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Where To Dine On Mother’s Day In Malaysia?

So, 14 May (Sunday) is mothers day!!

What are your preparations? What will you gift your mother? Well, just not make this day one of the 365 days but make it more memorable by spending some quality time with your mother.

To make Mothers day not just an ordinary day, you must plan to dine in a restaurant and make your mother feel more special on the day. Your mother must have cooked your food every single time but now it’s your time to pay her back by taking her to top restaurants in Malaysia and book them through Fave by Groupon. It has top restaurants which offer top quality food which will surely be enjoyed by your mother.

I know your mother is an expertise in selecting food and when it comes to dining out she must make her own choice. Right?

Plan a worth memorable day by booking these restaurants by clicking on to Collectoffers.com as it offers heavy discounts and coupon codes for its customers. Be a part of this amazing offer now!!

Check out the dining places below which will be worth spending money.

Internatinal BBQ Buffet Dinner

Unheard cravings haunt your taste buds and leave you feeling unsatisfied, so feast on whatever your heart desires with an international buffet dinner at Halia. Dine on sumptuous BBQ selections with steamboat broth, an assortment of Japanese sashimi, sushi, and tempura, grilled assorted seafood, dessert action stations, and more Asian and Western dishes.

Classic Belgian Waffle with Galeto

Madame Waffle served you hot, and serving you cold! The quirky combination of hot and cold (cue Katy Perry) is translated into one dense, fluffy Classic Belgian Waffle, topped with one scoop of premium Gelato ice-cream.

Weekend Hi-Tea Buffet

Buffets are to the stomach what exams are to the brain: a challenge to be conquered. Take your eating capacity and your culinary experience to the next level with a hi-tea buffet for one (1) person from Halia and feast on custom crafted sandwiches from the panini bar, or pop over for some live action at the exhibition stalls for hearty nibbles of pisang goreng, mini murtabak, chicken shawarma, assorted dim sum, and more. Save a seat on Saturday with kids, and be entertained by the comic antics of a clown.

Cash Voucher for Burgers, Steaks, and Ribs

Transport yourself into the outbacks of Australia and feast on crowd favourites like the bloomin’ appetiser, ribs, and signature steaks. This offer gets you RM50 cash value to order off the A la Carte menu for only RM35. So, grab a couple of friends and have a meaty good time.

Thai Milk Tea or Green Tea

The British would have you believe that the only way to have tea is with milk and sugar, but the Thais like their tea leaves done a little sweeter and more colourful. Choose from a Thai milk tea or green tea to help cool off from the endless summer heat.

Hurry on! Start planning now as only few days are left for mother’s day.

Enjoy Great Meal At Famous Restaurants To Make Your Weekend More Special

When someone says let’s go out to a dinner. What do you feel? A difference in the day than usual or feel happy that you don’t have to cook food? Well, the reason can be any but the big thing is you are going to have dinner of someone’s hand and just enjoy without being bothering about anything.

Well, to all Singaporeans I have something special for you. I think you have guessed it and you are right. The top famous and best food restaurants are just behind you and you do not need to put in an effort to go there much.

Groupon has some top restaurants in Singapore where you can eat up to no limit and enjoy the day without being getting bothered at ‘What should I make?’.

Now, to get and utilize the best offers of restaurant deals, go to Collect Offers and enjoy foods at the restaurant at heavy discounts and coupon codes.

Enlisted below are some of the top restaurants in Singapore offering top quality foods. So just enjoy, eat, and relish without getting worried about anything else.

Thasevi Food Famous Jalan Kayu Prata Restaurant

In Jalan Kayu, this shop is the most Singaporeans rave about. Thasevi Food used to operate out of a makeshift wooden shed kind of hawker stall. It now occupies two shop houses. No effort has been made to make the eatery good looking or attractive. You get tables and chairs and if you are lucky the fans will be turned on.

Besides a very wide range of different variation of roti prata, the restaurant also has Indian Rojak, Briyani, Mee Goreng, Mutton Soup, Roti John and other Indian Street food. For the adventurous, you may want to try out their large array of variety (more than 16 different kinds) of prata to offer.

Weekend Hi-Tea Buffet at Albert Cafe

Reminiscent of Singapore in a bygone era, Albert Cafe serves a delectable spread of local and international dishes throughout the day. The Straits Chinese décor, which features intricately carved wooden furniture and distinctive paintings of Singapore’s flora and fauna, lends its charm to the cosy cafe, giving it a laidback ambience for a leisurely meal. Plan your dinner at home and order your food at this restaurant online.

3-Hour Karaoke with Hot Drink for 1 Person Ganso Manekineko Orchard

This 3-hour karaoke + 1 cup of honey lemon / honey water is available at Ganso Manekineko Orchard. You can plan your weekend with full enjoyment by singing along with having mouth watering drink. With a name and mascot inspired by the beckoning cat of Japanese culture, MANEKINEKO has expanded its horizons to Singapore, adding onto the 480 outlets spread across its home country, Japan.

Patrons belt out favourite classics, love ballads, rock hits, RnB tunes, or current singles with small groups or large parties, while noshing on snacks, drinks, and soft serve ice creams at the self-service bar.

Szechuan Cuisine at Tian Bao Szechuan Kitchen

Authentic Szechuan flavours flow from the heartland of China through to the kitchens of Tian Bao Szechuan Kitchen, the first of its kind to bring Szechuan-style dim sum to Singaporean shores. Indigenously known as xiao chi, the restaurant works closely with their counterparts in China to seamlessly integrate original flavours with local tastes. The dishes here are made with quality ingredients, resulting in the likes of steamed pork dumplings, sweet and spicy prawn balls, glutinous rice cake with cream filling, and Szechuan zhong dumplings to name a few. Szechuan dishes are offered alongside dim sum favourites, like sweet and spicy diced chicken, mapo tofu, and fragrant sweet and sour eggplant, served within the restaurant’s traditional aesthetics of lattice window panels and ceilling decorated with bamboo steamers in varying sizes.

Mao Shan Wang Durian Ice Cream Cake from Melvados

The mouth watering ice cream cake is a perfect for sweet dish. Two layers of real Mao Shan Wang filling in between layers of Emicakes’ signature Vanilla Chiffon. Foodedge Gourmet is a Singapore-based manufacturer of sweet and savoury edibles including premium baked goods, such as cakes, muffins, pizzas, and ice-cream, and caters to five-star hotels, major airlines, restaurants, country clubs, and fine dining outlets in Singapore.