[Giveaway] Dine (and Save) with Standard Chartered at Wildfire Burgers and The Song of India
Standard Chartered Credit Cardholders, you are in for some serious dining treats and privileges, available at a wide range of dining establishments from a one Michelin star restaurant like The Song of India to a fun, casual eatery such as Wildfire Burger.
Standard Chartered has partnered with a selection of reputable and popular restaurants to offer exclusive weekday dining privileges for cardholders. These dining privileges cater specifically to busy executives who want to dine and unwind around town after a long day at work.
From now on till 31 December 2016, Standard Chartered Credit Cardholders get to enjoy up to 15% off their total bill at over 100 participating restaurants from Mondays to Fridays.
In addition, with an accumulated minimum spend of S$300, cardholders can get 6% cashback (up to S$50) at the participating restaurants.
For your next gathering, besure to tap on the Standard Chartered Dining Journeys privileges to get discounts and cashback as a little reward for yourself.
There are many participating restaurants and I will be sharing two distinctly different ones, with different dining settings. For a casual dining experiment, Wildfire Burgers will be a good choice. If you are going for a more private, quiet dining experience The Song of India will be my recommendation.
Wildfire Burgers is conveniently located at [email protected] and easily accessible via MRT at Somerset station. The restaurant offers casual American dining with a chic, fun ambience.
These were the dishes sampled:
Sriracha Chicken Pops (S$13)
Battered Atlantic Cod Fingers (S$15)
The Works (S$23)
– 120g grain -fed premium aged beef patty, arugula, sliced tomatoes, streaky bacon, Parmesan crisp, egg, crispy onion, guacamole and brioche bun
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Speculoos Waffles (S$15)
– Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and Caramel Sauce
The portions are generous and you can get great value from a hearty meal at Wildfire Burgers. Couple this with savings from the Standard Chartered Dining Journeys privileges and you can get your tummies filled at a very reasonable price!
This place is great for a binge session to pig out for the day with a bunch of friends or colleagues.
Address: 313 Orchard Rd, #01-28, Singapore 238895
Phone: 6509 4408
Mon-Thu: 10:00 am – 10:30 pm
Fri-Sun: 8:30 am – 10:30 pm
The next stop, The Song of India, is the only Michelin-starred Indian restaurant in the whole of Southeast Asia. If you are looking for a place for the best Indian food in town, you can’t go wrong with The Song of India!
The restaurant is located in a standalone classic black and white heritage bungalow at Scotts Road, near the Orchard Road shopping belt.
Since opening its doors in April 2006, the restaurant has received many awards and accolades, with the most recent being a one Michelin star rating from the inaugural Singapore Michelin Guide 2016.
The executive chef of The Song of India, Chef Manjunath Mural hails from a family of doctors, but broke away from the family tradition to pursue his love for cooking, achieving great success in his culinary pursuits.
These were the dishes sampled:
Sarson Cod Tikka
– Chargrilled black cod marinated with mustard oil, coriander and tamarind
– Tiger prawns in onion mustard salsa and hand-pounded spices
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Flambe Leg of Lamb
– Flambeed, slow-cooked leg of lamb served with afghani-spiced sauce
Subz Mele Jule Kofta
– Dumplings made from a medley of vegetable and cottage cheese
– Fine punjabi basmati delicately flavoured with saffron
Saffron and Sesame Naan
Mushroom Truffle Naan
Alphonso Mango Kulfi
-Alphonso mango flavoured home made frosty
The Indian cuisine is rich in flavour with the expert use of various spices, and the dishes at The Song of India are among the very best you’ll get to savour in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
I enjoyed all the mains and starters and lapped everything up to the last morsel. My only holdouts were the desserts because I generally find Indian desserts too sweet for my personal liking.
The flambeed leg was absolutely fantastic and likely the best I have tasted so far. The meat was cooked till it was soft and succulent, yet a little tangy on the bite. There is no gamey taste as it is with most lamb dishes, but instead, the mutton aroma was integrated nicely with the spices used.
The tandoori chicken and the opening cod dish were equally memorable, each leaving a lasting impression on my palate for their distinct flavours.
Even the humble naans, complementing the mains, were outstanding at The Song of India. The mushroom truffle naan was an interesting fusion of east and west while the saffron and sesame naan gives a taste of luxurious Indian dining.
The Song of India is a must-visit for those who love Indian food.
Prices are on the mid to high end, hence the Standard Chartered Dining Journeys privileges will come in handy when dining here.
33 Scotts Road
Lunch: 12pm to 3pm
Dinner: 6pm to 11pm
(Open 7 days a week)
Valet parking available
Tel: +65 6235 9604/ +65 6836 0055
Email: [email protected]
Reservations are recommended.
Happy dining (and saving) with Standard Chartered!
Alvinology X Standard Chartered Exclusive Giveaway
In a special partnership with Standard Chartered, we will be giving away 2 x S$50 dining vouchers at either Wildfire or Song of India to 2 lucky readers!
To win, simply complete the following:
2. ‘Like’ and share this post on Facebook and tag at least one friend in your post whom you would like to dine with if you are one of the winners.
3. Tell us which restaurant you wish to win vouchers for and why by commenting below or on our Facebook post. Contest ends at 11.59pm on 30 November 2016. The winner will be notified via Facebook, and must be able to collect the prize in Singapore.
This story was produced in conjunction with Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore) Limited. All information provided is on an “as is” basis and for informational purposes only. Standard Chartered and the independent providers or restaurants are not liable for any informational errors, incompleteness, or delays, or for any actions taken in reliance on information contained herein. For more information on the Standard Chartered Dining Journeys promotion and a full list of participating restaurants, head over to sc.com/sg/dining now.