Use miles to pay for meals or earn up to 6 miles per $1? Enjoy exclusive menus with special pricing?

Kris+, Singapore Airlines’ lifestyle app, has launched a “Kris+ Gastronomy Series” which features curated menus and privileges for its members.

These exclusive menus which are available via the Kris+ app, feature top restaurants in Singapore which includes Beurre, UNA @ Alkaff Mansion, The Spot, Red House Seafood, WAKANUI Grill Dining, and the Michelin Bib Gourmand listed Anglo Indian Café and Bar.

To experience these unique dining experiences, there are two ways of doing so: simply use your miles on Kris+ to redeem your bill; or store up more miles for your next dining adventure.

That means you can choose to earn more KrisPay miles by simply using cash, credit card or debit card for payment at these participating outlets.

Here’s what you need to do:
1. Check out one of Kris+’s partners exclusive course menus (more details below on the food)
2. Call to make a reservation at one of the 10 participating partners.
3. Choose to make payment with cash, credit or debit card and earn up to 6 miles per $1.

Get on Kris+ to find out more about this Gastronomy Series HERE.

Check out these 10 restaurants which are part of the Kris+ Gastronomy Series:

Anglo Indian Cafe
CHIJMES #01-13, 30 Victoria Street, Singapore 187996
Tel: +65 6873 2750
Opening Hours: 12pm – 11pm (Mon – Fri), 11am – 11pm (Sat, Sun)

Shenton Way, 1 Shenton Way, #01-08, Singapore 068803
Tel: +65 6636 9411
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Last Order 9:45pm (Mon – Sun)

Marina One, 5 Straits View, #01-10, Singapore 018935
Tel: +65 62842990
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Last Order 9:45pm (Mon – Fri)

Specialising in Indian cuisine, Anglo Indian Cafe & Bar at CHIJMES, Shenton Way and Marina One offers a large collection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Those who seek gluten-free dishes will have their fill as well.

Expect a spectrum of Anglo-Indian cuisine – everything from stewed veggies to grilled and roasted meats and seafood.

Recommended vegetarian mains are the classic Dal Bukhara and Paneer Butter Masala.

Dal Bukhara is a rich, creamy, and aromatic slow-cooked black lentil dish. Over gentle heat, the legumes are cooked with garlic, ginger, tomato puree, butter, and Indian spices. Best eaten with bread to soak up the gravy.

Get the Paneer Butter Masala for oft cubes of paneer, a low-fat Indian cottage cheese, are simmered in a rich and creamy tomato and butter gravy. Slightly sweet with a tang, the gravy is packed with flavours herbs and spices.

When it comes to non-vegetarian dishes, Butter Chicken remains the most popular choice whether in or outside India. It fuses diced grilled chicken tikka with butter, cream, tomatoes, and mild spices. Eat it with rice, or pair with Indian breads.

If you prefer lamb, go for the Indian Railway Mutton Curry. A mildly spiced dish, this lamb curry has boneless chunks of meat slow cooked with a variety of Indian spices.

Check out the menu – Anglo Indian Cafe ($90++ for 2 pax)

23 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089837
Tel: +65 9660 0597
Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm Last Order 2:30pm (Tues – Say), 5pm – 11pm Last Order 10pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun, Mon Lunch

Beurre (beurre, French for butter) is a modern restaurant along Bukit Pasoh serving a blend of Asian and European flavours.

It is helmed by Executive Chef Darwin Wong, who presents his menu through a selection of sharing plates. Discover his style, which is more modern, as he innovatively combines the best flavours of the East and West.

But apart from Beurre’s standard menu, he also crafted a thoughtfully curated 4-course dinner set for the Kris+ Gastronomy Series.

You’ll begin the course with a Deep-Sea Crab Salad, and Spanish Mackerel with Uni Seaweed Sauce for starter.

Main entrée is a Challans Duck Breast served with true pate tatin, carrot cinnamon puree, and citrusy-sweet honey yuzu infused beurre blanc.

If you love to eat duck meat, you’ll find the Challan Duck tender without the gamey taste. Compared to other ducks, its meat texture is smoother, cooked delightfully succulent.

End on a sweet note with a serving of Mayer Lemon Creme Brûlée with Champagne Gelato.

Check out the menu – Beurre ($58+)

Les Bouchons – Ann Siang
7 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069689
Tel: +65 6423 0737
Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 2pm (Mon – Fri),
Dinner 6:30pm – 10pm (Mon – Thurs), 6pm – 10:30pm (Fri – Sat), Closed Sun

Les Bouchons – Rive Gauche
60 Robertson Quay, #01-02, Singapore 238252
Tel: +65 6733 4414
Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 2pm (Tues – Fri), 12pm – 3pm (Sun)
Dinner 6pm – 10pm (Tues – Thurs), 6pm – 10:30pm (Fri – Sat), 5pm – 9pm (Sun), Closed Mon

Recognised as the one of the first in Singapore to serve French steak frites, Les Bouchon is the place to be for French-style steaks and bistro dining.

