Subway® Fresh Forward Restaurant has landed in Singapore. The new restaurant design includes a modern layout, new technology features and menu innovations.
The new Subway® Fresh Forward design is currently in 157 locations across 15 countries around the world. There are currently 90 locations in various stages of construction and 166 restaurants in the design phase. With this Subway Fresh Forward design, the Subway® team has improved each aspect of the customer experience. The outlet at The Clementi Mall is the first Subway® Fresh Forward restaurant in Singapore. Customers can enjoy the enhanced features of the Fresh Forward design in 20 Subway® Singapore restaurants by end of this year.
The Subway® Fresh Forward design welcomes a distinctive “S” Choice Mark, easily identified at a glance, alongside fun interpretations of the brand’s quality ingredients playfully captured in wall art pieces in store. The restaurant is designed to offer guests an enhanced Subway® experience, delivering a vibrant color palette, with a dynamic digital menu, and a flexible, comfortable environment for dine in or on the go.
Each aspect of customer experience was improved to exceed guest expectations. Specifically, the Subway® Fresh Forward restaurants will sport a brand-new Choice Mark dining area, state-of-the-art equipment with modern food displays for cookies, fresh baked bread and crisp vegetables, prepared by their Sandwich Artists™. Besides a personalized experience with Subway® Radio and the restaurant’s advanced freestyle drink dispensing machine, customers will also be able to enjoy added convenience with cashless payment options, including Apple and Samsung Pay, complimentary Wi-Fi and multiple charging sockets available in stores.
The Subway® Fresh Forward design also incorporates eco-friendly initiatives. Beyond energy-efficient LED lighting and water-saving appliances, the refreshed wall coverings and moulding are made with 34 per cent recycled content and water-based inks, and 90 per cent recycled materials respectively.
Step into Summer Hill, a French bistro in Singapore with a simple and honest menu focused on a few home-style dishes they love to cook and eat themselves. Chefs Anthony Yeoh and Christopher Soh bring life to comforting dishes such as the signature Poulet Rôti.
Their kitchen workspace has been kept open and flows into the dining area, welcoming the community in. And much like any busy kitchen at the heart of a home, with its smells and bustling activity, they’re a warm welcome into the Sunset Way neighbourhood.
Taking the phrase “it’s a bit of a stretch” quite literally is Say Chiizu – the irresistibly Instagrammable Hokkaido-style cheese toast that has taken Thailand by storm with its ‘pull-factor’, and is now set to ‘pull’ in the fans from Singapore as well.
Proudly owned by Say Chiizu Pte Ltd in Singapore, the brand will open its first outlet on 15 January at VivoCity and Singaporeans can expect more stores dotted throughout the island in shopping malls such as White Sands Shopping Centre, 313@Somerset and The Clementi Mall in the first quarter 2018. Aside from takeaway kiosks, the brand will also be opening a café in central Singapore in February, this year. There are plans to open 10 outlets by the end of 2018.
A cut above the rest, Say Chiizu’s famous cheese is made with specially imported Japanese milk, thus resulting in a deliciously premium flavour. It is then mixed with a blend of fresh cheeses such as mozzarella to create the optimum texture for that unmistakable ‘cheese-pull’, while staying true to the brand’s emphasis on using ingredients with no additives or preservatives.
The brand’s commitment to making ‘your smile their happiness’ is evident in its ultra-stretchy cheese pull and bright cutesy package, modelled after one of the co-founders’ nickname ‘Bear’. Snugly wrapped in a ‘kawaii' (Japanese for ‘cute’) sunny yellow ‘bear’ sleeve with a smile made up of the Japanese words for ‘Say Chiizu’ the cheese is served between crisp slices of pillowy homemade Hokkaido milk toast while remaining invitingly melty within. Customers can expect a subtle savoury-sweet flavour in every bite that will satisfy all dairy cravings.
Nat is also known for his long-standing role in Mediacorp's Channel 5 drama, Tanglin.
The creative drinks and affectionately-termed bobii (tapioca pearls in colloquial Taiwanese) are made with natural ingredients such as butterfly pea extract, fresh milk and fruit juice. In addition, the brand eschews high-fructose corn syrup, and uses only premium brown cane sugar from Taiwan. Customers are also able to choose the level of sweetness for the tea-based drinks at Bobii Frutti.
