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Dine For Free At Nic & Tom Eatery When They Reopen In Chinatown

25th July 2022

Nic & Tom reopens in Chinatown

When Nic & Tom Eatery closed their Serangoon Gardens diner after three years there, the internet lamented the end of their cheese bee hoon days. Here’s some good news, less than two months after they shuttered that location—they’re reopening this Wednesday, 27 July 2022, in Chinatown! That’s not the best part: they’re letting everyone dine for free till Friday, 29 July!

nic & tom chinatown - interior shot
Image credit: Nic & Tom Eatery

This promotion comes as a gesture of appreciation from Nic & Tom to all their loyal customers who’ve supported them throughout their years at Serangoon Gardens, and to welcome one and all to their new, monochromatic-themed space that seats up to 96 diners.

nic & tom chinatown - exterior shot 2
Image credit: Nic & Tom Eatery

If the deal sounds too good to be true, it isn’t: save for the Lobster Pao Fan ($36) and Creme Brulee ($4.90), you can order everything on the menuThere’s also no dining time limitation, although you will be charged for food wastage.

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Apart from that, all you’ll have to do is follow these steps ahead of your meal here—follow the Nic & Tom Instagram page, like their latest Instagram post, and tag three friends who aren’t dining with you. Then, share this post on your own Instagram stories, and you’re set to eat as much you can on the house! Do note that they’re not taking reservations, so you’ll have to walk in.

Nic & Tom Eatery - seafood cheese bee hoon

If you’ve never been to Nic & Tom, check out our review of their famed Seafood Cheese Beehoon ($9.90). Should you prefer, there are Abalone and Big Scallop versions, both priced at $15.90. What’s noteworthy is that Nic & Tom charges only 1% service charge on top of GST!

Nic & Tom Eatery - tuckshop rice

We also tried the Tuckshop Rice ($1.90) on our last visit here, which we absolutely loved.

Nic & Tom Eatery - pig trotter rice

Then, there’s Hakka Yong Tau Foo ($5.90) and Pig Trotter Rice ($5.90), the latter of which featured melt-in-your-mouth skin and preserved vegetables on pearl rice.

nic & tom chinatown - sesame bunsImage credit: Nic & Tom Eatery

At this new Sago Street outlet, Nic & Tom is introducing new dishes, including Nic & Tom Sesame Buns ($3.90 for one), filled with shredded pork, and topped with black and white sesame seeds that match their BNW interiors.

For more Chinatown eats, check out these Chinatown food gems in the ‘hood. Otherwise, there’s also Want Taiwanese Food for lu rou fan and more!

Address: 6 Sago Street, Singapore 059011
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website
Nic & Tom is not a halal-certified eatery

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Featured image adapted from Nic & Tom Eatery

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