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Photo credit: THE FABULOUS BAKER BOY, LUKE'S LOBSTER

Five things to do this weekend (Feb 5-7)

This weekend is one for the foodies!

Gabriel Choo


Published: 5 February 2021, 12:11 PM

Is Foodie February a thing? 

Because this weekend is shaping up to be one for the foodies and those who are adventurous enough to eat something new. 

Here are five things to do this weekend (Feb 5 to Feb 7): 

1. Check out the newly reopened The Fabulous Baker Boy

PHOTO CREDIT: THE FABULOUS BAKER BOY

 

Popular cafe ‘The Fabulous Baker Boy’ (TFBB) has finally reopened, this time at  Aliwal Arts Centre. 

The 70-seater cafe offers all-day breakfast items such as Duck Confit, Fried Chicken and Waffles, and Roast Chicken and Pesto Grilled Cheese Sandwich. TFBB is also known for its wide range of cakes. 

TFBB is located at 28 Aliwal Street, #01-01, Singapore 199918. It opens on Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30am to 6:30pm. Check out their Instagram here.

2. Try some fish curry gelato

PHOTO CREDIT: BUTTERKNIFE FOLK

 

Local gelato shop Butterknife Folk is known for its wide offerings of local ice cream flavours and there are many more to fill your tummies with. 

This month, you can try out the Moonlight Prata-ta (made up of fish curry) or the Set Meal Mushroom Soup at $5 for a single scoop. These are part of the ‘Small Joys’ limited line of flavours. You can also purchase it in a 475ml tub (S$19). 

Butterknife Folk is located at 107 North Bridge Road, #02-02, Singapore 17910. It opens daily from 1pm to 10pm. 

3. Eat a truffle butter lobster roll

PHOTO CREDIT: LUKE’S LOBSTER

 

Luke’s Lobster recently opened its second outlet at Jewel Changi Airport and it has a special seasonal menu. 

This includes the new Truffle Butter Lobster Roll (S$30.50), made up of Maine lobster claw and knuckle meat in Italian black truffles. There is also a S$8 craft beer promotion with every purchase of the Truffle Butter Lobster Roll. 

Luke’s Lobster  is located at 78 Airport Boulevard, #01-K209, Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore 819666. It opens 11am to 10pm on Sundays to Thursdays and from 11am to 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

4. Drive-through exhibition

PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE CHINESE CULTURAL CENTRE

 

The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s car park has been transformed into Asia’s first drive-through exhibition. 

Titled Moo Moo Park, you can experience being in an electric car equipped with an audio guide and chauffeur. You will also learn more about the Chinese culture and significance of the Ox zodiac. 

Tickets are priced from S$5. 

Moo Moo Park is located at the level 6 carpark of SCCC, 1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906. It opens until 28 March at the following timings:

Walk-through: Mon – Fri 12PM-5PM, Sun 12PM-10PM

Drive-through: Mon – Fri 6PM-10PM, Sat 12PM-10PM

Find out more here

5. Donate your old clothes and shoes

PHOTO CREDIT: OUR TAMPINES HUB

 

Spring cleaning for Chinese New Year and found out that you have clothes and shoes (in good condition) that you don’t need anymore? Don’t throw them away and donate them instead! 

Over this weekend, there will be collection boxes at the Central Plaza of Our Tampines Hub where you can drop them off at. 

This initiative is a collaboration between non-profit organisation Soles4Souls Asia and volunteers from Secondsguru. Find out more here.


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