EAT FOR CHARITY
On Dec 10 at Novotel Singapore on Stevens, 12 chefs - including Robin Ho (The Prive Group), Pang Kok Keong (Antoinette) and Daniel Tay (Old Seng Choong) - will cook to raise money for the Special Education Financial Assistance Scheme through Project Happy Feet.
Tickets are $50 (one entry and two portions of food) from ww.projecthappyfeet.org/cfac17
Pizza Hut lets you eat pizza for charity.
Its latest Knotty Cheesy pizzas (from $26.90) come with a cheese-stuffed crust and either a barbecue or Hawaiian topping.
For every Knotty Cheesy pizza ordered, Pizza Hut will donate 50 cents to the Children's Cancer Foundation.
Town Restaurant (The Fullerton Hotel, Tel: 6877-8989) is hosting the Fullerton Charity Cook-off tomorrow.
Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale, general manager of The Fullerton Heritage, will participate in a mystery box cook-off against members of the food media, and diners will get to taste the dishes and vote for their favourite.
A festive spread is also available. Dinner is $98, with $25 going to the President's Challenge.
Those in the central business district can now get hawker fare delivered to them for a fee of $3.50, thanks to Honestbee's delivery service.
Dishes from Maxwell, Amoy Street and Hong Lim food centres are available for delivery on weekdays between 11am and 2pm.