoor, and customise your own box to take home or gift your loved ones. Available across our stores in Mumbai, to know more, call 8095031111 #Food #FoodPhotography #Foodie #Foods #Foodstagram #Foodgasm #Foody #Foodies #FoodLover #InstaFood #FoodPics #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodStyling #FoodBeast #FoodArt #FoodBlogFeed #FoodOfTheDay

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✨ POP UP ALERT ✨ Hey Gurgaon 👋🏼 we've got something special for you this month - @gottea_official is serving their freshly brewed Bubble Tea all month long at our store. From Matcha and Tropical Thai to Taro and Caramelised Brown, sip on these artisanal brews when you visit us next. To know more about the pop up, please call 7400444528 📸 @gottea_official

✨ POP UP ALERT ✨ Hey Gurgaon 👋🏼 we've got something special for you this month - @gottea_official is serving their freshly brewed Bubble Tea all month long at our store. From Matcha and Tropical Thai to Taro and Caramelised Brown, sip on these artisanal brews when you visit us next. To know more about the pop up, please call 7400444528 📸 @gottea_official

✨ POP UP ALERT ✨ Hey Gurgaon 👋🏼 we've got something special for you this month - @gottea_official is serving their freshly brewed Bubble Tea all month long at our store. From Matcha and Tropical Thai to Taro and Caramelised Brown, sip on these artisanal brews when you visit us next. To know more about the pop up, please call 7400444528 📸 @gottea_official

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Noodles. Rice. Seafood. Whether you're visiting a Hawker Centre or eating at an upscale restaurant on Orchard Road, no meal in Singapore would be complete without these 3 key ingredients. From Laksa and street noodles to satay and Hainanese Chicken rice, the best of Singapore's food culture showcases these staples. This month, as we bring you Singapore Food Festival 2021 across our stores in partnership with Singapore Tourism Board, be sure to explore an unparalleled selection of dry and fresh produce for your kitchen and stay tuned for recipes to inspire you to build your own Singapore-style meal at home. For delivery or to know more about what's in stock, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #SingaporeFoodFestival #PassionMadePossible

Noodles. Rice. Seafood. Whether you're visiting a Hawker Centre or eating at an upscale restaurant on Orchard Road, no meal in Singapore would be complete without these 3 key ingredients. From Laksa and street noodles to satay and Hainanese Chicken rice, the best of Singapore's food culture showcases these staples. This month, as we bring you Singapore Food Festival 2021 across our stores in partnership with Singapore Tourism Board, be sure to explore an unparalleled selection of dry and fresh produce for your kitchen and stay tuned for recipes to inspire you to build your own Singapore-style meal at home. For delivery or to know more about what's in stock, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #SingaporeFoodFestival #PassionMadePossible

Noodles. Rice. Seafood. Whether you're visiting a Hawker Centre or eating at an upscale restaurant on Orchard Road, no meal in Singapore would be complete without these 3 key ingredients. From Laksa and street noodles to satay and Hainanese Chicken rice, the best of Singapore's food culture showcases these staples. This month, as we bring you Singapore Food Festival 2021 across our stores in partnership with Singapore Tourism Board, be sure to explore an unparalleled selection of dry and fresh produce for your kitchen and stay tuned for recipes to inspire you to build your own Singapore-style meal at home. For delivery or to know more about what's in stock, call 8095031111 @visit_singapore #SingaporeFoodFestival #PassionMadePossible

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