Located at the newly opened Capitol Piazza in the City Hall area in Singapore, 1933 is the latest F&B concept by the BreadTalk Group, a home-grown international F&B group from Singapore.
The menu at 1933 seeks to recreate a taste of Nanyang, the colonial name of Singapore, bringing patrons back in time to savour the flavours of Singapore in the 1930s. Great effort is put into achieving a balance of Asian and Western flavours for a unique Southeast Asian regional style to reflect the Nanyang identity of migrants in the 1930s that adapted to Western influences.
Diners can look forward to hearty soups served in bread bowls to all-time Singapore favourites like Hainanese Kampong Chicken Rice, Grilled Pork Loin, Fish and Chips, or salads and side dishes.
For beverages, 1933 boasts a range of milkshakes, each served with a generous scoop of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream as well as specialty coffee brewed with Torrefacto coffee beans served in expresso style.
There is also a good selection of freshly-baked breads and tasty tarts, direct from 1933’s ovens, perfect for those who love a simple yet satisfying high tea after shopping nearby.
As Singapore celebrates its 50th birthday this year, what better way to celebrate SG50 than by enjoying a meal at 1933 for a walk down memory lane?
Here’s how to take part:
- ‘Like’ 1933 and Alvinlogy or Asia 361 Facebook Pages.
- ‘Like’ and share this post, tagging at least one other friend whom you would like to enjoy the meal with if you are selected as the winner.
- Comment why you want to win this lunch for two.
Three winners with the best answer will win a lunch for two, comprising two mains plus two beverages.
Contest closes on 30 July 2015. Winners will be contacted via email or Facebook.