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Looking to get more treats than tricks this All-Hallows Eve?
We have just the perfect list to help you ring in the freaky festival with gusto. Here’s where you can chow down on some ghoulish grub and knockback devilish drinks to celebrate all things Halloween. Have a frightfully good time!
Wildseed Cafe is back with its Halloween-themed menu serving up unique dishes at its 2 locations – all with its own unique spooky take.
Money Heist @ Alkaff Mansion
The Alkaff Mansion will be running the Halloween weekend with staff dressed in Dali masks and the iconic red jumpsuit. You will also also be served by Tokyo, Berlin, Moscow, Oslo, Nairobi, Denver and Rio!
Unique-to-Money-Heist grubs? Try Palermo’s Bloody Eyeball Cocktail ($15), a concoction of Shiraz, Rum, Blackberry Liqueur and Lychee Juice. This drink is inspired by Palermo (commander-in-charge of the second heist) and in memory of his temporary blindness after an intense fight filled with shards of glass. Not enough? They come with an edible bloody eyeball added for good measure.
Other dishes on the menu include the Bella Ciao Spider Roquefort Cream ($12) – Apple Jam, Walnut, Pedro Ximenez and Olives, and the Professor’s Bloodshot Eggs ($12) of Chorizo Sausage, Quail Egg, Caramelised Onions on Baguette.
Little Red Riding Hood @ The Summerhouse
At The Summerhouse, the Garden Domes will be transformed to a place where the Little Red Riding Hood meats (aha!) her doom with a 4-course gamey menu and a cocktail, priced at $85 per person on 30 and 31 October.
Start the meal with the Foie Gras and Pork Terrine with Balsamic Onion Jam and Baby Vegetables, then proceed to the Guinea Fowl Consomme with Mushroom and Leek Dumpling. Choose between the Duck Coq Au Vin with Brown Butter Carrot Puree with Roasted Spring Vegetables or the Venison Bourguignon with Pickled Onion, Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Tempura Shimeji. End the meal with the Pumpkin Cream Cheese Tart with Raspberry Coulis.
Come evening, the Wildseed Bar will have the Garden-to-Bar cocktails at $18 for 1 and 2 for $25, and order it with the Spider Web Pizza ($22) – a Smoked Cheesy Chicken Pizza.
The Alkaff Mansion, Level 1, 10 Telok Blangah Green, 109178
The Summerhouse, 3 Park Lane, 798387
The Riverhouse is hosting their very own themed dining experience this Halloween! Visit the 150-year old Forbidden House at Clarke Quay for the Red Pepper Padre ($18), a spicy cocktail made with Padre Blanco Tequila, Orange Liquor, Honeycomb syrup, Fresh Lime Juice, Red Bell Pepper and Black Pepper.
The Witch Fingers ($10) are crispy fried pumpkin sticks available at the Mimi and Yin Bar. You can also savour the Jack-O’-Lantern Soup ($10) – creamy pumpkin soup from 12 to 31 October.
The Riverhouse, 3A River Valley Rd., #01-02 Merchants’ Court, 179020
Lalune has launched its Halloween edition assorted candies – from Cola Bottles, Sour Strips, Jellybeans and even Marshmallows.
They’re packed in aesthetically-Instagrammable mini bottles that are reusable to save the planet. With top-tier candies are imported from Europe are not only delicious but also halal-certified, aren’t these the perfect trick-or-treat gifts this Halloween?
It’s at $4.90 per bottle with a purchase of a regular croissant (U.P. $7.90).
Promotion begins 1st October 2020 and runs through till 1st November 2020.
Lalune, 313 Orchard Rd., #B3-48A, 238895
Nosh on a whole range of “hair-raising” dishes at Colony‘s Halloween-themed menu.
Seafood Halloween Menu
When: 31st October, 6.30pm-10.30pm
Price: *$150/adult, $54/child (6-12 years old)
*Inclusive of unlimited pours of Prosecco, red/white wines, draft beers and soft drinks. Call 6434 5288 or email email@example.com for reservations.
Visit this link here for a comprehensive menu.
Colony, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Ave, 039799
Ah, you can’t really miss or resist Starbucks‘ “SPOOKtober” themed treats during the Halloween season. Known for their festive twist on classic cuppa joes – try the latest Spook-a-ccino, a Ghoulish chocolate drink blended with bloodshot strawberries, topped with chocolate whipped cream and a spooky chocolate topper. Not enough to fill your dessert tummy? Try Hey Boo, burnt cheesecake infused with green tea. Too much going on and fancy yourself some simple flavours? Creep It Simple! This is a charcoal chocolate sponge cake topped with vanilla cream cheese frosting and white chocolate feuilletine.
While you’re there, snag yourself some Halloween-themed merch to end the meal on a sweet note.
Starbucks, available islandwide.
Velvety, sumptuous gluten-and dairy-free dark chocolate cakes – these were the OGs that kick-started food company Oh My Goodness! It is the only gluten-free certified food company in Asia that is also fully Halal-certified.
Their signature must-buy? The Golly Dark Chocolate Cake. Made entirely with almonds, it is jam-packed with goodness – gluten-, grain-, dairy-, refined sugar-, yeast- and gum-free – so you can enjoy all the decadence without any worries.
