A Unique Breakfast Experience
Unique pop-up stores have always caught my attention and thankfully, I didn’t miss the spectacular one by online design retailer Naiise Cafe.
With a great location at 72-74 Dunlop Street, on the outskirts of Little India, the store’s friendly vibe had us all roped in upon arrival. Featuring design products from more than 150 independent designers from Singapore and around the world, the store brought in the festive mood early. Having Singaporean companies work together under one roof was simply splendid, it’s high time local companies get their fair share of appreciation and support. Some exclusive products and services at the pop up store also included festive blooms, vinyl records and turntables, vintage home accessories, DIY wrapping stations and weekend workshops for everyone.
Besides this, I also got the chance to taste and indulge in some wonderful food, from food partners The Cajun Kings, Park Bench Deli, Morsels, Burnt Ends, Artichoke and Kith Café. The session I attended turned out to be a crepe and pancake making session, which was a delight to be part of. It’s given me quite a head start on mastering such skills and I’m eager to use my knowledge in the future, but I’ve got to buy a non-stick fry pan first! ”
Here’s the video illustrating what I’ve experienced - https://www.youtube.com/watch?
In addition, for the first time, customers can now help to identify and contribute towards recognising the efforts of those that exemplify great service experiences in Singapore.
The Singapore Service Excellence Medallion (SSEM) is back to recognise outstanding organisations that have pushed the boundaries to inspire a transformation in the local service industry and raise the bar in service excellence.
For the first time, you can make a difference by casting a vote for your favorite finalist organisations at www.makingexperiencescount.sg
Award your favorites with the recognition they deserve for their outstanding performance in their field. Show your support and vote now for your favorite organisations for the Singapore Service Excellence Medallion, vote here:www.