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The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf located in Marina Bay, Singapore offers exciting creations of hot and cool drinks, delicious cakes and much more. The surroundings are elegant and pleasing and the service is great. The food is always fresh and well prepared. Dining at The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf is a great experience. The restaurant serves fabulous unique Halal food items and beverages which are perfect for diners looking to dine in a Muslim friendly environment.  ...more

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  • 10 New Halal Food Places in Singapore You Need to Try This Weekend

    1. Hajah Maimunah Mini Image Credit: Hjh Maimunah Restaurant & Catering on Facebook If you’re an east-sider who’s craving some good ol’ Nasi Padang and just can’t seem to bring yourself to beat the crowd at Hajah Maimunah’s OG outlets at Geylang Serai or Jalan Pisang, check out the all-new Hajah Maimunah Mini at Tampines Mall Kopitiam. Hold up, how cute is that name? Hajah Maimunah Mini. This is their second food court outlet with their first being at City Square Mall. If there’s one place we’d bring our overseas friends to when they’re in Singapore, it would definitely be Hajah Maimunah!  Their Tahu Telur will always be our favorite! Halal Status: Muslim-owned Address: Tampines Mall Kopitiam, #04-27/28/29 4 Tampines Central 5 Singapore 529510  Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm Daily   2. Straits Teppanyaki Image Credit: @thestraitsteppanyaki on Instagram Rumi Vibes Only. The Straits Teppanyaki has officially joined the hit and hip Kampong Glam district as of 22 October, 2020. The Japanese steakhouse-style restaurant takes up a notch on the dining experience with Teppanyaki table-style seats so diners will be involved in the cooking experience. The Straits  Teppanyaki features a menu of carefully curated fusion recipes taken from across Asia. Pair your meal for the night with the artisanal drinks from Rumi The Poets Cup and take in the night breeze at their rooftop bar. Take your pick from their three categories – The Dairy Collezione, The Mocktails, and The Frizantea. Halal Status: Muslim-owned Address: 16 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199437  Opening Hours: TBC (check @thestraitsteppanyaki or @rumithepoetscup respectively) Contact: +65 9150 4672   3. Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot Image Credit: Suki Suki Thai Hotpot The Halal Thai Hotpot that was recently trending in Singapore, Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot brings a fresh take on the whole Halal Hotpot to Muslims in Singapore. Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot serves a number of Tom Yum variants, ingredients, and desserts which will definitely satisfy anyone's appetite. Even if you don't like spicy food, there is a broth for you! Good news! If you are looking to try this restaurant, Suki-Suki is having a promotion where the 4th person dines free!  Halal Status: Certified Halal Address: HomeTeamNS Khatib Club House, #01-01, 2 Yishun Walk Singapore, Singapore 767944 Opening Hours: 11AM to 3PM, 6PM to 10PM (Monday to Thursday) | 11AM to 10PM (Friday to Saturday) We checked out Suki Suki to see what the hype is all about! Read it on our blog "[New Halal-Certified!] Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot At HomeTeamNS Khatib".   4. The Grunge Brunch @ (working title) Image Credit: Working Title on Facebook The one thing we’re looking forward to this weekend – The Grunge Brunch While we don’t know much about the new feast, we sure know that the (working title) will be launching it on the 31st October 2020. The Grunge Brunch will only be available on Saturdays and Sundays from 9AM to 3PM Halal Status: Muslim-owned Address: 783 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198751 Opening Hours: 12pm to 10pm (Sunday to Thursday) | 12PM to 11PM (Friday & Saturday)   5. The Fortune Cookie Image Credit: The Fortune Cookie on Facebook After the success of The Malayan Council, serving fusion Malay cuisine, The Fortune Cookie is next on your list.  The new restaurant serves Chinese cuisine with a twist. Each recipe is specially curated to give you an elevated dining experience like their Beef Ribs Bak Ku Teh and Char Kway Teow Kobe to name a few.  