Partner's Review: Mimi Restaurant
12 Sep 2022
Located in a 150-year-old conserved Chinese mansion, Mimi is housed on the upper floor of The Riverhouse in Clarke Quay. Helmed by award-winning lifestyle and F&B company, 1-Group, this Chinese restaurant oozes an oriental charm with a modern twist in its dishes.
A Community Within a Community
15 Aug 2022
Here at 25Hours, we pride ourselves in having an inclusive community, with multiple communities having found comfort in joining our big family. Built around collective values, shared practices and thoughtful live events, our private lifestyle programme empowers members to network, grow, play and make an impact. A community within a community. That’s exactly what Supercars of Singapore (SOS) did.
Let’s greet our new September partners
9 Sep 2022
September is a month where many countries (that doesn’t include Singapore) are in the midst of a change in season. In good 25Hours fashion, we are also seeing changes this month, with new partners coming on board to serve our members. Expect dining spots with stunning views and activities that let you learn a new skill. Let’s delve in to find out who are our new partners are for the month.
Celebrate National Day with Our August Promotions
4 Aug 2022
Whether you’re watching the fireworks from home with loved ones, or enjoying a picnic planned with family outdoors, make it extra special with our featured Sake of August. Pair it with the best Grapes of the season, which are bursting with flavours like fireworks in the sky.
Partner's Review: Teppan Works
26 Aug 2022
Experience the intricate culinary traditions of Japanese teppanyaki dining along the streets of Tanjong Pagar with our new wine & dine partner, Teppan Works. With its name derived from the Japanese word for “iron plate”, you can expect piping hot
A Journey of Herbs & Senses with Chef Shen
27 Jul 2022
Food is so much more than simply orchestrating a few ingredients together to make something that looks appealing and tastes exceptional. It’s an entire sensory experience, a multi-modal perception, including taste, touch, sight, sound and smell. There is a huge debate about what our tongues can actually sense. We all know about the old saying of a ‘tongue map’ but it’s really the other four senses that put in the work.