*Don’t miss out on their exclusive specials!
From 15 October 2020 to 15 February 2021, Oh My Goodness’ popular seasonal special – the Gollykin Pumpkin Spiced Bread, topped with pecans ($35/loaf, $6.90/slice) – makes a much-awaited comeback. PLUS, on Halloween (31st October) and Thanksgiving (26th November 2020), get 10% off the Pumpkin Spiced Bread!
From 15 November 2020 to 15 January 2021, its limited-edition holiday cupcakes make a grand debut. Enjoy the signature Dark Chocolate Cupcake topped with vegan, dairy-free mint frosting – all packaged in a beautiful festive box ($16.90 for three).
This October 31st, for one night only, Sentosa Cove’s kitchen table transforms into a bloodcurdling waterfront slaughterhouse. From 7.30 pm to 10.30 pm, beware of the Butcher‘s rampant cleaver – you might just join his selection of steaks hanging from the gallows.
Sink your teeth into a communal sharing set menu, starring prime cuts from the Butcher’s macabre collection featuring the freshest catch, from the South China Sea.
The nightmare begins in the afterlife with the Giant Kraken – char-grilled octopus –, the Still-smoking Pastrami and the Corpse’ Salad. Satiate your carnivorous cravings and bloodthirst with The Bloody Butchers Board, loaded with The Sailors’ Leftovers (sirloin topped with chimichurri), Mary‘s Little Lamb (char-grilled lamb chop with rosemary-infused jus), Bloody Ribs (pork ribs with burnt BBQ sauce) and more.
For SGD188++, diners can enjoy the full works including food, cocktails, shots and bottomless bubbly. Wanna keep things simple and just eat? Go for the food-only option at SGD138++. To immerse yourself and enjoy the full experience, diners are also strongly encouraged to arrive timely at 7.30pm.
Date: 31 October 2020, 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Where: W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way
Price: SGD188++ per person (food, cocktails, shots and bottomless bubbly); SGD138++ per person (food only)
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, 098374
This Halloween, what better way to celebrate the ghoulish season than with a scary, delicious treat! To celebrate the spookiest time of year, Deliveroo has partnered with British Italian pizzeria favourite, PizzaExpress to create a limited-edition spooky treat!
Fill your bellies with the limited-edition PizzaExpress Eensy Weensy Spider (Classic) Pizza! The 11-inch classic crust pizza at $23.54 (GST inclusive) comes decorated with meaty, juicy slices of pepperoni, black olives, cherry tomatoes made to resemble a creepy critter. Each order of the limited-edition Halloween Pizza comes housed in a purple Ouija-styled box complete with letters, numbers and action words. Simply gather your closest friends and use a pizza slice as a planchette to quench your insatiable hunger for answers.
From 27 to 31 October 2020, place your orders at any of the following outlets: PizzaExpress Scotts Square, PizzaExpress Deliveroo Editions Tanjong Katong and PizzaExpress Holland Village for both delivery and pick-up options. Only 40 exclusive pizza sets are up for grabs islandwide, so fastest fingers first!
Event curator Shruthi Thomas of InTheEvent has the perfect spooky cheeseboard for all your cheese aficionados. Rest in Cheese this Halloween with this fun cheese board that features a premium selection of cheese from England, France and Italy.
Enjoy tombstones of rich Red Leicester and the sweet, nutty Comte shine in the ghostly radiance of a pale Brie. The whiff of Autumn smoke is in the air with a robust Scamorza affumicata from Southern Italy ready to scuttle across your palate. Decked inside are also chutney, seasonal berries and persimmon jack-o-lanterns complete the selection with a tangy sweetness.
Place your orders now by dropping Shruthi an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give her a call at 8511 0434.
InTheEvent, Dover Close East Singapore, 130014
Get spook-tacular at PAZZION Cafe where you can sink your fangs into their special Halloween menu from the 16th to 31st October.
Try the Fab-Boo-Lous Berry Waffles ($16, pictured). This treat is a spooky remake of the cafe’s signature Mixed Berries Waffles. It’s served with seasonal berries topped with a rich and smooth dark chocolate ice cream to chill your soul. Fancy a little more sweetness? Use the syringe of maple syrup!
Wash it all down with the Witches’ Latte ($6.50, pictured). This drink has an interesting story behind it too: The witches have worked hard to gather all the necessary mysterious ingredients to concoct this brew in their trusty cauldron to perk you up! What is it exactly? Spanish latte richly laced with creamy homemade pumpkin puree with a hint of sweet, earthy flavour.
Not forgetting, the Wicked Good Pumpkin Cheesecake ($7). This is a decadent creamy pumpkin cheesecake baked atop of a chocolatey Oreo cookie base.
Is your mouth watering already? Head down to Jewel Changi Airport for this spooky treat this Halloween!
PAZZION Cafe, 78 Airport Blvd., Jewel Changi Airport, #B1-243, 819666
By Joy Fang, October 2018 / Updated October 2019 / Updated by Willaine G. Tan, October 2020. Images: provided by the respective businesses or from their social media pages.
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