5 places to get spooky food and drinks this Halloween

By Darren Tan October 20, 2022
5 places to get spooky food and drinks this Halloween
Photo: Koma/Facebook

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It’s almost the end of October and that means Halloween is around the corner.

Restaurants here typically go all out with Halloween-themed menus and beverages, so you’re most likely spoilt for choice. We select five places you can get some ’gram-worthy ghoulish grub and devilish drinks to ring in the festival. Our selection will set your hearts racing and your stomachs rumbling.

 

1. Les Bouchons

Three locations across the island at Rochester, Robertson Quay and Ann Siang
Open: Check with the various outlets on operating hours

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Photo: Les Bouchons/Facebook

French bistro and steakhouse chain Les Bouchons is all set for Halloween with a trio of unique offerings that have a spooky take.

First up is the Devil’s Taste cocktail (S$15++), comprising rum and mixers such as Calpis soda, raspberry puree and chilli padi for a spicy kick, garnished with an “eyeball” (lychee and prune). Next is the kid-friendly Halloworm mocktail (S$15++), comprising pink guava juice and Cola. It’s garnished with a gummy worm and served in a glass shaped like a skull.

From Oct 24, feast on wagyu demon meatballs on bloody lava (S$15++), a rather hair-raising dish of eyeballs (wagyu meatballs topped with sliced black olives) served on “bloody lava” (tomato sauce with celery, onion and carrot).

The special dishes are available at all three outlets till Oct 31.

 

2. Tamago-En

Multiple stores islandwide
Open: Daily (11am to 4pm, 5pm to 10pm)

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Photo: Tamago-En/Instagram

Egg specialty restaurant chain Tamago-En is serving up its version of ghostly Halloween-themed egg dishes with its Halloween specials menu, available till Oct 31.

Try the bloody eyeball Napolitana pasta (S$14.90++), which comes with eyeballs (mozzarella cheese ball and olives) and a “chopped finger” (arabiki sausage).

Dessert fiends will love the mango web souffle pancake (S$15.50++) that is adorned with a spider web (chocolate sauce). Quench your bloodthirst with the spooky black mango fruit tea (S$5.90++) that comes blood-red with eyeballs (lychee and blueberry).

If you’re famished and keen on trying all three dishes, opt for the more value-for-money spooky set meal (S$32++) that saves you more than S$4.

 

3. Tablescape Restaurant & Bar

Grand Park City Hall, Level 3, 10 Coleman Street
Nearest MRT station: City Hall
Open: Monday to Friday (12pm to 2pm, 2.30pm to 4.30pm, 6pm to 10pm), Saturday (12pm to 2pm, 3pm to 5pm, 6pm to 10pm), Sunday (12pm to 3pm, 3pm to 5pm, 6pm to 10pm)

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Photo: Tablescape Restaurant & Bar/Facebook

Tablescape is presenting a whole assortment of adorably spooky treats with its Halloween-themed afternoon tea set for two (S$78). The smorgasbord comprises sweets and savouries such as tarts, cupcakes, scones and eclairs that are decorated with bats and spiderwebs for the occasion. Standouts include the caramel and pumpkin cake pops that look like mummy wraps and baby Frankensteins.

This set also comes with a Halloween-exclusive DIY cupcake set, where both kids and adults can have fun decorating their own cupcakes.

Available till Oct 31, you can enjoy it at the restaurant or take a set (or two) away.

 

4. Pazzion Cafe

Two outlets across the island at Orchard and Changi Airport
Open: Monday to Thursday (10am to 9pm), Friday to Sunday and public holidays (10am to 9.30pm)

Known for its charming, rustic decor and brunch fare, Pazzion Cafe is turning to the dark side by offering a spine-chilling Halloween menu that will be available till Oct 31.

Try the hocus pocus (S$20++) that comes with brioche loaf, bloodshot gummy eyeballs and gummy worms, and topped with ice cream. Wash that down with the midnight ghoul (S$9.50++), a milkshake topped with ice cream, eyeballs and a biscuit that reads “RIP”. You can grab both at a bundle deal of S$24++.

 

5. Koma

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, B1-67, 2 Bayfront Avenue
Nearest MRT station: Bayfront
Open: Daily (11.30am to 3pm, 5pm to 12am)

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Photo: Koma/Facebook

Koma is usually known for its distinct passageway inspired by the torii gates of a shrine in Kyoto, as well as its Japanese fine-dining offerings. But this year, its Halloween specials are spooktacular as well.

Available from Oct 29 to Oct 31, try its dark forest (S$23++) that features a brain-shaped sponge cake soaked in blood-red cherry syrup. It rests on a cylinder of black sesame and dark chocolate mousse.

Toast to the brilliant concoction with its Day of Dead (S$24++), a mix of Don Julio Reposado Tequila, Graham’s Blend No 5 White Port, grapefruit juice and agave syrup, topped with cotton candy and sprinkled with bamboo charcoal powder.

 

Les Bouchons, Tamago-En and Pazzion Cafe are on the GrabFood delivery service. You can also book a ride to all the eateries featured in this article.


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