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Find me a date: Bee and Jeremy

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow account of their blind date...

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Time Out Singapore
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The date

Our daters had a meal at Kinou

First impression

Bee: “Jeremy seems like the good-boy type.”

Jeremy: “She seems very cool, hip and trendy, especially with the way she styled and dyed her hair.”

Chemistry

Bee: “There wasn’t really any chemistry.”

Jeremy: “There was definitely a connection due to our intellectual interests in the creative arts and our similar sense of humour.”

Awkward Moment  

Bee: “We had to be reminded by Ben (the owner of Kinou) to savour the food before it turns cold because he was talking so much.”

Jeremy: “The closest I can think of is when we got so distracted with eating the delicious dishes, but those were moments of mutual silent content.”

Afterwards 

Bee: “We went back home afterwards, couldn’t do much on a weekday!”

Jeremy: “We ended up talking until around 10.15pm and continued chatting during our walk to the MRT station where we exchanged phone numbers.”

Verdict

Bee: ♥♥ “He talked a lot but didn’t ask much about me during the date but he’s knowledgeable in arts and mythology.”

Jeremy: ♥♥♥ “I had a fun time! I could’ve laughed and talked about many things with Bee. It would be nice to get to know each other more.”

Restaurants, Fusion

Kinou

Tanjong Pagar

The atmosphere

“Kinou felt really homely and Ben and the staff are friendly and approachable.”– Bee

The food

“We had a variety of French- Asian fusion dishes. I really enjoyed the seared tuna.” – Jeremy

The drinks 

I had a very good cocktail called Clever Club, the spritz of absinthe made it refreshing and light.” – Bee

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