Don’t forget to grab a fortune cookie to complete your meal! Halal Status: Muslim-owned Address: 11 Bussorah St, Singapore 199432 Opening Hours: Daily: 11am to 11pm (Kitchen closes at 10:30pm)   6. Co-Op Image Credit: The Co-op on Facebook Whether you're an east sider or a west sider, Co-op has got you covered! With a branch in Tampines and Bukit Batok, Co-op brings your favorite foods from Arab Street, straight to the heartlands of Singapore. Halal Status: Halal Certified Address: The Co-op @ Bukit Batok2 Bukit Batok West Avenue 7, #01-07 A/B, HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok, Singapore 659003 Opening Hours: 11AM to 10PM daily The Co-op @ Tampines1 Tampines Walk, #03-04, HomeTeamNS Tampines, Our Tampines Hub, Singapore 528523 Opening Hours: 12PM to 10PM daily   7. Birdhaus By Project Warung Image Credit: Birdhaus by Project Warung on Facebook From the same team that brought you Burgs, Project Warung now brings you a whole lot of Chicken with their project Birdhaus. This newly opened fast food restaurant offers you Fried Chicken to Birdhaus Rice Geprek, there looks to be a whole lot to try over at Birdhaus by Project Warung. Halal Status: Muslim-owned Address: Blk 119 Bukit Merah Lane 1 #01-40 Singapore, 151119 Opening Hours: 11.30AM to 9.30PM Daily   8. Gerill Bab Image Credit: Gerill Bab on Facebook If you're into Korean BBQ, then we have news for you. A newly certified Halal Korean Grilled Meat Ricebowls has entered the chat! Choose from Gerill Chicken, Gerill Beef, Gerill Garlic Butter Prawn, and more. Just the thought of meat on the grill makes us all longing for more! Halal Status: Halal Certified Address: 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #B2-19 Ang Mo Kio, Singapore 569933 Opening Hours: 11AM to 9PM (Mondays to Sundays)   9. PerghChicks Image Credit: PerghChicks! on Facebook A new welcome addition to the Halal food scene in Singapore, PerghChicks offers all that BBQ chicken that we all miss from the bazaars. With a clever name like that and chicken wings that look that good, they're definitely worth a try! Halal Status: Muslim-Owned Address: Blk 414 Jurong West Street 42 (Tang Tea House) Jurong West, Singapore 640414 Opening Hours: 1PM to 9.45PM Daily   10. Farah Diana Steamboat & Grill Announcement! Farah Diana Steamboat & Grill, is opening in Kaki Bukit on 1 November 2020. This is their second outlet after their first at Changi. Check out the video we did below! Prices: Adult (S$25.90 nett) | Child (5 to 12 years old) (S$14.90 nett) Halal Status: Muslim-Owned  Address: Makan Empire 11 Kaki Bukit Road 4, Bartley Biz Centre, Singapore 417806 Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday (3PM onwards, Last serving at 10.30PM)...

  • The Ultimate Checklist For The Things to do in Batam Island

    Batam is typically known as an industrial boomtown, a transport hub, and part of a free trade zone in the Indonesia–Malaysia–Singapore Growth Triangle. For residents of Malaysia and Singapore, Batam is a short weekend getaway from hustle and bustle of city lives. From having yourself pampered at spas to exciting water sports experiences, you could explore and enjoy what Batam island has to offer. Here is the ultimate checklist of things to do in Batam and places to explore for your next halal trip to Batam Island:   Staying at Batam’s Best Beach Resorts & Hotels Image Credit: Montigo Resorts on Facebook Getting yourself away from your busy daily life activities or boredom of staying home for too long, staying at one of the finest Batam resorts and Batam hotels may just be the perfect plan for you. You can immerse yourself in the relaxing atmosphere of the resorts and do various activities offered by the management inside the resorts. You can choose to stay in luxurious one to five-bedroom villas (with private pools) at Montigo Resort Nongsa where you can enjoy a relaxing spa experience and various outdoor activities such as water sports, paintball, archery, bike rental, etc.; or you might want to opt for a more scenic Harris Resort Barelang Batam which is located by the sea and near to Batam Landmark - Barelang Bridge.   Glamping at Ranoh Island Image Credit: Ranoh Island Yes, you read that right, there is a glamping site in Batam! Located near Abang Island – a famous snorkeling spot, Ranoh Island is just a 4-hour (including all ferry and boat transfers as well as customs in Batam) journey from Singapore. It provides you with not only luxurious tents with a bonfire, barbeque set, and minibar; but also hammocks and bean bags at the beach for you to enjoy the ultimate beach experience. There you can do some snorkeling, kayaking, banana boat riding, and more.   Doing Exciting Watersport Activities Image Credit: Ranoh Island Batam is a great gateway for you to watersports. Other than the usual watersports activities at any other tourist destination, such as jet-skiing, banana boats, canoeing, and kayaking, you can have different unique experiences like going to sea forest adventures to kneeboarding, mangrove cruise, and giant water slide which is a playground floating in the middle of the sea. The watersports activities can not just be found at Ranoh Island but can also be found at multiple resorts around the island.   Going Snorkeling or Scuba Diving Image Credit: enjoybatam If you like to go snorkeling or want to try scuba diving, Batam is the perfect place for you (you can get the PADI scuba diving license here for cheap!). You can go to famous snorkeling and diving spots like Abang Island, Hantu Island, Petong Island, and Labun Island to explore the beauty of the underwater world.   