Get Your Favourite Honey Creme soft serve at just $3.50

I’ve tried it twice and would usually avoid going near Honey Creme when I’m at 313@somerset, just because $6.90 for a small cup of soft serve is not something one will pay for every day. But when it’s only $3.50, why not?! Let’s have one every day if you wish.

For a limited time only, you can get any of your favourite Honey Creme soft serve at just $3.50 with Tring 313 app avaiable on App Store. Besides this sweet deal, there are more exclusive offers of up to 50% off food delights at 313@somerset too. However all these will end come 21 August!

Steps to getting your coupons on Tring 313

  1. Select Offers from the menu on the left.
  2. Browse the available offers and select the one you want to get.
  3. Tap on “Buy Now” button.
  4. Select “Pay with PayPal” or “Pay with Credit Card” and proceed as required.
  5. Once payment is complete, you’ll see the list of coupons you’ve gotten in “My Coupons”.
  6. Select the coupon you want to use and tap “Redeem”.
  7. You will need to hand your mobile to the merchant upon payment for them to enter their redemption code.
  8. That’s it! Now enjoy your offer!

New user who sign up will also receive a surprise welcome treat at Candy Empire, Chocolate Origin or llaollao (While stocks last). Download the Tring 313 app on App Store and head over to 313@somerset before the vouchers get snapped up!

Other promotions at 313@somerset

313 Foodie Alert, 22 Jul – 25 Aug

Be one of 3 weekly winners to walk away with $50 F&B vouchers. Simply log on to http://facebook.com/313somerset and guess the outlets in the flat lay photos that are featured in the 313 Food Guide.

Best Foodies Forever!, 22 Jul – 21 Aug

Dining with friends is always a bonding experience. Make it a winning one too! Share your amazing food adventures at 313 and be one of 8 foodies to win $100 313 vouchers. It’s a piece of cake, follow @313somerset and upload your photo on Instagram photo with hashtag #313foodie.

Check out more details on 313@somerset Facebook post…

This is one sweet and refreshing deal for all those catching Pokemons around Orchard Road. Catch these awesome foodie deals before they’re gone! No Poke Balls needed!

5 Hi-Tech Dining Places in Singapore

Technology is here to stay and we’ve seen many F&B places having some hi-tech stuff happening over the recent months. Here are five which we found and thought you might be keen to check them out too.

Ci Yuan Hawker Centre

The first is what I would call a new kind of hawker centre here in Singapore, where you’ll spot giant fan, super clean environment, family (kids) friendly tables and technology integrated ordering and payment system at EVERY stalls!

Source: Punggol Babies

Sumiya at Suntec City

For sake lovers or those who want to try sake but don’t know which one to order, you got to go check out Sumiya Charcoal Grill Izakaya at Suntec City. They have a cool technology integrated sake dispenser where you get to pick and dispense your own sake by different quantity and all sake are served chilled too. All the sake you’ve consumed is stored in their special Sakecard, and you just pay for it at end of your meal.

Vet from Miss Chocoholic visited the place and here’s what she has to say.

McDonald’s across Singapore

This is one of my personal favourite, just because I love their Create burgers a lot. You can now order your standard menu items from these self-service kiosk or you can create your personalised Create burgers too. Payment at these kiosk is also easier and faster, so you can skip the queue totally and wait for your food to be served.

FIVE Square and Bar at Pickering Street

With a variety of East to West cuisines housed in FIVE Square, you will get to enjoy value for money food for your everyday meals. Located in Pickering Street at Great Eastern Centre, this dining spot includes FIVE Square and FIV五 (Fivebar). The FIV五 (Fivebar) offers $5 specials everyday, which is modelled after the Japanese’s 300-yen bars, while the FIVE Square includes five food stalls with tantalising treats for the people in the CBD area.

They’ve got self ordering and payment counter and you can also opt to receive your queue number via SMS. Check the experience shared at Lemon Film blog.

Tsukeru at Emporium Shokuhin

If Shabu Shabu is your thing, then go try dining with tech at Tsukeru at Marina Square. You get to choose from a range of Japanese and Asian broths, and enjoy it in your own individual hotpot with a wide selection of seafood and premium meats. Ordering as much as you want using their iPad minis so you don’t have to keep calling for service staff to take your order. They also have specially concocted sauces for you to pair your Shabu-Shabu with for that extra oomph!


Source: Gninethree

Have you been to any of these dining places and try out their technology integrated solutions? Share your experience with us too in the comments below.

Bistro 1855 Review and One-for-One Deals

Bistro 1855 offers main courses that comes with a salad bar buffet spread of more than 50 items to choose from during lunch. And to keep things fresh and exciting, main courses will change from time to time so you will never run out of things to try.

When night falls, Bistro 1855 transforms into a wine bar, perfect for a chill-out evening. Dishing out delectable tapas, mains and sharing platters, paired with their polished selection of house wines.

1855 Wings

1855 Wings ($8) was one of my favorite from that evening. Very well marinated wings (shrimp paste) and fried just nice with a good crunch. What’s lacking is some spicy sauce to kick up the experience. Definitely having this the next time I’m back.

Rustic Fries at Bistro 1855, Source Bistro 1855
Rustic Fries at Bistro 1855, Source: Bistro 1855

Rustic Fries ($8) was done old-school thick cut style and it had lost its crunch when served. Personally I prefers hot and crunchy fries. But the sauce that came with it was good.

Cheese Platter

Cheese Platter ($25), oh cheese platter. What can possibly go wrong with any cheese platters? Serving portion was just right for sharing among 2-3 friends, and I think I had the most cheese and crackers that evening amongst those at my table.

Lamb Shank, Source: Bistro 1855
Lamb Shank, Source: Bistro 1855

Lamb Shank ($26) at Bistro 1855 is the other favorite for me that evening. Very tender, juicy and delectable.

Duck Confit, Source: Bistro 1855

Duck Confit ($20) is the least favorite for me. My past (once) experience with duck confit was a juicy and tender leg of the duck, but this I tried that evening was tough and dry. And it looks fried instead of baked or poached.

A group of 4 diners with the above order would have paid more than $87, but if you’ve got the Entertainer app, you’ll be able to redeem 2 offers (Two Tapas and Main Course) for this meal and would have paid just about $59 instead with two additional tapas selection! That’s about $36 savings, not bad right?

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Get the Entertainer app at only $60.00! You’ll get the value back with just one redemption at one of their few dinner hotel buffets one-for-one redemption. Quite good for those who dine out often with family and friends.