Since 2002, it has taken guests on a journey to Paris through its signature steaks, cooked upon request.

Les Bouchons is known for their trademark free flow of homemade French fries to go with the steak, plus a serving of mixed salad. A complete meal that pays homage to the great French tradition of steaks and fries.

For your main course, choose the big, juicy grilled Black Angus Ribeye Steak and regret not the indulgence. Perfect as is, the steak takes the next level with a luxurious dollop of Vigneron butter. The flavoured butter makes it more luscious and deepens the meat flavour.

Now all you need is a glass of a beautiful Bordeaux Red Wine. C’est la vie!

Check out the menu – Les Bouchons ($80++)

Mimi Restaurant
3A River Valley Road, #01-02 Clarke Quay, Singapore 179020 (Level 2)
Tel: +65 8879 0688 (Call/ Whatsapp)
Opening Hours: Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm (Sat – Sun), Dinner 6pm – 10.30pm (Mon – Sun)

Mimi is a swanky, contemporary Chinese restaurant settled on the upper floor of Riverhouse at Clarke Quay.

This 150-year-old mansion is one of the last two conserved Chinese mansions in Singapore, so it’s worth experiencing. Not only will it architecturally entice you but also intrigue your taste buds through the offerings at Mimi.

Menu at Mimi is predominantly traditional Chinese cuisine but peppered with modern takes to make it more memorable.

One dish to consider is Smoked Honey Glazed Cod, a delectable rendition of a very lean, white mild-flavoured fish. The smoking process adds a distinctive aroma while the honey glaze makes it savoury sweet.

The Roasted Sakura Chicken Ballotine is likewise recommended. Reared in a modernized farm minus the antibiotics and growth hormones, Sakura chickens are known for their more tender, juicier, and tastier meat. Roasted ballotine-style with stuffing, the chicken remains succulent, especially when enjoyed with the accompanying herbal jus.

Check out the menu – Mimi Restaurant ($78++)

Jewel, 78 Airport Blvd, #02-244/245 Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore819666
Tel: +65 6243 6052
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 10:30pm (Tue – Sun), Closed Mon

A dining oasis at Jewel Changi Airport, Perch is an integrated casual wine-and-dine concept.

Executive chef Lee Boon Seng of The Spot Singapore created its Asian-European fusion menu, which also showcases familiar Southeast Asian flavours.

The special Duck Leg Confit as part of the Kris+ Gastronomy Series Menu is prepared using local ducks. An order comes nestled over an orange carrot mousse, a dollop of carrot tarragon foam and pickled mustard seed jus.

Need a quick bite like a light pasta? They have a seafood pasta worth trying – Tiger Prawn and Sakura Ebi Capellini. Its al dente angel hair pasta is light enough, yet flavours are not lacking with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, lemon, garlic, thyme, and bird’s eye chili. Served topped with fresh tiger prawns and shrimps.

If you’re more into tomato-based pastas, get the Capellini Marinara. It has cherry tomatoes, garlic, Kalamata olives, capers and EVOO.

Check out the menu – Perch ($80++ for 2 pax)

Red House Seafood
Clarke Quay, 3C River Valley Road 01-02/03, The Cannery, 179022
Tel: +65 6442 3112
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2:30pm Last Order 2pm, 5pm – 10pm Last Order 9:15pm (Mon – Fri)
11am – 3pm Last Order 2:30pm, 5pm – 10pm Last Order 9:15pm (Sat, Sun, PH)

Popular for its crab specialties, Red House is one of Singapore’s pioneers and trailblazers when it comes to seafood.

Their fresh and quality ingredients and different Chinese cooking techniques are key to their longevity.

The next time you sense a seafood craving, head out to Clarke Quay and revel in their Braised Australia Lobster with Superior Broth.

This labour-of-love dish takes more than 8 hours of braising the lobster with a party of fish, pork, chicken, and prawns. To make sure the lobster meat remains tender, it is flash fried for 5 minutes before it is braised in the flavourful umami broth. An order gives you half a lobster.

Another speciality to indulge in is Abalone with Mushroom & Broccoli. This dish combines the unique texture and taste of the auspicious delicacy with the earthy flavours of mushroom and premium oyster sauce.

