14 Food Places Doing Islandwide Delivery With No Minimum Spend For Solo Diners In Singapore

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Maybe, you’re craving for some beef noodles. But, no one else in the family feels the same. How do you hit that whopping minimum order of S$60 then? So, you drop the idea and grudgingly settle for that last pack of Indomee.

Yep, many food deliveries in Singapore during this circuit breaker aren’t the most friendly to solo diners, especially with the minimum spend requirement. But, all hope isn’t lost. There are still a fair number of places that wish to alleviate that struggle.

We’ve compiled 14 of those F&B outlets in Singapore doing islandwide delivery with no minimum spend! Solo diners, you don’t have to dread mealtimes anymore.


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Yep, this is the same “Beng” who cares. Run by the same two guys who started Beng Who Cares Foundation, Beng Who Cooks has been at Hong Lim Market & Food Centre for over two years now.

Their usual menu features rice and soba bowls but their delivery menu is a little more concise. You get four options, such as Beef Stew Rice and Fusili Pasta With Tofu.

Islandwide delivery goes at a flat fee of S$8 per location with no minimum order. Deliveries will arrive between 12pm to 2.30pm. Do order at least one day in advance.

Order via their Google form here.

Blanco Court Beef Noodles from FB

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This ain’t your pho or Lanzhou beef noods. Blanco Court Beef Noodles serves up traditional Hainanese beef noodles, and they’ve been doing this for a good 40 over years. Their range of dishes go from Superior Beef Noodles (S$9.90) to Beef Balls Noodles (S$6.90).

They’re offering S$4 off all orders of S$35 or more. Enjoy free delivery for orders of S$50 or more.

WhatsApp +65 8923 6968 to place your order.


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Opened by a young hawker, Douglas Tan, Fishball Story pays tribute to his grandmother’s handmade fishballs. His fishball noodles first caught the attention of well-known critic, KF Seetoh, and has gone on to clinch Michelin awards.

Delivery is available daily from 8.30am to 8.30pm (last order) and fees range from S$6 to S$14, depending on distance.

WhatsApp +65 9800 5036 to order.

Full Of Luck Club


Cantonese casual fine-dining is the name of their game here. Full Of Luck Restaurant does some Chinese dishes, such as their signature Honey Glazed Char Siew.

They’ve curated a range of mouthwatering bentos available for delivery, featuring Hakka Kurobuta Pork and Braised Beancurd with Mushroom sets. Free islandwide delivery is available with S$100 spent. Otherwise, a S$12 flat delivery fee applies with no minimum spend.

Order via their online platform here or call +65 6208 6845 to place your order.

Good Time Eat Drink

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Turning heads with their mee pok carbonara and chili crab tofu, Good Time Eat Drink offers a refreshing take on Chinese-Peranakan cuisine. While their delivery menu features only a portion of their usual menu, you’re still very much in for a comforting, homely feast.

Their kitchen is open from 11am to 8pm daily. Do order at least 2 hours in advance. Free islandwide delivery applies for orders S$60 and above. If not, a S$6 delivery fee will be charged. Not only that, customers get to enjoy 20% off their delivery menu during this circuit breaker.

WhatsApp +65 8569 5805 or call +65 6242 0495 to order.


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Bak chor mee, anybody? Loedy Teochew Minced Meat Noodle does a mean execution of this humble local favourite. Go for their Abalone Minced Meat Noodle (S$5) and add on a serving of their delicious hei zhor while you’re at it.

For something a little lighter, they’re Teochew Minced Pork Porridge comes highly recommended. A flat S$10 delivery fee applies with no minimum spend.

WhatsApp +65 9099 4367 to order.

Mookata Bento from FB

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If you’re in the mood for Thai cuisine, Thai Hao Chi Mookata will be right up your aisle. This place dishes out Thai-style bentos and other Thai dishes, from Mookata Wagyu Beef Bento to Tom Yum Soup. They even have Bak Kwa Fried Rice?! Amazing.

They have removed their minimum order criteria for delivery after customers’ feedback so now, solo diners can patronise them freely without having to worry about leftovers.

WhatsApp +65 8553 5581 to order.

Pang's Hakka Delicacies from FB

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Hakka food in a French dining establishment — it doesn’t get any more rad than that. Chef Pang, the owner of Antoinette, is paying homage to his Hakka roots with Pang’s Hakka Delicacies, a side hustle that usually operates on a takeaway-only basis.

Well, good news. They deliver! And, with no minimum spend. Don’t think about it and just go for their Traditional Abacus Seeds (S$9 for 250g/S$31 for 1kg), which is one of the best renditions of the dish we’ve ever had.

WhatsApp +65 9021 7507 to order.



Want to know how “zhng”-ed prawn noodles look like? Then hit up Prawnaholic. Their Special Prawn Noodle (S$6.50) comes with flame-torched kurobuta pork slices and juicy prawn balls.
If you’re in a ravenous mood, their King Prawn Udon (S$18) will surely appease you.

Delivery fees are as follows: S$5 for less than 6km radius; S$7 for less than 8km radius; S$10 for less than 10km radius; S$12 for less than 10km radius.

Delivery hours are from 11.30am to 8pm, from Tuesday to Sunday.

WhyQ from FB

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Okay, WhyQ isn’t exactly a place per se. But, it’s an online platform that links you up with an army of hawker stalls that do delivery according to your proximity. And the best part? No minimum order and low delivery fees!

It’s a godsend for every solo diner, basically.

View their website here.


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Doesn’t Chinese style nasi lemak and economical noodles sound like a dreamy combination? Yi Qi Fa Nasi Lemak offers just that and more. Think nasi lemak with extra luncheon meat, stir-fried cabbage and fishcake. Yum.

A flat islandwide delivery fee of S$8 applies, except for the West, which costs S$10. They only deliver on certain days due to limited capacity so check out their Facebook page for more information.

For those who are keen, you can message them via Facebook to order.

Yunos N Family Mee Soto


Ah, nothing like rich, creamy mee rebus loaded with ingredients. Yunos & Family knows just how to get your mouth watering with their solid mee rebus. Think thick, robust gravy and noodles topped with smoky satay.

They even offer a range of meat cuts to amp up your meal, such as beef tripe, oxtail and drumsticks. And please, just add on more of their satay.

Place your orders one day in advance. S$10 flat delivery fee applies per location with no minimum order. Their delivery is available from 1pm to 6pm.

Whatsapp +65 9058 2057 to order.

Zipp Burger & Pasta from FB

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For affordable Italian and Western fare that checks all your boxes, Zipp Burger & Pasta will do you no wrong. There’s nothing mindblowing about their Hamburger (S$5.70), but this classic beef burger is wonderfully executed — plump buns, juicy thick patty and melty cheese. Their Smoked Duck Aglio Olio is a great choice too.

Pre-order at least one day in advance for either lunch delivery (from 11am to 2pm) or dinner delivery (from 5pm to 8pm). A S$5 to S$10 delivery fee applies, depending on distance.

WhatsApp +65 9656 6865 to order.