4 Restaurants That Let You Earn Extra Miles For Your Next Holiday When You Dine
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4 Restaurants That Let You Earn Extra Miles For Your Next Holiday When You Dine

5th May 2022

Kris+ dining deals


With border restrictions gradually being lifted, airline miles are becoming more and more relevant as we feel the urge to satisfy our wanderlust. Enter Kris+, the lifestyle rewards app from everyone’s favourite homegrown airline━Singapore Airlines. 

From now until 30 June 2022 only, receive a whopping 15 miles per $1 spent, which is the highest miles-to-dollar reward we know of, when you dine with the Kris+ Gastronomy Series. That’s equivalent to a 10% rebate in miles, up from the usual rate of 6%. And the sweetest part of this deal is that miles earned through Kris+ are on top of all other existing credit card rewards!

Choose from a range of specially curated dining menus and pay with the Kris+ app to earn your way to the next holiday. If for any reason you don’t wish to travel yet, you can also choose to offset your bill by redeeming miles.


1. LeVeL33


Heirloom TomatoImage credit: LeVeL33

Enjoy a panoramic view of the Marina Bay cityline at LeVeL33—the world’s highest urban microbrewery—while you enjoy a Kris+ exclusive set dinner. Available for $148 nett per person, this five-course meal consists of a starter, two sides, a main and dessert. 

Begin your meal with the tangy Heirloom Tomato, which sees it topped with a generous amount of Stracciatella cheese and seaweed caviar. The starter is finished with a drizzle of smoked extra virgin olive oil, and some aged balsamic. 

Local SeabassImage credit: LeVel33

You have two options for your main course: Little Joe 100% Pasture-Fed Sirloin—a sirloin steak garnished with onions caramelised in IPA, roasted yeast compound butter, and served with a glass of Chateau Guibot. 

The second choice is the Local Seabass, which sees a crispy pan-seared sea bass fillet served atop a bed of crab and barley risotto, sea vegetables, and gremolata sauce. Enjoy the sea bass with a glass of Hannes Reeh Unplugged Chardonnay, which has notes of vanilla and peach. 

Address: 8 Marina Boulevard, #33-01, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, Singapore 018981
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:30am to 12am, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 2am
Tel: 6834 3133
Website
LeVel33 is not a halal-certified eatery.


2. The Spot


Kris+ Gastronomy Series The Spot Sidelay

Pop by The Spot for a lunch date with this special four-course Kris+ meal that’s priced at $94 nett per person. Start with the Cheese Bread, and chase that with their Raw Hokkaido Scallops. Dressed in a sweet and zesty nam jim—Thai for “dipping sauce”, the fresh scallops are also accompanied by sweet potato puree and cashew nuts. 

You’ll also get to enjoy the Foie Gras De Canard, and a choice of mains between the Grilled Hamachi or the Asian Style Beef Short Rib. The latter comes with a risotto-like barley porridge and pickled oyster mushrooms alongside tender sous-vide beef. 

Kris+ Gastronomy Series Saffron Coconut Rice Porridge

Finish your meal with a Saffron Coconut Rice Porridge, garnished with an orange and coconut tuile. The quenelle-shaped chocolate sorbet is bittersweet and light on the palate. 

Address: 5 Straits View, #01-26/27, Marina One East Tower, Singapore 018935
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 9835 9972
Website
The Spot is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. Mikuni


Gastronomy Series Lunch SetImage credit: Mikuni

Mikuni at Fairmont Singapore has long established itself as one of the stalwarts of Japanese fine dining in Singapore. If you want an elegant work lunch, take your dining partner there and enjoy their exclusive Kris+ Gastronomy Series Lunch Set at $195 nett for two. You’ll get an A5 Miyazaki Wagyu Sirloin Steak, alongside various side dishes and the dessert of the day

Omakase dinnerImage credit: Mikuni

For date nights and special occasions, Mikuni also offers Omakase dinner at $300 nett per person. The seven-course meal has seasonal highlights such as the Signature Five Eggs Kristal Caviar, and Toro Sashimi served with Kyushu Soy Sauce, and is paired with a flight of three different sake. 

Address: 80 Bras Basah Road, Fairmont Singapore, Singapore 189560
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 6431 6156
Website
Mikuni is not a halal-certified eatery.


4. Jarrell’s 


Kris+ Gastronomy Series DecadenceImage credit: Jarrell’s

Jarrell’s Gastronomy Series menu consists of a starter, main course, and dessert for only $45++ per person. Choose between the Decadence and Cure for Hangover as your starter. The former gets you a salad with pan-seared foie gras and mushroom ragout, while the latter is a venus clam broth, which is ironically cooked with Shao Xing wine. 

Kris+ Gastronomy Series Legacy of EeminImage credit: Jarrell’s

Whether you go with the District Nine Pasta—a tom yum-based squid ink spaghetti—or the Minotaur Burger, which features a wagyu patty doused in special kicap manis sauce, your taste buds are sure to be intrigued by the Asian-fusion mains. The Legacy of Eemin dessert rounds off the three-course meal, which sees a brown sugar sea salt panna cotta topped with a shot of Baileys Irish Cream for a boozy ending. 

P.S: Reserve a table via the Makan+ function on the Kris+ app to earn an additional 100 miles on top of everything!

Address: 198 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068637
Opening hours: 11:30am to 12am
Tel: 6223 1766
Website
Jarrell’s is not a halal-certified eatery.


Earn 15 miles per dollar with Kris+


This May and June, experience different cuisines from around the world without flying in the Kris+ Gastronomy Series at these following restaurants.

Save more as you spend with Kris+, as you’ll also be credited with an additional $10 rebate in your Kris+ app, as long as you spend $70 and above with Mastercard through the app. Terms and conditions apply. New joiners to the app will also receive $8 instantly in their Kris+ app when signing up with the limited-time-only referral code ‘KPEB2205’

Download the Kris+ app now!

Photos taken by Chew Yi En.
Featured image adapted from Jarrell’s, Mikuni, and LeVeL33
This post was brought to you by Kris+. 

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