Playing Golf Image Credit: Palmsprings Golf & Country Club Batam is also famous for its golf courses that Singaporeans like to take a day trip just to play golf. If you like golfing, you might want to go to golf courses like Palm Springs Golf & Beach Resort or Sukajadi Golf Course.   Riding an off-road go-kart with friends Image Credit: Lina Sasmita Get some adrenaline-pumping action and have fun with your friends with some laps around the go-kart track. Batam Dirt Karting is the first dirt (off-road) rally stage go-kart which will give you an exciting unique experience drifting go-kart off-road. Channel your inner Petter Solberg as it’s almost like a mini version of rallycross!   Visiting Instagrammable Spot like Taman Wisata Habibie 1000 Tangga Image Credit: AllAboutCity-Batam If you are a person who likes to hunt for instagrammable spots, you can visit Taman Wisata Habibie 1000 Tangga. The recreational place was built to pay homage to the residence of the former Indonesian President BJ Habibie (the third president of Indonesia). There you must climb 1,000 steps in order to reach the different gorgeous spots in this spacious location dominated by lush greenery, including a cliffside beach and viewpoint overlooking the skyscrapers of Singapore and also a rustic and instagrammable treehouse.   Tasting Local Delicacies Image Credit: @makanliciouz on Instagram Batam is famous among Singaporeans for its deliciously fresh seafood which are priced much lower than Singapore. A wide array of seafood cuisines like salted egg crabs, mussels, fried calamari, fresh oysters, barbecued fish, large tasty prawns, and so on are for you to be selected in the most famous seafood restaurants such as Golden Prawn Restaurant, Harbour Bay Seafood Restaurant, Sei Enam Seafood Restaurant, Rezeki Seafood Restaurant, and Kopak Jaya 007 Kelong Seafood Restaurant. They even sometimes have live music to accompany you enjoying the beautiful sea views while you are having your meal. Image Credit: AllAboutCity-Batam Some of the local delicacies that you must try in Batam are Sop Ikan Batam (Batam Fish Soup), and Mie Lendir Berkuah Kacang (boiled noodle with peanut sauce). Also in Belakang Padang Island (15 minutes by wooden boat from Batam – the island is so close to Singapore that when the weather is good, you can vaguely see Singapore's Marina Bay Sands from the distance), you can try a popular breakfast for the locals: Plain Prata (fried bread) with Gulai (thick curry) soup, accompanied with a cup of coffee or Tarik Tea (milk tea).   Visiting Famous and Iconic Mosques During your halal trip, it would become a very nice experience to visit and pray at some of the iconic mosques in Batam, such as Jabal Arafah mosque, Yellow Mosque (Masjid Kuning), Muhammad Cheng Hoo Mosque, and Batam Grand Mosque.  Jabal Arafah Mosque is a contemporary modern mosque located in Lubuk Baja Business Center. It is equipped with a café, library, garden, and more.  Image Credit: Masjid Jabal Arafah Yellow Mosque located in Penyengat Island is considered unique since legend tells that eggshells were used in its construction to make the walls stronger. Image Credit: Batam Getaway  Meanwhile, Muhammad Cheng Hoo Mosque has an oriental Chinese-like architecture and was built to commemorate the famous Chinese-Muslim explorer of Ming Dynasty of China.  Image Credit: windawijayanti Batam Grand Mosque is the biggest grande mosque in Batam built upon 4 hectares of land and covering an area of 57,114 square meters which can accommodate up to 2,500 worshippers. Image Credit: Batam Getaway   Getting Pampered from Head to Toe Image Credit: Xoleil Spa Village Nothing is more relaxing than getting yourself pampered to rejuvenate your whole body, mind, and soul at one of the finest spas in Batam. You may choose to visit the ones at Nagoya Hill shopping district (perfect post-shopping spree activity) or you can also visit Xoleil Spa Village for a calmer and more tranquil ambiance. This spa resort is facilitated with 12 spa rooms, boutique gym, salon, co-working space, hydroponic garden, organic farm, and treehouse. There you also can try their cooking school, eat at their farm-to-table café or pizza courtyard before taking a dip in their expansive swimming pool or salt-dipping pool, or just relax in their stone onsen.   Go fishing and Experience Kampong Lives Image Credit: MoonBay Kelong on Facebook If you would like to have some tech detox or kick back and unwind to focus on life’s simple joys, you might want to go fishing and stay at Moon Bay Kelong. A kelong is a form of an offshore platform built predominantly with wood, which can be found in waters, especially for fishing purposes. There you can try fishing at the Kelong itself or if prior arrangements have been made, you can rent a boat to go further out for a better fishing experience. You just have to pass your catch of the day to the Padang chef on-site and they will whip up a delicious seafood feast for your next meal. As you can see there are various places you could explore and exciting activities you can do on Batam Island for your perfect Batam getaway. We hope this checklist will give you more insights on Batam so that you can plan for your upcoming Batam trip....

