9 things to eat, see and do this weekend (Dec 4-6)

Say goodbye to boring weekends with our weekend guide!

To eat

1. Yummy breakfast bowls made with superfoods

Oats with Maca Powder Photo by Superlife Co.

With Superlife Co, making healthier diet choices doesn’t have to be a struggle. The local e-business offers an avenue for health enthusiasts to purchase premium, 100 per cent organic products such as chia seeds, quinoa, maca and cacao powders, and more, all at the touch of a button.

Head on to their portal for easy-to-follow solutions for everything from weight loss to anti-ageing and even energy-boosting and wellness. You can even follow their recipes for making yummy breakfast bowls like these.

More information here.

2. Seasonal Sho-Mi menu

CHEF KEISUKE MATSUMOTO-EXEC CHEF LEWIN TERRACE

From Dec 1, welcome the festivities with a seasonal meal at Lewin Terrace — a unique Japanese-French restaurant housed in a colonial heritage bungalow on Fort Canning.

Star chef Keisuke Matsumoto’s brand new Sho-Mi menu reflects the winter season, featuring seasonal ingredients imported directly from Japan.

Diners can expect sumptuous delicacies, including Hassun-Hokkaido Crab Cocktail and Foie Gras Medal; Abalone and Truffle Fricasse; Tempura Eel Risotto; Grilled Japanese Wagyu; and Lewin Spice Roasted Lamb.

More information here.

3. Christmas drinks

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Iconic red cups may be taking Instagram by storm, but other exciting festive drinks aren’t far behind.

From Nov 5 to Jan 6, Costa Coffee will be serving four new drinks in celebration of the Christmas season. Choose from flavours including the signature Caramel Popcorn Latte, Caramel Fudge Chocolate Frostino, Caramel Popcorn Latte Frostino and Caramel Fudge Hot Chocolate; and enjoy them with bites like the Christmas Mince Pie and Yule Log.

More information here.

To see

1. A real-life Egyptian mummy

History buffs, what a time to be alive! Get up close to valuable artifacts from the British Museum in London, from  the “unlucky mummy” rumoured to have sunk the Titanic to Sir Stamford Raffles’ personal items, such as a kris and scabbard dating back to the early 19th century.

More information here.

2. Iconic rare Ferrari cars

Fans of all things fast and furious will love this exhibition, where iconic Ferrari models will be showcased at the National Design Centre. These include the Ferrari F40, 599 GTO, LaFerrari and the 50th Anniversary Tailor Made F12berlinetta, a piece unique to Singapore.

More information here.

3. A Louis Vuitton exhibition

If you enjoyed the Hermès Leather Forever exhibition, you’ll like this sartorial showcase that just arrived in town. Delve into the mind of designer Louis Vuitton and go on an immersive experiential journey at the “Louis Vuitton Series 3” stand-alone exhibition. Online registration is required.

More information here.

To do

1. Have fun with Star Wars activities and bag a Millennium Falcon notebook

Star Wars Millennium Falcon Notebook

To get you revved up for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, VivoCity has rolled out a visual spectacle: a dramatic line-up of life-sized Stormtroopers stand guard at the entrance of a Star Wars exhibition. Here, enjoy interactive activities, Star Wards merchandise and a record-breaking Lego wall mural!

More information here.

2. Visit a secret pop-up store

Naiise’s Christmas pop-up store returns in a top-secret location this year. Like all good secrets, you’ll have to seek it out using discreet clues and signs, and you’ll be rewarded with a secret magical respite to unwind and get into the mood for Christmas.

More information here.

3. Make your own candles and blended teas

Follow the scent trail to The Scent Market, where you can buy “scent-sational” handcrafted gifts for yourself and your loved ones. Visitors can also look out for demonstrations and workshops in tea-blending and candle-making.

More information here.

By Samantha Francis and Pamela Chow

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