Bobii Frutii also gets its red tea from Sri Lanka and green tea from Vietnam. The oolong tea leaves and mochi-like bobii are specially imported from the brand’s own farm and factory in Taiwan respectively, for optimum freshness. These high quality bobiis contain no preservatives, additives and artificial colouring.
This takeaway-only outlet's menu in Singapore features 37 different drinks under five categories– a number that makes up almost 80 percent of the selection in Taiwan.
Bobii Frutii was established in Taipei, Taiwan in 2015 by two students with a fondness for bubble tea and hipster café culture. It currently has five outlets, three in Taiwan, one in Shenzhen and one in Singapore. There are plans to open more outlets in across the island in 2018. Bobii Frutii Pte Ltd in Singapore works closely with the Taiwanese team that includes undergoing strict tea-making training to ensure the best customer experience.
Brand Ambassador & Creative Director, Nat has also undergone rigorous training to learn the intricacies of creating the drinks and personally visited the tea plantation in Miaoli, Taiwan – where Bobii Frutii obtains their oolong tea – to understand the full process from farm to cup.
The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) officially opened The Island Defence Training Institute, a new training institute at Clementi Camp on 31st July where up to 18,000 active soldiers and national servicemen (NSmen) will be trained in counter-terrorism and homeland security.
A further 15,000 personnel every year will undergo training for other island defence roles.
The training will focus on further developing individual skill sets acquired from the SAF's current urban operations training, and adapting them to homeland security operations. The training will cover: (i) scenario-based simulation and live-firing for homeland security operations; (ii) search and arrest procedures to be undertaken by SAF personnel; (iii) knowledge of legal powers and rights of private defence; and (iv) retractable truncheon drills. NS units will undergo refresher training during their In-Camp Training (ICT) so that their skills are kept current and they can be readily deployed for operations.
To ensure that training is realistic and effective, the IDTI will leverage training technology such as Judgmental Video Simulation Training at the Infantry Gunnery and Tactical Simulator, which has been updated to include multiple homeland security operations scenarios. Conducted in 50m ranges, this training puts soldiers through simulated homeland security operations scenarios, and exercises their ability to decide to shoot or not depending on whether the target is friend or foe. This increases operational readiness by allowing soldiers to exercise their thinking and decision-making processes in a highly immersive environment, and better prepares them to manage complex homeland security operations.
The Clement Canopy is an upcoming condominium development situated along Clementi Avenue 1, jointly developed by reputable UOL Venture Investment and renowned Singland Homes.
Offering a variety of unit types and sizes to choose from, you are sure to find a home that will cater to all your needs and desires. In addition, all units within this development are fully equipped with branded and elegant fittings, sanitary wares and kitchen appliances to complete the luxurious experience of staying in The Clement Canopy.
The Clement Canopy will have two 40-storey towers with about 505 units in all, and the units will be capitalising on the extensive views to the south according to the developer.
Indulging in a serene and tranquil lifestyle in the heart of Clementi will not be just another dream anymore. It takes about 10 minutes to drive from The Clement Canopy to the Central Business District (CBD) and merely one MRT station to Jurong Gateway district. Addition to that, it is just close proximity to future Singapore-Kuala Lumpur High-Speed rail terminal which promises to reach Kuala Lumpur with approximate 90minutes.
Ô Boeuf à 6 Pattes brings you French cuisine in a friendly ambiance to your doorstep in Clementi!
They are located at Park West Condo in Clementi, away from the hustle and bustle of the City and in serene surroundings, overlooking the swimming pool.
Everything they serve is freshly made in-house, according to traditional cooking techniques and using the best produce available. They also have affordable French wines for an ideal pairing to your meal, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Being the youngest player in the industry of food and beverage, Frozen is bringing the taste of Korea to the very heart of Clementi as well as in your hearts.
Enjoy desserts that will play with your palettes and a little of the Korean culture. Featuring a playful mixture of yogurt ice creams with the combination of smoothies to give you the rich and creamy texture in your mouth also know as YOYO, all their ingredients are directly shipped from Korea.
If you can’t go to Korea they will bring Korea to you!