  • Cat Friendly Cat Cafes in Singapore

    There is just something about cats that makes life purrfect. Speaking from experience, after a long day at work, I would always look forward to my cat’s antics. However, I know many of you love cats too but you may not be able to own one due to some reason. So this article is for cat lovers who would spend their time (and money) at cat cafes.  Quick tip, before touching a cat, always let the cat smell your hand first. Do not give the cat a scare as cats need time to adjust to you (they are sensitive beings). via GIPHY   1. Meowmi Cat Cafe Image Credit: Meowmi Cat Cafe If you love hanging out at Haji Lane and would like to make some furry friends, Meowmi Cat Cafe is the place for you. Although this cat cafe is not halal-certified, you could choose to have a soft drink or coffee while you get to know some beautiful furballs.  Address: 668 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188801 Operating hours: 11am - 10pm  To note: Children 12 years and below must be accompanied by an adult. Last entry: An hour before closing. Reservation is advisable. You may feed the cats but do note that it is best to not overfeed them.    2. The Cat Cafe Pictures Image Credit: The Cat Cafe The Cat Cafe is definitely a good cause to support as they adopt or re-home stray cats. They aim to contribute to Singapore society by providing a home for cats. There are quite a number of cat breeds that you will get to see over at The Cat Cafe but you may not be able to feed them as the caretakers are pretty strict about taking good care of the cats’ diets (better this way for the cats).  Address:  Outlet: Bugis 241B Victoria St, Singapore 188030 Outlet: The Rail Mall 392 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 678046 Operating hours:  Bugis Mondays: 3pm to 10pm Tuesdays – Sundays & Public Holidays: 10am to 10pm The Rail Mall Wednesdays: 3pm to 10pm Thursdays  –  Tuesdays & Public Holidays: 10am to 10pm To note: It is best to book a reservation before going over to the Cat Cafe. Book a slot here. The minimum age requirement is 6 years old. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied & be strictly supervised by adults   3. Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa Image Credit: Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa Tired of having to wait for your turn to touch this particularly enchanting feline? Well, why not book the whole cat cafe to yourself? You can do so over at Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa. You just have to contact Sue on their website. Before heading over to the cafe, spend some time getting to know the cats there so that you could get along with each cat’s personality. Yes, they are like humans. They also have personalities. You can get to know them better here. Something awesome for the students out there, you can get a free Hot Chocolate with a long day pass!  Address: 54A Boat Quay (Level 2), Singapore 049843 Operating hours:  Mondays, Wednesdays to Sundays: 11am to 9pm (last entry at 8pm) Closed on Tuesdays To note: They currently accept cash and nets only. No children below the age of 7 are allowed into the cat space. Children over the age of 7 but under 14 may enter the Cat Space on the strict condition that they shall be supervised by an adult at all times due to safety reasons. The cafe has the right to require the provision of a photographic identification as proof of age of any children prior to permitting entry.  Tips for visiting cat cafes Make sure you have lots of time to spend there as cats take time to get to know you. On top of that, not all cats will be awake during the time you are there. So you may need to wait for a little for the princes and princesses to awaken from their deep slumber.  Wear shoes/footwear that are easy to remove as for some cat cafes, you are required to remove your footwear.  It is good to read up on the cat cafe’s websites on the different cat personalities as you may not want to cross a feline (like ever).  Check with the caretakers first before giving any treats to any of the cats (health reasons).  Take loads of photos!  These precious little furballs are undeniably lovable that there is even a breed called "Kucinta" which roughly translates to "love" in the Malay language. So you definitely won't want to miss out on why cats are one of the most popular pets and in the world, visit these cat cafes to get a taste of their affection. You won't regret it! Who knows, you might become a fur-parent as well!...

