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Looking for a cute date night idea? With all restaurants being closed for now, it might be hard to get creative. But don’t fret! There’s always a way to turn any evening into a romantic night out (or in)!
All you need is a date night bundle from one of our favourite restaurants and a nice spot; so stay at home and light some candles, if you feel more adventurous, set up a tent in your living room, or why not go to the beach or your nearest park and get a step closer to nature.

Not only is it usually cheaper than dining in, but the best part is that you don’t even have to decide on the menu (and potentially get into a fight about starters or mains).

All these places have conceived and deliver awesome bundles for 2pax, perfect for sharing with your better half – but you can also decide to surprise your best friend (or someone from your family). Most of them also have bundles for bigger groups (4-5pax) that you can share with your entire household as well.


1. The Masses

If you are not familiar with The Masses’ food just yet, think Franco-Asian cuisine with a (very) creative twist. Every dish is carefully crafted & well-thought through. They’ve just released their new menu, and it’s the perfect time to try it out.
Their 2pax bundle ($64,90) allows you to choose from some of their classics and a few new additions – Make sure you get the C&C&C&C Pasta and/or the duck confit, they are incredible.

Order your bundle from the Masses here.

the masses

2.  Restaurant Beurre

Located on Keong Saik Road, Restaurant Beurre is known for their modern European & Asian fusion cuisine. Most of their famous small plates are available online,  but they have also put together the Beurre Signature Bundle with a delicious selection of starters, main & dessert.
Looking for something more casual? They have burgers sets (sorry, beurre-ger sets) and pasta bowl sets for 2pax as well.

Order your bundle from Beurre here.

restaurant beurre bundle

3. Canchita

Looking for new flavours? Get the Canchita bundle for 2 ($68) and take a trip to Peru.
The ceviche is refreshing, while the arroz (fried rice) is hearty and filling. You can expect both your heart & your stomach to be full by the end of the meal – but make sure you save some room for dessert!

Order your bundle from Canchita here 

starter canchita bundle date night

4. Miss Vanda (by Labyrinth)

You might not have heard of Miss Vanda yet, but you probably know LG Han’s Labyrinth already. The Michelin-star restaurant is now serving reimagined Singaporean classics under a new brand, exclusively available for delivery. Expect casual Singaporean food, paired with high-quality ingredients and creative combinations of flavours. Their Set Menu ($108) changes every week, and it’s the perfect occasion to try some of the fascinating (and delicious) dishes on their menu.

Order the 2pax Weekly Set Menu from Miss Vanda here. 

miss vanda labyrinth delivery


5. Siri House

Located on Dempsey Hill, Siri House serves modern Asian food – and their delivery options aim to bring the warmth and welcoming atmosphere from their physical space to the comfort of your home.
Weeknight in? Get the “Dining for 2″ bundle ($58), which includes 2 starters, 1 main & 1 dessert.  Something more special? The “Netflix & Fill” ($128) bundle is waiting for you, with 6 dishes and a bottled cocktail.

Order your date night bundle from Siri House here. 

siri house

Weekends are made to chill. But what if you brought your friends, better half or family to try something new? Keeping active is key to both physical & mental health – and it’s also a great way to spend time with your loved ones and challenge yourself. So check out these 7 cool & unusual activities you should try next time you get a day off!

1. Pretend to be a Ninja Warrior at NinjaSG

Have you ever watched a Ninja Warrior competition and hope you could learn some of the athletes’ super cool techniques? Well, now you can! NinjaSG is an obstacle gym located in GroundUp Climbing space and equipped with all sort of crazy elements. Pegboards, ropes, rings, floating doors, you name it! They also tweak the obstacles quite often, making every visit unique.
You don’t need to be crazy fit to go and give it a try – but it definitely takes practice to master everything, so get ready to sweat.
They have launched a while ago some classes as well, led by talented Alvin Gan and mixing obstacle training & fitness – the best way to learn while having fun.

NinjaSG, Civil Service Club, Level 2, 60 Tessensohn Rd, Singapore 217664


2. Be faster underwater at The Ripple Club

aquaspin classes aquabike singapore

Not a fan of commercial gyms? Let’s get wet instead. Aquaspin offers a brand range of low-impact classes, each with its own specificities. Perfect if you’re looking for a fun activity (you can chill by the pool afterwards) that will get you toned without getting sweaty!

The Ripple Club, various locations – Read review of their classes here!

3. Bounce your way to fitness at Bounce

If you’re bored with your usual gym classes, you have to try Bounce Fit classes at least once. They mix high interval intensity training and trampoline skills, to tone up abs, bum and thighs. Go for the basic class if you are a beginner and push it a step higher with Bounce Fit Combat, inspired by MMA & boxing.
HIIT classes aren’t your thing? You can always visit and enjoy the trampoline park outside of classes if you are willing to learn tricks & techniques.
Bounce Fit classes at Bounce, schedule & booking available online. Bounce, Cineleisure, 8 Grange Road #09-01 Singapore 239695

4. Be graceful on the ice at Kallang Ice World

If you’re tired of the heat outside, it is the perfect time to give ice-skating a try. Get your most comfy sweater, some woollen socks, and a pair of loves: you are ready to ice-skate like a pro!
There are a few ice rinks in Singapore, but the Kallang one is both fairly cheap and quiet – they also offer classes for beginners, if you don’t feel comfortable stepping & sliding on the ice straight away.
One more thing: last time we checked, you needed to book a slot in advance. 

