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Busy ex­ec­u­tives who still want to start their day right can check out Crack­er­jack’s new Grab and Go break­fast of­fer­ings (be­low). Cus­tomers can choose from Homemade Bagel (with cream cheese or kim­chi cream cheese), Kale & Chicken Chimichurri wrap or Bircher Muesli, whose in­gre­di­ents in­clude oats, quinoa, co­conut flakes and straw­ber­ries. Crack­er­jack is lo­cated along Tan­jong Pa­gar Road. Har­ried ex­ec­u­tives in need of “med­i­ca­tion” to treat their stress­re­lated mal­adies could head to Apothe­cary, a “hid­den” bar be­hind the din­ing room at Oxwell & Co. The less ad­ven­tur­ous can have drinks such as the Blood Or­ange Ne­groni (above), but those who want some­thing more ex­otic can try cock­tails like Feni­cillin, which is a blend of Mon­key Shoul­der and Is­lay malt whiskeys, hon­eyed fen­nel, root ginger and cit­rus. Katsu lovers search­ing for a rel­a­tively af­ford­able meal could con­sider Fry Pan Shokudo. As ev­i­denced by its name, the eatery’s dishes are served on fry­ing pans. Try its Wafu-Oroshi Chicken Karaage for $9 (right). This set meal, which in­cludes salad, rice, soup and tofu, is sure to fill hun­gry bel­lies. Fry Pan Shokudo is lo­cated at Ise­tan Scotts Food Repub­lic.

OC­TO­BER 2017

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