If you happen to live or work near a McDonalds, they will be giving away more than 100,000 Egg McMuffins tomorrow (17 March). What’s the occasion? It’s National Breakfast Day! All outlets will be giving out 1,000 Egg McMuffins, except for those at KKH Hospital, Yew Tee (including Yew Tee Kiosk), Tampines Interchange Kiosk, Lucky Chinatown, Clementi Avenue 3, Changi Airport T2 Transit and Science Centre Singapore.
In the previous article, I listed my favourite Chinese and Vegetarian buffets that were all priced around $15 or less. This article is Part 2. Here, I will list buffets of other cuisines in the same price range. (more…)
While these buffets may not have the same variety that a buffet at a five-star hotel would have, you can still find great food and a decent spread, all without breaking the bank. And you won’t need a voucher or a 1-for-1 credit card promotion. These buffets are all around $15 or less. Compared to “The Line” at Shangri-La or “Carousel” at Royal Plaza, where you’ll have to spend 4x the amount. But is the food there really 4x better? (more…)
When dining out, my husband and I usually take advantage of 1-for-1 deals (through credit cards or membership cards like NTUC and SAFRA) or group buying vouchers sites, such as Groupon SG and Deal. Other sites I’ve purchased from include StreetDeal, Voucherlicious, and SuperDeals by InSing. With these deals, you can save up to 50% off. (more…)
The number 1 reason people don’t cook at home is “not enough time”. But if you compare the time it takes to dine out (including travel time and wait time) to eating at home, sometimes dining out takes even more time. And if you use easy and quick preparation methods at home (like I do), then cooking at home takes just minutes. I can even multitask and do other things while I cook. My favourite kitchen appliance is my pressure cooker. It not cooks rice twice as fast, it can cook an entire multi-course meal for 20 guests in less than two hours time. (more…)