Habitat by Honestbee
A new shopping and dining concept offers advanced technology such as cashless payment for food and grocery, mobile app entry and exit control etc.
Upon arriving at Habitat by Honestbee, make sure you have your mobile phone loaded with “Honestbee App” first, set up your account as you need the Bee Pass from the app to scan at the gantry to enter the premises, you can’t walk straight into the cafe. For group visit, at least one person in a group needs to have the app to keep the gate open.
The 60,000 sq ft cafe consists of a supermarket where you can do your grocery shopping, there are varieties of food outlets and kiosks selling Eastern and Western cuisines, snacks, pastries, salads, Bento and seafood etc.
Take note that Habitat by Honestbee adopts complete cashless system, so there is no cashier at all and hard cash transaction is not possible, all payments are done through the mobile app from grocery shopping to payment of the food.
Shopping of grocery is made easy, simply push your trolley into the Checkout Point and someone will take care of the scanning and packing for you. You will be notified through email when it is really for collection, you can then proceed to pick up the stuff at the collection point. If you shop for 10 items or less, just use the Scan & Go feature on the app, payment is done electronically BeePay, Honestbee’s version of a digital wallet, so just take your purchases and go.
A good selection of food are available at Habitat by Honestbee, popular dishes include Tiger Beer battered fish & chips by Captain Snapper and fluffy Japanese pancakes by Riz Labo Kitchen.
Captain Snapper – Tiger Beer battered fish & chips ($14.90 -18.90)
You need to place the order through the app, after successful payment, you will be notified through the app when the food is really for your collection.
The fish and chips is one of the hot selling items here, the golden-brown beer battered fish were very crispy and fragrant outside and retained the tenderness of the meat, the crackling sound from the battered coating from the bites were a music to the ears, You can be hooked on the very first bite, all of us were trying to salvage every little batter crumbs left in the box just to enjoy the additive taste and we indeed called for repeat order just to satisfy the craving.
French fries were good too for the taste and texture and went well with the Citrus Thai Chili dipping sauce; there are 5 types of fish available: Barramundi, Dory, Haddock, Pollock, and Snapper. (4.0/5.0)
Poofy – Japanese souffle pancakes by Riz Labo Kitchen ($14.0)
Made from the quality ingredients and served with vanilla Chantilly cream, maple syrup and fresh strawberries and blueberries, the Poofy pancakes were wobbling when touch, pancake was done beautifully with its delicately soft, eggy and light texture, giving the perfect luscious taste in every bite with the nice sweet succulent taste. (4.5/5.0)
The bakery serves freshly in-house baked loaves and breads using only the basic premium ingredients to create the lovely bites. Give it a try.
Habitat by Honestbee created a new shopping and dining concept that can set for the future trend, we like the cashless system, the quality food and pleasant dining ambience that help to make it an ideal place for communal and family gathering. We do recommend that you give it a try but remember to bring along your mobile…
HABITAT BY HONESTBEE
A: 34 Boon Leat Terrace, #01-01, Singapore 119866
H: 10am to 10pm (Sunday – Thursday) and 10am to 12am (Friday, Saturday and Eve of Public Holiday)