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Restaurant Week Aug 17



Your chance to win a free meal from these restaurants at Central Embassy worth 5,000.- with every 1,000.- purchase of food & beverages at Central Embassy & Central Chidlom

Participating restaurants

Din Tai Fung / Harrods / Maisen / Nabezo / Nara

Terms & Conditions

• Total 10 prizes, each valued at 5,000.-. • Single-day receipts may be combined. • Register your receipts for the lucky draw at the Concierge, Level G. • Winners will be contacted by phone & must claim their prize by 31 Oct ’17

• The prize is valid for 1 free meal at 1 restaurant at Central Embassy, with a 5,000.- maximum value (any amount above the maximum will be payable by the customer). • May not be redeemed nor exchanged for cash. • Terms & conditions are subject to change without prior notice.

1–7 Aug ’17

Get a free dessert voucher from these restaurants with a min. 1,500.- purchase of food & beverages at Central Embassy

• Free Ice Cream from Siwilai Cafe

• Free Doughssant from Chikalicious

• Free Granola from The Girl & The Pig Bistro and Bakery

Terms & Conditions • Claim your voucher/snack at the designated counter on Level 5. • Single-day receipts may be combined. • May not be redeemed nor exchanged for cash. • Terms & conditions are subject to change without prior notice.

PLUS enjoy the special menu under Flower theme at participating restaurants

Another Hound Café  Virgin lavender mojito 
Audrey, Café Glamour  Flower pot cake 
Bao and Buns  Jasmine green tea, chrysanthemum tea 
Broccoli Revolution Embassy  Cauliflower low carb rice 
Candy Crepe  Blue butterfly pea tea  
Chikalicious Dessert Bar  White tea 
Coffee Beans by Dao  Blue butterfly pea roll 
Harrods The Plantation Rooms  Rose Lychee Seduction 
Hong Bao  Chrysanthemum tea 
Jo&Jelli  Meringue rose cookies 
Love Eat Bistro  Ice English Rose 
Mövenpick  Blueberry ice-cream with butterfly pea 
Muteki by Mugendai  Salmon skin fried roll 
Nabezo Premium  Cauliflower 
Nara  Fried rice with Thai herbs 
Paris Mikki  Lady Pinske 
Peppina  The Amalfi cocktail 
RICO  Cauliflower Salad 
Siwilai City Club  Soft chocolate and coconut pavlova 
Starbucks  Rose Earl Grey tea 
The Casks  The botanist 
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf  Black Tea Tropical Passion 
The Girl & The Pig  Havest Salad 
The Raw Bar  Salad 
Water Library Brasserie  Yellow fin tuna tartare 
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