Kallang Ice World, 5 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397693


5. Go deeper with Freediving

Also known as breath-hold diving, freediving is a fascinating discipline. By taking classes at the Singapore Freediving Academy, you’ll learn how to control your breathing and make the most of every gasp of air. If it looks intimidating at first, it offers a great opportunity to calm your mind, clear your thoughts and focus on yourself for once. They offer beginners classes and workshops to get comfortable with the idea – and you’ll soon be able to join a trip at sea (whenever you’re ready!)

More information and class booking on


“Where shall we go for lunch?” – 11:30 am, every day at the office. Well, finding food in the CBD is pretty easy – but if you’re looking for healthy food, organic ingredients & good nutrient balance, it can be a bit more challenging. Here is a list of the best healthy restaurants in Singapore’s CBD where you can get a nutritious lunch – if you think any of your favorite places is missing, please leave a comment!

1. Food Rebel

Looking for delicious & nutritious organic food? You have to visit Food Rebel. I’d definitely recommend the zoodles bolognese or any of the buddha bowls – their hummus is to die for – and if you’re in the mood for something sweet, they make really nice cakes too.
Bonus point: macros are indicated on the Ultimate Performance menu, so you know exactly what you’re eating.

Kitchen by Food Rebel 28 Stanley St, Telok Ayer 

2. The Garden Club

Photo credit: Garden Club

Hidden at the top of Downtown OUE, this cute garden rooftop serves fresh & creative dishes, like Tom Yum Fettucine or Rosti & Jackfruit carnitas, but also more traditional wraps & bowls.
Sadly, it closes on weekends – but it’s a lovely place to get lunch or after-work drinks/dinner.

The Garden Club, OUE Downtown Gallery, #05-01 6A Shenton Way 068815

3. Shake Farm

Photo credit: Shake Farm

From breakfast to dinner, Shake Farm has got you covered. They serve all things healthy, from fruit shakes to fresh salads and more hearty bowls.
I have to confess that the beef bros is my all-time fav, followed closely by the Mexican salad – but everything on the menu deserves a try.
Oh, and yes, they indicate macros of each dish & drink, so it’s easier for you to make wiser choices. They also sell some protein bars (read here the articles on protein-packed snacks!) if you still have room for dessert.

Shake Farm, 126 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068595

4. Aloha Poke

aloha poke spicy salmon
Photo credit: Aloha Poke

Fresh ingredients, loads of protein and portion control: Aloha Poke is the perfect place if you want to craft a lunch that suits your needs.
Eating Omega 3 at least twice a week is very important to reduce inflammation & regulate cholesterol, and getting fresh salmon is a delicious way to do it!

Aloha Poke, 1 Raffles Place 02-01, Singapore 048616 (+ 4 other locations)

5. Yolo

Photo credit: Yolo

Simple, yet delicious: Yolo offers perfectly balanced dishes, based on traditional Asian recipes & cooked with less fat & additives. All nutritional info is available, and their menu proves that you can get the food you love minus the calories you don’t need.

Yolo, 12 Gopeng Street #01-01/04, Singapore 078877 (+ other locations)

6. Grain Traders

Photo credit: Grain traders

If you’re in the mood for composing your own bowl, Grain Traders is the right place. It can get pretty crowded, so I’d go there early to avoid the queue, especially if you plan to eat there. They also have signature recipes, if you don’t feel that creative.

Grain traders, 138 Market St, 01 CapitaGreen

7. Sarnies

Photo credit: Sarnies

If you love hearty salads, you’ll love Sarnies. Of course, not everything on the menu is “healthy” (a burger with fries, even served in a healthy café, is still… a burger) but they offer a broad range of mains to choose from. I’d personally recommend the Moroccan Chicken or Tandoori Chicken (but all of their salad bowls are delicious, to be honest) – the portions are quite big, so don’t stress out if you can’t clean your plate.
Pro-tip: the venue itself is quite tiny though, so make sure you go there early – most of the tables are outside, and it gets a bit warm sometimes.

Sarnies, 136 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068601

8. Mojo

Photo Credit: Mojo

Another “build your own bowl” place, where you can find fresh ingredients, tasty vegetables and loads of protein options. They offer a “petite” version of their bowl too, for people with a light appetite. I’ve tried several times to copy their roasted aubergine recipe but didn’t manage to get it right. If you go there, make sure you get some!

Mojo, 9 Raffles Place, #B1-07 Republic Plaza

9. Salad Stop

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It might be a chain, but they are making a great effort to promote healthy eating – Macros are indicated online, so it’s easier to decide beforehand what the best option for you is, according to your goals.
The food is fresh, and they have warm grain options for days you’re very hungry. Tip: ask to get the sauce on the side, as they are quite generous with it.

Salad Stop, 168 Robinson Road Capital Tower #01-05 ( + many other locations)

10. Afterglow

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At the bottom of the list simply because it’s a bit further away from the Business Center but if you’re up for a short walk, this tiny place serves delicious vegan food, made with fresh ingredients. Make sure you get one of the burgers (you can even replace the bun by some lettuce leaves if you’re in a cutting phase), any of their salads or the rice bowl.

Afterglow, 24 Keong Saik Road Singapore 089131