Mileslife Review: what to eat with mileslife

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Looking for restaurants to go to with your Mileslife app? You are in luck!  Ever since we were introduced to Mileslife , we are on the hunt for value-for-money restaurants/cafes while accumulating miles through the app. I am listing my favorite Mileslife restaurants that you shouldn’t miss. What to eat with Mileslife? Check out this list.

Use promo code ” GA2017 ” to get 1000 miles with first spending of 49SGD excluding GST/Service Charge.

1.Sun Ray Cafe (Awesome and reasonable food + 3miles/$ + No GST/Service Charge + Dog Cafe)

What else to say, this is hands-down the most value-for-money cafe. No GST and service charge means every dollar spent in the shop will net you 3 miles per dollar on top of your credit card. The food served  is really good and priced very reasonably. It will not burn a hole in your pocket. Furry pet owners can be rest assured that they do have a separate kitchen catered for dogs and the food served are of quality.

If you are looking for a nice cafe to eat and earn miles, I will highly recommend Sun Ray Cafe!

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sun ray mileslife

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sun ray mileslife

You can find external review here : danielfooddiary

2.XiangCao (Hai Di Lao quality but cheaper)

Everyone one loves steamboat. But sometimes steamboat restaurants can get really expensive and crowded, especially on weekends. Here comes Xiang Cao. A Yunnan themed steamboat restaurant situated in the middle of Liang Seah Street. The interior decor is pretty detailed with the colours and furniture mimicking the whole Yunnan culture.  Prices are cheaper as compared to Hai Di Lao but  do not expect Hai Di Lao’s service quality. One thing we love about this place is the food freshness. Meat and seafood served are of standard and fresh unlike those cheap steamboat along the same street.

 

mileslife xiang cao

mileslife xiang cao

mileslife xiang cao

mileslife xiang cao

mileslife xiang cao

 

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