It is a custom for Singaporeans to celebrate the different festive seasons such as Chinese New Year, and Hari Raya. Every year, the famous Geylang bazaar will be held a month before Hari Raya for Muslim families to stock up on their festive kuih. While shopping for their festive needs, they will snack on their favourite bazaar food like Broti and Praffles. Some of these famous brands have taken their businesses online and arrange delivery for a fee.
A famous milk tea brand, Broti, that always had long queue at public events had decided to take their business online and arrange for delivery instead. For $6 per cup, customers can get their Thai Milk Tea fix right at their doorstep. To order, head on to their website: http://broti.sg/
New business like Paparch SG has been capturing Singaporeans’ attention. It is a Muslim-owned home-based business that specialises in basque burnt cheesecake – a crustless cheesecake that is cooked at very high heat.
Each cake is suitable for 7-8 pax, at $49 and available for delivery at $10 per trip/location. Even though the business has only been introduced earlier this year, the popularity has surged and their orders for June has been fully booked. Head on their website and tune in for their next batch of orders intake: https://paparch.sg/
Selamat Hari Raya to our Muslim friends, and have a festive celebration!