7 Pop-Up Restaurants We Want To See In Singapore

When are these gonna pop up in town?

By Pamela Chow

Pop-up restaurants are few and far between, but when they do happen, they tend to be massively popular. Combine the charm of novelty with the limited-time-only lure that sparks our kiasu hearts, and you’ll get the recipe for an unforgettable dining experience.

We’ve recently gotten a taste of pop-up concepts like the Pokemon Cafe and theatrical dining company Andsoforth‘s projects, but we’re craving for more. Here are seven of the most fascinating pop-up restaurants we want to see in Singapore.

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Photo: Pata Negra / Facebook

1. Play poker to win your meal

Last year, company PokerStars teamed up with Spanish restaurant Pata Negra in Bristol, UK, to set up a poker-themed dining experience. Patrons sat at a free-to-play one-table turbo tournament and played three rounds of poker.

The player with the biggest pile of chips at the end received a free three-course dinner, while the second and third places enjoyed discounts on their food.

Of course, the event also came with obligatory poker-inspired dishes, such as Three-of-a-Kind skewers and The Pot, a dark chocolate dessert with olive and rosemary shortbread.

If done in Singapore: Make it a Mahjong tournament. Sell Mahjong tiles made of kueh and deal chips made of colourful wafer circle snacks.

Also read: Craving For Kueh? A Giant Kueh Festival Is Coming Soon

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