- Cherry blossom chasers in Singapore are in for a sweet sakura treat
Hoping to catch a glimpse of the sakura flowers but not able to travel out to visit these blooming beauties this March? Singapore's favourite food delivery service Deliveroo and local bakers Zee & Elle will be bringing a taste of sakura to you in the form of hand-painted, sakura-flavored macarons.
The March-April period typically sees Singaporeans heading to Japan, Korea or Taiwan to catch sightings of the pale pink flowers. Foodie or not, any sakura-lover would want in on these sweet confections by Zee & Elle, handcrafted especially for Deliveroo fans. The macarons are flavoured with sakura flowers, baked, loaded up with sakura jam buttercream then painstakingly hand-painted by the bakers. A bite of these macarons - and with a little bit of imagination! - and you'll be transported to Tokyo, Nagoya or even Okinawa. What's more, this comes free of charge for the first 10 dine-in customers who make an order from any of the seven restaurants (and 11 food concepts) at the spanking new Deliveroo Food Market at [email protected] each day from 27 to 29 March 2019.* Deliveroo Food Market opened to public on 12 March, and offers Japanese concepts such as The Flying Squirrel and Ezo Hokkaido Eats.
So save the cash on booking last minute flight tickets now, just head on over to Deliveroo Food Market to get your sakura cravings satisfied.
*No minimum spend required
*Once redeemed, we recommend to consume immediately lest the flowers wilt