Chope year-end food deals
If you’re planning to feast your way through December to celebrate the end of 2022, mark 7 December and 8 December on your calendar. These two days signal the Chope Year End Sale , the brand’s largest F&B sale yet. Expect over 1,000 deals ranging from just $1.99, with extra storewide discounts too. These include snacks, buffets, and other exciting dining experiences! There are also flash deals where you’ll be able to nab $0.99 dining vouchers.
As part of the Chope Year End Sale, 10 lucky diners will stand to get 100% money back on their order. Every order made during the sale has a chance to be chosen. To lower the odds, you can also share your purchase on your Instagram Story, and tag @chopesg for five additional chances.
Check out some of the food deals you can’t miss at the sale.
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1. Da Shi Jia Big Prawn Mee (Killiney)
Da Shi Jia Big Prawn Mee is a hae mee eatery in Orchard founded by the son of the Big Eater zi char empire. After deciding to branch out on his own, the young cook learned the trade under a famed prawn mee stall, before tweaking the recipe to make it his own. Try this out for yourself at Da Shi Jia with a 1-for-1 deal on their White Bee Hoon Combo Meal. Priced at $24.40 (U.P $48.80) for two portions, you’ll get to dig into a bowl of their signature white bee hoon, infused with wok hei, and a shiok gravy rich with the flavours of the house-made prawn stock. 1-for-1 promos are also available on other Da Shi Jia Big Prawn Mee signature items, such as their Poached Rice Combo Meal and Prawn Noodle Meal Set.
Address: 89 Killiney Road, Singapore 239534
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 8908 6949
Da Shi Jia is not a halal-certified eatery.
2. Old Hen Kitchen
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Caffeine lovers, this one is for you: Old Hen Kitchen is offering 1-for-1 deals on their signature cold brew drinks for the duration of the Chope Year End Sale, so bag a voucher while you can. The cafe is best known for its brunch and being ahead of the cold brew curve, launching their bottled range well before the hype surrounding cold brew truly took off in Singapore. If you’re a latte fan, we recommend the smooth Cold Brew White, which is now priced at $7.60 (U.P. $15.20) for two. Alternatively, get the earthy Cold Matcha, priced at $8.25 (U.P. $16.50) for two if green tea is your preferred caffeine fix. There’s also the 1-for-1 Cold Dark Cocoa, priced at $7.60 (U.P. $15.20), perfect for chocolate lovers!
Address: 127 Owen Road, Singapore 218931
Opening hours: Daily 9:30am to 5pm
Tel: 6291 0632
Old Hen Kitchen is not a halal-certified eatery.
3. Devil Chicken
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Taiwanese-style fried chicken kiosk Devil Chicken is offering a 1-for-1 deal on their Signature Fried Chicken at their Jewel, JCube, and Northpoint outlets. Typically priced at $17.80, you can now get two portions of XXL fried chicken cutlets, in your seasoning of choice, for only $8.80. Options include original, spicy, plum, and seaweed. We recommend going for plum, as the sour plum powder adds a sweet-sour kick to the juicy chicken cutlet, or the mouth-watering spicy flavour, where the cutlet is dusted in chilli powder.
Devil Chicken is not a halal-certified eatery.
4. Ramen Shiba
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The newly opened shiba-inu-themed ramen restaurant in West Coast Plaza is worth trying out for its affordable ramen, all priced under $20. The tonkotsu broth here is thick and fatty, but not so rich you can’t polish off both noodles and soup. Try it out for yourself with their 1-for-1 Ramen deal, entitling you to two bowls of ramen for just $17.49 (U.P. $34.98). Choose from the Shiba Signature Butabara Ramen, which comes with stir-fried marbled slices of pork belly, the Black Garlic Tonkotsu with Flavoured Egg for a broth laced with aromatic black garlic, and more. The bowls come decorated with a cute Shiba Inu decal too, so be sure to snap a pic.
Address: 154 West Coast Road, B1-09, West Coast Plaza, Singapore 127371
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Ramen Shiba is not a halal-certified eatery.
5. Earle Swensen’s
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Dining at Earle Swensen’s is nostalgic for many, so relive those childhood memories once more with their 1-for-1 deal on their Signature Burgers. Choose two burgers and pay only $18.83 (U.P $37.66), which works out to less than $10 a person. There’s the Chicken Katsu Baga, starring a thick and crispy chicken katsu cutlet, the Jon Bun Jovi Cheeseburger, with a juicy beef patty and oozy cheese, or the classic Fish Burger Single to pick from. The deal is available at their VivoCity and Jewel Changi outlets only.