  • 8 Best Uniquely Singapore Souvenirs

    When we travel around the world, we tend to think about souvenirs, either for ourselves or for others. Indeed, we cannot buy memories but this is the closest we can get to remember the moments. Often, finding a souvenir is always challenging for me. As much as I want, I wouldn't want to stick to the typical keychains and magnets. I remember dedicating one day of my itinerary just to accommodate in finding souvenirs. As we all know, the traveling ban will be eased soon. Singapore will soon be opening its border to other countries and welcome its visitors. As such, let us list down the souvenirs that you can find in Singapore. It's not the typical keychains and magnets, but these are the items that spell Uniquely Singapore.   1. Merlion Plushie Image Credit: Naiise Forget about the Merlion statue and get the Merlion plushie instead! This mythical creature with a lion's head and fish's body is Singapore's national symbol, thus making it a Uniquely Singapore souvenir.Head down to Naiise to get your hands on these cute little furry plushies. They have several collections of the Merlion Plushies, which make you want to sweep them off the shelves because of its cuteness.   2. Instant Food Image Credit: Prima Taste I am not talking about just any instant food but I am referring to Singapore's flavor here. There might be some flavors that are unique in Singapore, like Chili Crab and Laksa. How about bringing these flavors back home to share with your family and friends? Or maybe, savor them on one of those days that you missed the taste of Singapore.Instant noodle brands like Prima Taste or Myojo have an array of Singapore's flavor that you can savor and the best thing is that they are Halal-certified. You can find flavors like Thai Tom Yum and Mee Soto Ayam. Another Halal instant noodle or food brands that you can look out for is Koka. Buying instant noodles and food is not that difficult as you can pop by any supermarket to get them. The only thing you need to worry about is the bulky packaging and if they can fit in your luggage.   3. Local Sauce / Paste Image Credit: Hai's Website If you feel that instant food and noodle is too bulky and will take up space in your luggage, how about some local sauce or paste? These ready-to-cook sauces are hasslefree and let you achieve the authentic flavors.Similar to instant noodles, you can get these local sauce in any supermarket. Brands like Hai's have ready-to-cook sauces and instant pastes. What's more, Hai's is certified Halal. Once you're back home, you will never have to miss the flavor of Singapore with the availability of Laksa and Chili Crab flavor in their products.   4. Local Snacks Image Credit: shopback It is no doubt that certain sweets and snacks bring about nostalgia. When I was younger, I always munched on that Animal Biscuit or ripped the sugar icing off the Ais Gem biscuit, leaving the biscuit aside. These snacks made up part of our childhood, and it's what makes it Uniquely Singapore. You may be lucky to find any of these snacks at any convenient store but I believe you can only find them at certain stores.Biscuit King is one of the stores that you can head down to. Located along Upper Thomson Road, it's worth visiting to get your snacks and get the taste of nostalgia. You can also find sweets and preserved fruits apart from assorted biscuits. According to their websites, the listed snacks are certified Halal. Do check on the specified snacks before purchasing.   5. Golden Duck Image Credit: Golden Duck on Facebook While we are still on the topic of snacks, let me introduce you to the snacks that have been raving in Singapore. If you are already familiar, the salted egg yolk trend is still booming in Singapore. With most delicacies and food being fused with salted egg yolk, it is no surprise that you can see them everywhere.Golden Duck has produced very addicting snacks and that is the Salted Egg Fishskin and the Salted Egg Potato Ridges. You might also be tempted to try their Sichuan Mala flavor and Chili Crab flavor. It is easy to spot the Golden Duck brands on the shelves of any supermarket and the best thing is that they are certified Halal.   