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The Entertainer - DEN Food Tasting

DEN 29 Boon Tat Street
Earlier this week, The Entertainer kindly invited me to a food tasting session at DEN, a European-styled bistro by day and a tapas bar by night. Situated along Boon Tat street, the place has a modern and cosy layout, designed with the theme of travel in mind. A great place for couples to get a romantic dinner or a group of friends to chill out after work.

DEN is one of the many merchants that offers 1-for-1 through The Entertainer. For Lunch, all the pastas and mains qualify for this offer, and for Dinner, only the pizzas. I have heard about The Entertainer before but didn't know I can actually get so much savings with just a click of button! Shall share more about this in the later part of the post :)
DEN 29 Boon Tat Street
Watermelon Salad (Lunch) $10
Sweet cubes of watermelon mixed with feta, mint, sunflower seeds, farro, mesclun. A light salad dish to start off your meal at DEN.
DEN 29 Boon Tat Street
Beetroot Salad (Lunch) $10
I didn't like beetroot but the combination of beetroot with walnuts, mesclun, oranges, quinoa and rocket is really refreshing. All the ingredients are fresh and goes well with one another.
DEN 29 Boon Tat Street
Zucchini (Dinner) $8
This has to be my favourite out of all the tapas. A savoury dish with lemon zest, soy caviar, parmesan, toasted cashew nuts.
DEN 29 Boon Tat Street
Truffle Bacon Mushroom Pizza (Dinner) $18
The pizza crust was abit too thin and floppy for my liking but the great mix of ingredients: bacon, garlic béchamel, shitake mushrooms and truffle saved this pizza.
DEN 29 Boon Tat Street
Seafood Mafalda (Lunch) $13
Pasta with fish, squid and prawns, yuzu dressed rocket salad, fettucine in a tomato and cream sauce.
DEN 29 Boon Tat Street
Truffle and Parma Bikini (Dinner) $15
Looks can be deceiving, I didn't think much of this until I took a bite into it. The flavours of parma ham, truffle paste, vintage cheddar and parmesan, together with the crispiness of the crust was so good. I can't help getting a second serving of this!
DEN 29 Boon Tat Street
Grilled Squid (Dinner) $15
Chilli, garlic, anchovy, kaffir lime leaf
Pigs In A Blanket (Dinner) $10
Spicy Italian sausages wrapped in bacon, double mustard
Pork Belly (Dinner) $18
48 hour slow cooked pork belly served with apple kimchi and stewed granny smith apples. A rather refreshing mix and complements the flavour of pork belly well.
Den Wings (Dinner) $10
Soft juicy meat on the inside and crispy skin on the outside covered with spicy in house marinade.
Apple Crumble (Dinner) $8
There's always place for desserts and my favourite among them is this! Apples stewed in muscovado sugar, brandied currants and vanilla bean ice cream. Not overly sweet yet satisfy my sweet tooth.
Brownie (Dinner) $8 
Dessert that is instagram-worthy!
Bourbon bacon brownie soil, candied bacon, vanilla bean ice cream

After going through all these food, are you tempted to try some too? Before you go any further, download The Entertainer Singapore app on your mobile devices to enjoy 1-for-1 offer so you can try more at the same price! Unlike some companies that offer coupons at a lower price, The Entertainer Singapore is much more user-friendly and flexible. You can go back to all of the participating restaurants, spas and activities up to 3 times and enjoy buy one get one free offers each time. Or you can use all three offers at once for a party of six or more!
The Entertainer Singapore app retails at SG$75 but get it before the end of December at an early bird price of SG$60. It is available for purchase on the website ( or via appstore. Alternatively, if you prefer a physical copy, the Entertainer Singapore book is now priced at SG$75 including free shipping if you buy on the Entertainer’s website before 31 December 2015. It normally retails at SG$80 and is also available at selected bookstores.

PS. Quote 2015ALVIN and get an additional 10% off the final price! Grab the offer before it ends ;)

Before I end off, thanks to DEN and the awesome peeps of The Entertainer Singapore for this wonderful dinner! :)


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