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Online Food Festival has S$19 meat buffet, S$15 3-course-meals & more from Oct. 1-5

Sounds too good to be true. Except it is.

Mandy How |Sponsored | October 1, 2018 @ 12:00 pm

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If you need to eat, then you should probably read this article.

Chope, a popular dining app in Singapore, has recently launched a new segment called Chope Deals

The section offers value-for-money dining deals, vouchers for diners to get up to 50 per cent off over 350 well-known restaurants.

The good news is, from October 1-5, Chope Deals will be running an Online Food Festival, selling ridiculously generous dining deals that take 50 – 85 per cent off your meals at various cafes and restaurants.

While there are no strings attached to the deals (e.g. no minimum spending, no credit card membership required), you will need quick fingers to snap them up.

Here are the details to better prepare yourself with:

Pre-sale: October 1 -4

During these four days, four deals will be released at three different time slots throughout the day: 12pm, 3pm, and 6pm.

Each day will be themed accordingly: Asian, Buffet, Cafe, and Western. Here’s what you can expect from the deals:

  • Three to four-course meals at S$15 and below
  • Cash dining vouchers at up to 50 per cent off
    • Extra S$3 off with a special discount code to be released on each day (no minimum spending)

Just to make it clear, some of the participating restaurants will be at rather upscale places, where mains alone can already cost more than S$30.

Here are some restaurants that are taking part:

1. The Carvery

The Carvery is known for its buffet line-up of roast meat at Park Hotel Alexandra, including beef, lamb, pork, and chicken.

Dry-aged prime rib, crispy pork knuckle, and honey-roasted leg of lamb are just some of the dishes you can expect.

Chope deal$39 nett for two pax buffet lunch (U.P. $98.87)

Get deal here on October 2, 6pm.

2. Wheeler’s Yard

Wheeler’s Yard is known for its hipster display of bicycles as much as their brunch and Western menu. Mains, however, are usually above S$20, so this sale is a great opportunity to dine there for much cheaper.

Chope deal: Three-course set meal (appetiser + mains + drinks) @ S$15 nett (U.P. S$35.20)

Here are your options for the meal:

Appetizer: Soup or the Day or Green Salad
Mains: Porky Bowl or 60°C Chicken Breast
Drinks: Homemade Iced Lemon Tea or Homemade Classic Lemonade

3. Q-Wa Izakaya

A japanese izakaya place (izakaya meaning casual Japanese pub) at Beach Road that sells both grilled skewers and mains.

Pork set @ S$14.90 (U.P. S$29.89)
4 yakitori sticks + salad + soup
Get deal here on 1 October, 12pm.

Three-course set meal @ S$11.36 (U.P S$16.24)
Includes choice of one main (Gyudon, Curry Salmon, Gyu Udon) + Salad + Miso Soup
Get deal here on 5 October

Chicken set @ S$14.35 (U.P S$28.71)
Six yakitori sticks (choose from Jellyfish, Chicken with Leek, Chicken Wing, Quail Egg, Chicken and Cheese, and Chicken Meatball)
Get deal here on 5 October

Mega flash sale: October 5

The fifth and most extravagant day starts at 12am sharp, with more than 100 dining deals to be released then.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Set meals and menus at S$15 and below
  • S$50 and S$100 cash dining vouchers at 30 to 60 per cent off
  • S$5 and S$10 flash deals at 10am and 5pm, 10 deals during each slot.

Here are some restaurants that are taking part:

    • Pince & Pints (Duxton and Katong)
      • S$25 for S$50, S$70 for S$100 cash vouchers
    • Alter Ego
      • S$25 for S$50, S$70 for S$100 cash vouchers
    • Brewerkz (Riverside Point / Indoor Stadium)
      • S$25 for S$50, S$70 for S$100 vouchers
    • Tsuta (Pacific Plaza / Taiseng)
      • S$15 for S$25 cash vouchers
    • PORTA
      • S$19.50 for S$30 cash vouchers
    • Gudetama Cafe
      • S$19.50 for S$30 cash vouchers
    • Tim Ho Wan (Plaza Singapura)
      • S$9 for S$20 cash vouchers
    • The Coffee Academics
      • S$37 for S$50, S$70 for S$100 vouchers
    • Hong Kong Sheng Kee (all 17 outlets)
      • Wanton Noodle @ S$3.50 nett (U.P. S$6.90++)
    • Clinton Street Baking Company
      • 3 course set menu @ S$15 nett (U.P. S$38.25++)
    • A Poke Theory
      • 2 course set menu S$9.9 nett (U.P. S$13.40++)

For the flash deals, look forward to cash vouchers from Michelin-starred ramen brand Tsuta, as well as dessert shop Sunday Folks, who are famous for their soft serves.

How to purchase

In case you’re unclear how the whole thing works, here are step-by-step instructions to purchase a deal:

  1. Choose an offer from the list of curated restaurants available on the Chope Deals web and app
  2. Pre-purchase the discounted voucher and get it instantly on your email, or retrieve it via the Chope app
  3. Present the voucher at the restaurant

Enjoy the savings.

This sponsored post by Chope allows our writers to spend their money on online sales, like this one. 

About Mandy How

Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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