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Where can i buy chocolate fondue set?

Post by POPstar » Wed, 08 Feb 2006 2:13 pm

Hi all,do anyone here knows where can i buy a chocolate fondue set?
kindly please let me know if ya have any idea
thanks :D

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RE: I think in Tangs or Seiyu bugis

Post by bright_wave » Wed, 08 Feb 2006 2:32 pm

HI,

I think they have also a combination fondue cum mini fryer set. I think that's large enough probably for 4 people, otherwise in tangs or seiyu at bugis junction they should have the normal fondue set.

I'm also looking to buy one too! :D :D

Hope you find it soon!

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Post by POPstar » Wed, 08 Feb 2006 5:40 pm

thank for your reply, ebay do sell various kind of chocolate fondue set.
you may also want to take a look :D

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Post by dyslexic_alien » Thu, 09 Feb 2006 11:10 am

think you can try carrefour at Plaza Singapura. they do sell the "cascading/waterfall" fondue set. Think u can give it a try :) Happy Valentines Day! (if that's ur purpose of buying the fondue set) :grin:

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Post by dyslexic_alien » Thu, 09 Feb 2006 11:11 am

think you can try carrefour at Plaza Singapura. they do sell the "cascading/waterfall" fondue set. Think u can give it a try :) Happy Valentines Day! (if that's ur purpose of buying the fondue set) :grin:

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Post by Bremen » Fri, 10 Feb 2006 12:04 pm

Carrefour, Tangs and Takashimaya sell them i believe.
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Post by POPstar » Fri, 10 Feb 2006 2:31 pm

ok,thanks,i will try to look over to those place...Happy valentine day to all~ :D

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Post by fung23 » Sun, 12 Feb 2006 11:58 pm

Hi, i've been looking for one also. For those in Tangs, Takashimaya are quite professional and expensive.

I just bought one in the Robinson, pretty good at REASONABLE price $12.9 per set :D :D , ceramic, ask the sales people cos they dont display as not many left.

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Post by bright_wave » Mon, 13 Feb 2006 11:20 am

That's very cheap! I'm going there today! :cool: :cool:

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Post by bright_wave » Tue, 14 Feb 2006 3:54 pm

I went to have a look - not exactly what I have in mind.... :???:

I prefer the normal fondue set.... :lol:

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Post by EPL » Thu, 16 Feb 2006 12:17 pm

*erm*..a choz fountain itself costs approx $200 from CK Tang/Isetan/Robinson/Carrefour hope a fondue set could be a whole lot cheaper. Well, you may want to compare those you have found in the department stores with a set offers by a cooking School? Go search under their retails section you would find:-

http://www.shermay.com.sg/retail.htm

Chocolate Fondue Set:
Porcelain Fondue Bowl
Porcelain/Stainless Steel Fondue Stand
Fondue Forks (sold per pc)
Valrhona Chocolate Couverture - Assortment of flavours & sizes (250g or 250g)
(includes foolproof recipe!)

You may call Serine Chan (Manager) @ 6479 8442 to find out more…
(hey,am not working for them, just thinking to sign up their cooking class though.. :oops: )

Btw, I’m still having this leaflet the last time I bumped into a stall, they were promoting their Chocolate Fountain outside of OUB Centre, I think it’s “made in Spore”
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Post by bright_wave » Thu, 16 Feb 2006 2:56 pm

[quote="EPL"]*erm*..a choz fountain itself costs approx $200 from CK Tang/Isetan/Robinson/Carrefour hope a fondue set could be a whole lot cheaper. Well, you may want to compare those you have found in the department stores with a set offers by a cooking School? Go search under their retails section you would find:-

http://www.shermay.com.sg/retail.htm

Chocolate Fondue Set:
Porcelain Fondue Bowl
Porcelain/Stainless Steel Fondue Stand
Fondue Forks (sold per pc)
Valrhona Chocolate Couverture - Assortment of flavours & sizes (250g or 250g)
(includes foolproof recipe!)

You may call Serine Chan (Manager) @ 6479 8442 to find out more…
(hey,am not working for them, just thinking to sign up their cooking class though.. :oops: )

Btw, I’m still having this leaflet the last time I bumped into a stall, they were promoting their Chocolate Fountain outside of OUB Centre, I think it’s “made in Spore”

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