Sar, Oct 8, 2016
After getting free Milo from the Milo van, Singaporeans can look forward to more free food, thanks to Nathan Hartono.
The singer may not have won the top prize in the China singing competition Sing! China, but Tung Lok is celebrating his achievement by giving away free servings of his favourite dishes this weekend, and a 25 per cent discount at its outlets on Monday.
The pride is understandable. Tung Lok's executive chairman, Mr Andrew Tjioe, just happens to be Hartono's uncle.
The group posted a congratulatory message and details of the three-day promotion on Facebook right after the finals concluded on Friday night.
So what's in store for dine-in customers?
On Saturday, there will be free servings of Spinach Tofu (because it's Hartono's favourite) at TungLok Signatures, TungLok Teahouse, TungLok Seafood and Shin Yeh Taiwanese.
Another of his favourite dishes, Liu Sha Bao, will be offered for free at Tung Lok Xihe Peking Duck, Tung Lok Heen and Lao Beijing on Sunday.
And on Monday, the group will be offering a 25 per cent dine-in discount on ala-carte orders at Lokkee, Dancing Crab, and Ling Zhi vegetarian, in addition to their other Tung Lok outlets.
Well, that's Hartono's age this year.
According to the post, customers must flash the Facebook message to enjoy the promotion, and terms and conditions apply.
More Milo peng on the way 15,000 cups of iced Milo, otherwise known as Milo peng were given away on Friday, a Nestle company spokesperson told Channel NewsAsia.
The promotion was a show of support for the local crooner, after he joked in a The Straits Times interview that he would rent a fleet of Milo vans if he won the singing competition.
But not to worry if you missed it, as according to their Facebook post, more Milo vans will be deployed to locations in the North, South, East, and West, soon.
We can't wait!
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