After an unconventional dining experience?
1. NOX Dine In The Dark – a meal in complete darkness
We’d say Dine In The Dark by NOX is something you have to see to believe, but that’s the point: you can’t.
Dine in complete darkness as part of a movement to allow sighted people to understand visual impairment. Magically enough, your greater reliance on your other senses accentuates the flavours of your meal.
Make a reservation here.
269 Beach Road, Singapore 199546
2. Neko No Niwa – cats and cakes
Pet cafes are all the craze in parts of Asia such as Japan and Korea. And Singapore’s got our very own cat cafe as well!
image: Neko no Niwa’s Instagram
Chill out with these furry friends over some tea and cakes. Purrfect.
54A Boat Quay Level 2, Singapore 049843
3. Arteastiq – eat and paint
Combine painting and eating and you get double the therapeutic effect – that’s exactly what the folks at Arteastiq are aiming for.
image: Arteastiq’s Instagram
Arteastiq, a portmanteau of art and tea, is a hybrid cafe cum art jamming studio where you get to unleash your inner artist on canvas while tucking into a hearty meal.
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