Check out the menu – Red House Seafood ($108++, minimum 2 persons)

The Spot
5 Straits View #01-26/27 East Tower, Marina One Show Gallery, Singapore 018935
Tel: +65 9835 9972
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 10:30 pm (Mon – Sun)

If you’re looking for an elegant yet flexible, all-in-one dining venue, The Spot at Marina One will not disappoint. Not only does it offer an all-day café but also a stylist full-scale restaurant and bar.

The Spot is designed to provide you that seamless wine-and-dine experience, whether by yourself, a small group, or a sensational but socially distant party.

For a light but tasty fish appetiser, try the Fjord Trout using a fillet of pink-fleshed sustainably sourced trout. Its mild flavour and delicate texture are complemented with sliced fennel and zucchini, topped with salty salmon roe. On the side is a curry mango emulsion and drops of green mango oil as flavour boosters.

For a more filling main course, the Asian Style Beef Short Rib is highly recommended. The tender cuts of beef are tossed in a sweet & sour glaze, and served with pickled oyster mushroom, daikon, and barley cep porridge.

Check out the menu – The Spot ($80++)

UNA at Alkaff Mansion
10 Telok Blangah Green, Level 2, Singapore 109178
Tel: +65 8126 8844
Opening Hours: 6pm – 10.30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

Transport yourself to Spain in a heartbeat by heading to UNA, a contemporary Spanish restaurant at Level 2 of The Alkaff Mansion.

Savour modern yet authentic Spanish cuisine through its unpretentious array of tapas, paellas, and grilled specialties a la parilla.

Dreaming of a juicy steak lately? Make it come true today with a serving of Wagyu A La Parrilla.

As the star of the series menu, this Wagyu tri-tip steak captures your attention for its succulence and char-grilled flavour. Complement its deep flavour with the classic salsa Española, flanked with a medley of Padron peppers, butter roast mushroom, and potato foam.

Check out the menu – UNA at Alkaff Mansion* ($118++)
*Available from 15 April onwards.

WAKANUI Grill Dining Singapore
5 Straits View, Marina One (West Tower) #04-02 The Heart, Singapore 018935
Tel: +65 6384 2665
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 5:30pm – 11pm (Mon – Sun)

Known for changing the steak dining scene in Tokyo, WAKANUI has expanded to Singapore in 2017 to offer steak lovers its signature binchotan charcoal-grilled steaks. It also features the best of New Zealand produce, including seasonal seafood and hand-picked wines.

WAKANUI’s first-class Marina One location is no less a perfect match to its top-quality beef and lamb from ANZCO Foods, New Zealand-based company. A precisely controlled production process ensures the meats are of optimal quality levels.

Indulge in their grilled specialties specially prepared in a centrally positioned open kitchen.

If you like lamb, you’ll find WAKANUI Spring Lamb to be exceptionally tender and delivering peak flavour and texture.

Ocean Beef Ribeye, WAKANUI’s signature steak, is just as tender. This premium cut comes from Angus cattle raised in New Zealand’s South Island and displays a balance of marbling and leanness parts. Cooking it over binchotan charcoals helps retain its natural juices and builds up its beefy flavours.

Enjoy with accompanying house made WAKANUI sauce, wasabi, and Christmas Island sea salt.

Check out the menu – WAKANUI ($120++)

Xin Cuisine
317 Outram Road, Singapore 169075
Tel: +65 3138 2531
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 3pm (Wed – Fri), Dinner: 5:30pm – 9:30pm (Wed – Sun
11:30am – 1pm or 1:15pm – 3pm (Sat, Sun Lunch)
Closed Mon, Tues

Located at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Xin Cuisine is an award-winning Chinese cuisine restaurant specialising in Cantonese delicacies.

Through its team of Master Chefs, it offers a wide selection of intricate handcrafted dim sums among other traditional Chinese fare.

Start off with a Duo Barbecued Meat Platter, featuring both duck and pork. Taste Xin Signature Tea Leaf Roast Duck, and the sweet savoury glazed barbecued pork loin.

Restore lost energy with a nourishing double-boiled soup. They offer a light fish bone broth peppered with cordyceps flower and mushrooms.

The main course features premium-grade rice grains poached in a sweet superior broth. Complementing the softness of the rice are seafood like prawns and scallops, with a side dish of crispy rice for a contrasting texture. Served piping hot in a claypot guaranteed to comfort your hunger away.

Check out the menu – Xin Cuisine ($88++, min 2 person)

The Kris+ Gastronomy Series from 9 April – 31 May is created by Kris+ and their dining partners that offers exclusive menus and privileges to KrisFlyer members.

With the Kris+ app, members get to enjoy exclusive privileges; pay with miles at partner outlets; and earn miles from daily spends.

For more details, head over to Kris+. (Use referral code A203418 for additional 500* KrisPay miles.)

* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Kris+.

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