Not sure if this post is suitable to go up here. but recently in Singapore, a kind warehouse has been making the round as being a new type of experience where visitors can just eat and shop without using any cash at all. Called habitat by honestbee, the place is started by the online delivery store Honestbee. I decided to visit the place to see what the hype is about and whether it's worth the visit.
You will need their Honestbee app to be able to enter the place and once inside, the place reminds me of IKEA, except this IKEA sells food and groceries. Every transaction is done via the app inside the place, which to me is quite an eye-opening experience because I am so used to cash.
The place is technically a large eating place situated in between shelves of groceries, though they do decorate the place to be bright and cozy.
With that being said, however, the food itself while wide in variety isn't exactly the most delicious. If I were to rate on the food alone, it'll be 3 out of 5 stars. Just average. Getting here is also slightly more troublesome as the place is not near a MRT station. Driving is the easiest choice, though there is a shuttle bus service from Labrador MRT station.
Still, I would say the place would warrant at least a visit due to its unique experience of paying everything via an app. Cause you know, Smart Nation and all.