Earle Swensen’s is halal-certified eatery.
6. Kozen Sushi Bar & Restaurant
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Casual Japanese restaurant Kozen Sushi Bar & Restaurant has made waves online for their OTT maki rolls and sushi cakes, but they’ve also got plenty of other dishes on the menu worth writing home about. Their donburi bowls, for one, pair premium Japanese rice with fresh seafood, ranging from grilled unagi to sashimi. Jio a friend and try them out for yourselves with a 1-for-1 deal on their signature donburi bowls. Choose from Chirashi, Bara, Unagi, Salmon, or Salmon Ikura donburi bowls and save big as you pay just $35.19 for two bowls, instead of the usual $70.38.
Address: 22 Flanders Square, Singapore 209306
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 12pm to 3pm, 5pm to 10pm
Tel: 6816 0253
Kozen Sushi Bar & Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.
7. Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant
Perennial dim sum favourite Swee Choon Tim Sum is offering $1.99 dim sum deals as part of the Chope Year End Sale. You can get select dishes for just $1.99, allowing you to sort those cravings out with savings to boot. Choose from their comforting Mee Sua Kueh or Century Egg Porridge if you prefer a main dish, or between the Carrot Cake and Siew Mai for straightforward dim sum. Else, go for the Honey Butter Toast to round off the meal on a sweet note. This deal is available at three Swee Choon outlets: Century Square, Jalan Besar, and Ang Mo Kio.
8. Q-Wa Bar & Yakitori
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Japanese oysters for cheap are a rare find in Singapore, so be sure to bag this Chope deal when it’s out. East Coast izakaya Q-Wa Bar & Yakitori is offering diners a serving of plump oysters from Japan for only $1.99, instead of the usual $5.08. Each diner is entitled to a serving of these succulent shellfish, which can be enjoyed alongside Q-Wa’s extensive range of other yakitori and small bite options on the menu.
Address: 39 East Coast Road, Singapore 428756
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 5pm to 12am, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5pm to 12am
Tel: 6348 9938
Q-Wa Bar & Yakitori is not a halal-certified eatery.
OnlyCreamery has made waves online for their association with influencer Titus Low, and their tongue-in-cheek branding. If you’ve yet to pay them a visit, here’s your chance, as the cafe is offering scoops of artisanal gelato for just $1.99 (U.P. $5). A scoop of gelato these days can easily set you back anywhere from $3 to $5, so OnlyCreamery’s offer is more than welcome. There are eight flavours to choose from, including non-dairy sorbets. We’re big fans of the Roasted Sesame, filled with nutty notes of goma, and the tropical, refreshing Soursop Mint Sorbet.
Address: 36 Temple Street, Singapore 058581
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 11pm
OnlyCreamery is not a halal-certified eatery.
10. Idle at Prinsep
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If you’re looking for a pre-gaming spot before your next TGIF night out at the clubs, check out Idle at Prinsep. The Dhoby Ghaut bar is offering diners shooters for just $0.99 per shot, instead of the usual price of $3.33 each. Choose from fruity flavours such as the Rum Rinse, a fruity combo of calamansi, rum, and guava, the Pinky Guava, a combo of guava with vodka and ginger ale, or the refreshing Gin Punch, which pairs gin with apple and guava,
Address: 52A Prinsep Street, #01-01, Singapore 188683
Opening hours: Wed-Sat 5pm to 12am
Tel: 9182 5215
Idle is not a halal-certified eatery.
Chope Year End Sale 2022
End 2022 on a high note and save big as you celebrate with these Chope F&B deals. Don’t forget to save the dates—7 December and 8 December—and set alarms for 12pm and 10pm too, as these are when flash deals will be released!
It’s worth noting that there are storewide discounts you can use to save more too. Use ‘YESPAYLAH’ when you pay with DBS PayLah! and get $10 off when you spend $120 during the sale.
Also enjoy select dining category discounts such as:
- Extra $5 off on $50 spend across Japanese and Korean dining deals with ‘YESJAPKOR’
- Extra $4 off on $30 spend across 1-for-1 deals with ‘YES1FOR1’
- Extra $4 off on $30 spend across halal deals with ‘YESSEDAP’
- Extra $5 off on $60 spend across buffet deals with ‘YESBUFFET’
- Extra $3 off on $12 spend across desserts, bubble tea, and snack deals with ‘YESTREATS’
Featured image adapted from Q-Wa Bar & Yakitori and Earle Swensen’s.
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