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Five things to do this weekend (July 16-18)

This weekend is one for the foodies!

Gabriel Choo
Gabriel Choo

Published: 16 July 2021, 5:33 PM

This weekend is shaping up to be one for foodies and it helps that COVID-19 measures were eased earlier this week to allow groups of five to dine in together.  

Here are five things to do this weekend (July 16-18):

1. Reunite with McGriddles



That’s right, McGriddles is back in Singapore! 

Available for the second time this year, the well-loved breakfast burger will be back on McDonald’s menu from Jul 15. The standard Sausage McGriddles costs S$4.50, while the Sausage McGriddles with Egg is priced at S$5.40. 

You can also get the McGriddles Stack, which comes with an egg, two chicken sausage patties and crispy chicken bacon at $6.20. 

McDonald’s Singapore opens for breakfast from 4am to 11am on weekdays and 4am to 12pm on weekends and public holidays.

2. Try out new items at Burger King



Burger King has launched several new items on their menu on Jul 13, in light of the upcoming National Day celebrations. 

This includes the Double Ultimate Rendang Angus Beef Burger (meal from S$12.90) and a Rendang Shiok Shake Up (S$4.90), which is a cup of six nuggets and some fries topped with rendang sauce. 

For drinks, you can try the Gula Melaka BBT Green Tea Float (S$3.90) or the Gula Melaka BBT Malty Float (S$3.90). There is also an Onde Boleh Pie (S$1.80) available.

3. Eat a blue pea durian ang ku kueh



The Ang Ku Kueh Hut is bringing back their popular seasonal flavour, Blue Pea Durian Ang Ku Kueh! 

Priced at S$12.50 for a box of five and S$25 for a box of 10, the kuehs comprises a mix of fresh durian and green bean. You can also try the Hazelnut Ang Ku Kueh (S$9 for a box of five) and Pistachio Ang Ku Kueh (S$10 for a box of five). 

The Ang Ku Kueh Hut is located at 36 Kim Keat Rd, Singapore 328812. It opens on Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am to 5pm. 

You can choose to place your orders online here

4. Attend a film festival



The National Gallery Singapore’s annual film festival has been running since the start of July in a hybrid format with both online and on-site screenings. 

Named Painting with Light: Festival of International Films on Art, this year’s festival celebrates the spirit of experimentation in artmaking. Highlights include a line-up of 50 award-winning and premiering films, as well as a first-ever 3D film showcase. 

The National Gallery Singapore is located at 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957. Find out more here

5. Visit Hakken’s newest store



Anime retail brand Hakken! is opening its second outlet in VivoCity this weekend on Jul 17, with over 700 officially-sourced anime and pop-culture goods to choose from. 

Best-selling items include selected merchandise from popular anime titles Jujutsu Kaisen, Genshin Impact, Tokyo Revengers and Attack On Titan. 

Find out more here

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