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Find me a date: Hardi and Wyntrice
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Find me a date: Hardi and Wyntrice

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

Written by
Time Out Singapore editors

The date

Our daters had a meal at 1-VU

First impression

Hardi: “She had a good energy and I liked how she made me feel comfortable.”

Wyntrice: “He looks like a kingpin, or someone in the mob.”


Hardi: “There was a constant flow of communication and she was funny.”

Wyntrice: “It was really friendly. We bonded over our favourite movies, TV shows and Phoebe Waller-Bridge.”

Awkward Moment  

Hardi: “When the lights dimmed suddenly and we both felt sleepy and the conversation dipped a little.”

Wyntrice: “Probably right at the start – as always on any first date – but the conversation flowed soon after.”


Hardi: “I said it was nice meeting her and we parted ways. I had to head to the hospital to check in on a client.”

Wyntrice: “Called it a night! I had an early morning, he had work to attend to. #Adulting.”


Hardi: ♥♥ “I had fun and the conversation was great – it went into interesting tangents at times.”

Wyntrice: ♥♥ “Blind dates or first dates might seem scary at first but don't overthink it.”

  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary Asian
  • Sentosa

The atmosphere

“It was by the beach, and there were fireworks from the Wings of Time show – it was a perfect combination.” – Wyntrice

The food

“The octopus was really tasty! But the dark horse dish was the Thai-style natto long bean hot salad.” – Wyntrice

The drinks 

“I had a whiskey sour and a Sunset on V:U cocktail, which were really good.” – Hardi

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