Celebrate With Mum

No Circuit Breaker will break the love for mom.

By Kelvin Low      8 May 2020

Mother’s Day falls on 10 May. This year however, having to stay home due to COVID-19 Circuit Breaker measures means a day out is out of the question. However, you still can show love, appreciation and spoil your special mums on Mother’s Day by picking up these meal packages yourself.

Photo Credit: Pin Si Kitchen Pte Ltd

Pin Si Restaurant


Enjoy a seven-course meal with Pin Si Kitchen from $42/pax. Located at SAFRA Yishun Country Club, the restaurant offers two Mother’s Day special menus which serve four, or six people. Both menus include their signature dishes, one of which is their deep-fried prawn dates with crispy fish skin and salted egg. You can add additional dishes from the regular takeaway menu which starts at $29.90 for three mains, or purchase Pin Si “Ready to Serve” products at selected Sheng Siong and Giant outlets.

Photo Credit: Eatzi Gourmet Steakhouse & Bistro

Eatzi Gourmet Bistro


Starting from $88 for the set meal bundle for two, the menus include Seasoned Baby Octopus on Fruity Mesclun Salad, Cream of Truffle & Mushroom Soup, a choice of main courses and a cake to top it off! Eatzi Gourmet Bistro is also offering a $10 return voucher for SAFRA Members who spend a minimum of $30 on takeaway orders from 1-10 May at SAFRA Yishun’s Eatzi outlet.

Photo Credit: Qian Xi Restaurant

Jubilee Garden Restaurant


SAFRA members enjoy an additional 50% off the Mother’s Day Set Meal, which is a five-, or six-course meal which serves four or six people. With up to eight main courses to choose from two different menus, you’ll be spoilt for choice with Creamy Butter Prawn and Roasted Crispy Chicken as two of the many choices for mains. The restaurant also offers Roasted Suckling Pig and Chilli Crab on their menu for six and 10 pax.


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