6. Traditional Dresses Image Credit: Kai Pilger on Unsplash Being a multinational country, you will be able to experience the uniqueness of each culture in Singapore. When we talk about culture, we can definitely not forget about their traditional dresses. Walk along Chinatown and you will be able to find Cheongsam. Head down to Little India and you will be able to get Saree. If you want to find Baju Kurung or Baju Melayu, Geylang has an array of collections that can leave you spoilt for choices.Getting a traditional dress might be a little off the budget but I feel that it is a great souvenir item, either for yourself or someone close to you. The textile and material are representing the culture back in the country. Therefore, making it a unique and meaningful collection of souvenirs.   7. Vanda Miss Joaquim Products Image Credit: Singapore Botanic Gardens Shop Vanda Miss Joaquim is known to be the national flower of Singapore. It is a hybrid orchid, also known as the Singapore Orchid. Of course, getting your hands on any Vanda Miss Joaquim products will serve as the perfect memorabilia of Singapore.You can find a wide range of Vanda Miss Joaquim products in the Garden Shop at Singapore Botanical Garden. You can find scarves, cushion covers, and even umbrellas with the Vanda Miss Joaquim prints. Don't forget to check out the collections of Orchid teas too!   8. Keychains Image Credit: Starbucks Singapore Okay, let's be real. Sometimes, you just ran out of ideas, or you just ran out of time to get your souvenirs. To be honest, I am a keychain collector and I find that it is nice to have a keychain display of every country that I visited before.If getting a keychain with just a 'Singapore' word printed onto it is mainstream, how about a miniature Merlion keychain? Head down to any Starbucks outlets in Singapore to get your hand on their cute Merlion Bearista keychain. This keychain is sculptured to the Merlion's shape, making it unique from other keychains that you can buy elsewhere. There you have it! 8 ideas for souvenirs that you can find in Singapore. These souvenirs are totally Uniquely Singapore and will definitely be the perfect memorabilia for your trip to Singapore....

  • [New Halal-Certified!] Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot At HomeTeamNS Khatib

    Finally spending quality time with your friends and family? The best way to do that in Singapore is definitely over a good ol’ lepak steamboat! There’s always a little bit of everything! via GIPHY If you’re craving for an authentic Thai steamboat, you need to check out the new Halal-certified Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot!  The all-you-can-eat Thai hot pot buffet serves six different soup bases – Clear Tom Yam, Chicken, Tom yam Yen Ta Fo, Khao Soi, and the two must-try(s) Red Tom Yam and Sweet Basil Chicken. Pair them with over 38 different vegetables, meatballs, mushrooms, tofu, rice and noodles. Image Credit: Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot on Facebook  What Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot buffet meal looks like: 2 refillable soup bases All-you-can-eat fresh beef, sliced chicken and home-made fish paste. Unlimited servings of over 38 different vegetables, meatballs, mushrooms, tofu, rice and noodles.  Dipping sauces and condiments Add-on:  a. Free-flow drinks and dessert (S$4.90++/pax) b. Premium items (S$10.90++/pax) Prices Adult: $17.90++ (Lunch) | $23.90++ (Dinner)Children (5-12yo): $13.90++ (Lunch), $16.90++ (Dinner)*Additional $3++ on Fridays - Sundays, Public Holidays and Eve of Public Holidays   OCTOBER DEAL | Value Suki-Suki Set (S$9.90++ Per Pax) Image Credit: Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot on Facebook  What you'll get:  2 soup bases of choice  3 trays of meat (beef / chicken)  1 meat ball platter  Free-flow fresh vegetables, sauces and condiments! Add-on: Free-flow of drinks (S$2.90++/pax) *T&C applies.  Pro-tip! Make your reservations as soon as possible!    Address: HomeTeamNS Khatib Club House, #01-01, 2 Yishun Walk Singapore, Singapore 767944Operating hours: 11AM to 3PM | 6PM to 10PM (Mon-Thu)                             11AM to 10PM (Fri-Sun)Facebook ...