We’re delighted to have been asked to sponsor NTU Hall 10’s “Lovebites” Charity Skate & Run Challenge. This year, their chosen beneficiary is APSN (Association of Persons with Special Needs).
For more info & registration, go to www.lovebitescharity08.com
We hope you’ll pop by & participate too. All proceeds from Lovebites go to the construction of a new school building for APSN.
There will cheerleading performances, bands, balloon sculpture, and stage games with prizes.
If you manage to grab one of our little vouchers, we have mini surprise for you too.
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If you’d like to be a volunteer, give Huang Huiying a buzz at 9173 1496.
Our web servers will be performing maintenance & upgrading work on Saturday 20th September, at 2am and 4am EST (2pm and 4pm Singapore time).
There will be a short downtime of not more than 30 minutes during the 2-hour maintenance window.
We apologise for the inconvenience caused, if any.
This will only affect our website. Business as usual at the shop.
Hearty soup of the day served with warm Panini bread & Petite Green salad trickled with delicate multigrain vinaigrette
– Pan-grilled Australian Ribeye steak topped with a light brown sauce, and sautÃƒÂ©ed mushrooms
– King-sized Grilled Pacific Dory grilled with a wine and oil glaze, topped with char-grilled capsicum bits
– Brazilian Lamb chops with an intriguing Mint Pesto
– Chunky Seafood Broth with pan-seared Button mushrooms and zesty herbs
– Ridiculously Tender Buttermilk Chicken Breast in a citrusy Orange glaze
Not-too-sweet Mango Mousse slice topped with a scoop of low-fat Vanilla gelato, scattered with almonds & cinnamon sugar
Fresh brewed Coffee OR choice of Hot/Iced Tea
$30 nett per head
The Garden Slug
55 Lorong L Telok Kurau, #01-59 Bright Centre, Singapore 425500
Tel: 6346 0504
Or make a reservation via sms:
Sophia 8138 7539 | Joseph 9006 4163 | Sharon 9225 7913
A Telok Kurau resident named “Law” has written to us a couple dozen times throughout the past year, warning us and our dear customers to be mindful of traffic rules and fire safety.
“Law” tries to get their message across by posting comments on many of our blog posts. To a large number of bloggers and readers alike, this would be considered spamming.
We thought we’d let “Law” have their own blog post, once and for all, to get their message out to the “public”, as they have undoubtedly put in countless hours in front of the computer working on the behalf of all the other kind and wonderful residents of Telok Kurau.
We reproduce Law’s message here in full.
Should any of our dear readers and/or diners like to exchange helpful traffic tips with “Law”, they can be contacted at the following e-mail addresses:
Name: Law | E-mail: email@example.com |
My apologies for any inconvenience caused.
If you are driving to the Garden Slug at Telok Kurau for a meal, be mindful of parking along the roads in the residential area. Many cars have been found booked by the traffic police. The residents actively report all traffic situation to the relevant authority (i.e. traffic police and neigbourhood police). You may be lucky, once or twice, but donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t count on your luck too much.
The issue here is fire safety. Think of a building and why common corridors must be cleared for emergency. Indeed, long before this restaurant appeared, the fire authority have the foresight to install fire hydrants at the end of several lanes at Lorong L for fire engine services. Thus these lanes are fire engine access drive way; if a fire were to break out and the fire engine failed to arrive on time at the scene, because of vehicles blocking the road, innocent human lives would be lost.
On these roads where the fire-hydrants are located, there are single and double law enforcement (yellow) lines. Depending on the road situation (e.g. if too many cars lined the road), you may also be booked on single lines after 7 pm and on Sunday.
However, the (cash-card) car-park at Bright centre is really dirt cheap (honest), considering that you can drive all the way to have a meal at the restaurant which could easily cost you tens of dollars. Alternatively, if you feel that paying for parking is unjustified, you could ask the friendly proprietors (Joseph and his colleagues) of the restaurant for a parking refund as part of their Good Business Practice approach..
Have a good time but be mindful of the residents over there.
My apologies for any inconvenience caused.
“The (cash-card) car-park at Bright centre is really dirt cheap”, says Lawandorder.