Find me a date: Freddy and Amanda

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow of their blind date
Find me a date: Freddy and Amanda
By Nicole-Marie Ng |

The date: our daters had a meal at Alati

First impression

Amanda: ‘He seemed like a very happy-go-lucky kind of person.’

Freddy: ‘I had a good impression of her right from the start – she’s friendly and very approachable.’


Amanda: ‘There was no chemistry. We’re just at different stages in life.’

Freddy: ‘I don’t think we had a lot of chemistry…’

Awkward moment

Amanda: ‘I didn’t know who the reservation was under so I just approached the only table with a man sitting by himself.’

Freddy: ‘There weren’t any awkward moments. She was willing to open up and wasn’t shy to share.’


Amanda: ‘We both had to work the next day so we went home after dinner.’

Freddy: ‘We didn’t do anything after dinner, we just walked together to Tanjong Pagar MRT station to go home.’


Amanda: ♥♥ ‘We didn’t have a lot to talk about and just couldn’t click.’

Freddy: ♥♥♥♥ ‘I think she’s a nice and interesting girl but it’s a pity that we didn’t have any romantic chemistry.’

Restaurants, Greek


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The atmosphere

‘Alati had an amazing vibe. It’s a dinner date place that I think more people should check out.’ – Freddy

The food

‘The food was delicious. I especially liked the saltbaked fish that’s very fresh and good enough on its own.’ – Amanda

The drinks

‘The Amalia 2013 they served was bright and refreshing.’ – Amanda


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