Monday, May 05, 2014


Posh nosh at Flutes in the National Museum.

Katrina from The Public Relations Company and OpenRice have really taken out all the stops for the unveiling of OpenRice's newest app- OpenSnap.

Individual Ipads.
Just to, you know.
Try out the app since it could be downloaded onto our mobile phones but hadn't yet been launched for public use.

An Ipad in the hand was the Invitation to Play and Dream.
Registering myself on OpenSnap and taking my first picture of the beautiful hanging display.
This was after applying a filter.
Understated glam aptly described the ambience of Flutes.

This was the first time seeing the Country Manager of, Kenett Wong.
He boasts an impressive portfolio of social media start-ups and projects having been previously at

A passionate foodie, as he must rightly be working at OpenRice, his interest lies in heartland food. 
And he speaks of his usual food haunts at the neighbourhood hawker centres- All available on Opensnap. 

Jenny Sung from OpenRice HongKong was also there to share her experiences of using OpenSnap and leading us through a step-by-step guide to using this app and introducing the unique features of this new app.

So why Opensnap?

They were not kidding when they said that this app allows you to browse a million restaurants and pictures across 7 countries in Asia.
Just one app.

So you're stuck in the middle of nowhere and you're famished.
Or you're out and about meeting with friends who give you perfect faith for being THE food guru who knows where the good grub is.
Welcome to my life.

More reason for me and you to fall in love with OpenSnap?
The app automatically lists nearby food places within a 2km radius from your current location.
And even states how far you are from them.
It's like a foodie's dream come true.

And wouldn't you love a personalised food album?
Automatically sorted by restaurant or filed under home cooking.
It's a food journal made easy right at your fingertips.

So join me.
On my food journey on OpenSnap @bsmint

If you love stickers, then you'd love these stickers customised to each country.
Full on localicious flavour.
Now don't be saying I BO JIO for the HO JIAK foods!

I'm pretty sure that's us saying Ho Jiak!
And Tiff maintaining her composure with a happy smile. @tiffywong
Wide open mouths for more delicious food.

Anytime Instagram makes you hungry, start up OpenSnap to get those hunger pangs sorted.
Explore at your own risk.
Avoid the nights.
They are the hardest for empty tummies to bear. :)

Thanks to OpenRice for the invite.

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