ST+ news with benefits

Singapore Press Holdings subscribers can get a discount on the Flower Bread with Curry Chicken dish (above) at the Old Chang Kee Coffee House @ Our Tampines Hub outlet (right). PHOTOS: OLD CHANG KEE
Singapore Press Holdings subscribers can get a discount on the Flower Bread with Curry Chicken dish at the Old Chang Kee Coffee House @ Our Tampines Hub outlet (above). PHOTOS: OLD CHANG KEE

Check out what's new at Old Chang Kee

Old Chang Kee Coffee House has opened its second flagship store - at Our Tampines Hub.

It is located on Level 1 and offers new items such as Kampung Mee Goreng ($8.50), Crispy Chicken Drum with Hainanese Rice Ball ($8.90) and Crispy Chicken Burger with QQ fries ($8.50).

You will also find the signature item, Flower Bread with Curry Chicken ($11.90), with free-flow curry encased in buttery bread.

There is also a Happy Hour promotion from 2pm to 6pm daily. From $2.50, you can choose between sets such as Signature Puff Set and Plain Prata set.

There are also children's meals at $6.90.

 OLD CHANG KEE
Singapore Press Holdings subscribers can get a discount on the Flower Bread with Curry Chicken dish (above) at the Old Chang Kee Coffee House @ Our Tampines Hub outlet. PHOTOS: OLD CHANG KEE

Here is a chance for you to try the Flower Bread with Curry Chicken at a special price.

Singapore Press Holdings subscribers just have to flash the e-card found in the app to receive a 50 per cent discount off the dish.

This is valid till Sept 15 and only for dine-in customers at Old Chang Kee Coffee House @ Our Tampines Hub.

It is limited to one per receipt per table, and is not valid with other promotions, vouchers and offers.


Taiwanese noodles with a saucy kick

These are the noodles of the moment.

Tseng Noodles is the brainchild of Taiwanese TV host Tseng Kuo-Cheng, a veteran host with 30 years of creating gastronomic experiences under his belt.

So it is no surprise that these noodles have become so popular.

The noodles are sun-dried and made with just water, flour and salt, without any additives.

The ruffled edges of the noodles absorb the accompanying sauces well. Made from naturally fermented black beans, the sauces include Spicy Sichuan Pepper, Scallion Sichuan and Shallot.

The noodles are available in Singapore at all Shell petrol stations, as well as Lazada and RedMart.

There are 100 sets of Tseng Noodles worth $51.60 - comprising two types of signature noodles and two sets of rice noodles - to be given out to Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) subscribers.

To win, look out for the giveaway in the "Rewards" section in the SPH Rewards app, select the "Join" button and answer a simple question.

Terms and conditions apply.


The Straits Times Loyalty Programme allows readers to enjoy a whole range of dining, shopping and leisure perks by just subscribing to The Straits Times. There are also lucky draw prizes to be won and discounts on exciting events.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 24, 2019, with the headline 'ST+ news with benefits'. Print Edition | Subscribe