Presented in the form of a book, EAT Singapore is a dining privileges programme that originated in Sweden and has now been brought to Singapore – the project’s 16th city and its first in Asia – by Asian expat entrepreneurs Peter Ulrich and Karin van der Vliet.
12 complimentary main courses – in 1 book!
It’s designed to fit into a handbag and contains information on and contact details for 12 lovingly curated restaurants, where the holder of one of these little red books will receive one of two main courses free for a table for two.
You can do that once only at each of a list of interesting establishments including Bincho (Japanese), Bochinche (Argentinian), El Mero Mero (Mexican), Kilo (various fusion), Long Chim (Thai street food), Luxe (Australian), Oso (Italian), Saha (modern Indian), The Black Swan (European) and several others.
EL Readers EAT for less!
EL Readers pay $55 for your copy of the limited edition book from the website when using this code: EXPAT10, (retail price is $65), register its unique serial number and then, as they suggest, “go forth and feast”. You’ll get free shipping too (5-7 working days), or if you can’t wait, there’s a small charge for courier delivery within 2 days.
This article first appeared in the February issue of Expat Living magazine.