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Hungry and bored? 3 Singapore restaurants that sizzle
For math fans, here is an equation. Good food + fun = good times. And if you are bored of your normal go to restaurant, here’s our list of restaurants with a little more sizzle.
- Platform 1094
Address: 1094 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 328192
Many of us grew up watching Harry Potter, so imagine a place where you can enter the movie world in Singapore. Menus are printed on wooden planks and water is served in beakers. The main highlight is the Goblet of fire (drink). It is a concoction lit by a blowtorch with cinnamon powder to pour over the fire. There is a wide range of Western food to choose from and a host of props to take pictures for your insta feed.
- Hungry Heroes
33 Tessensohn Rd, Singapore 217656
Hungry heroes is, you guessed it, a superhero themed restaurant. It boasts several collectibles and posters of all your fave superheroes. Definitely the place to go to if you’re a huge Marvel and/or DC fan. The “Nice to Meat You” platter can be shared between four people – a delicious way to save on the final bill. After your meal, pop upstairs to browse a floor filled with funky furniture. There’s also loads of characters to take photos with – all designed to make you feel like a super hero!
- Nox – Dine in the Dark
269 Beach Rd, Singapore 199546
Brought to the public by the Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped, Nox is a chance to dine in complete darkness. Once you enter the restaurant, the staff will explain the concept to you, including a mystery menu designed to keep you guessing. If you have dietary requirements, the chef can cater to your needs. The experience helps to create awareness of the challenges faced by a visually impaired person, allowing guests to rely on senses beyond their vision. Security measures are taken to make sure no injuries happen. Once your meal is done, you can match your perception of the food to pictures what was served. All in all a great way to spend an evening.
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