Warang Cahaya’s crispy pork rice with sambal matah is one of our all-time favourite things to eat in Bali.
This nondescript local eatery is as old school and local as you can get. It looks super unassuming but what do you know? It has one of Bali’s best local-style crispy pork rice!
This is one eatery we always return to over the years and we have never once been disappointed.
McDonald’s Singapore is back to take your order tomorrow on 11 May 2020, via contactless McDelivery®, Drive-Thru and takeaway.
Guoco Tower—formerly known as Tanjong Pagar Centre—has introduced an ordering website with free islandwide delivery charge for its F&B tenants (with a minimum spend of S$50) to mitigate the challenges and support their business transition to delivery and take-away.
From now till 01 June 2020, you can place your orders directly via www.gtfooddelivery.com and enjoy a wider variety by selecting items from up to three participating F&B brands in one single checkout.
Bad news for all Mcdonald’s fans. Mcdonald’s Singapore is closing all outlets from now until 4 May 2020.
As a preventative action in the fight against COVID-19, Mcdonald’s Singapore has been advised by the Ministry of Health to suspend all restaurant operations, including McDelivery and Drive-Thru, until 2 May 2020.
Staying home isn’t that bad when we can still order KFC delivery, especially with KFC Meltz available again. If you’ve tried KFC’s Meltz before, you can savour it again now that it’s back and better with a new smoky chipotle mayonnaise. For those who haven’t, you wouldn’t want to miss out! KFC Chipotle Meltz is now available via takeaways and KFC Delivery.
Delivery options are aplenty but KFC will never fail us. It is one of those comfort food options that we can never get sick of. KFC Chipotle Meltz is a MUST HAVE when you enjoy your Netflix shows.
The popular favourite was first introduced years ago and there have been countless requests over the years for KFC to bring it back. Two weeks back, KFC uploaded a photo of it on their social media pages on April Fool’s Day, and while it got people excited, many thought it was a joke.
But it is not. Chipotle Meltz is real!
The COVID-19 pandemic has almost destroyed the Food & Beverage (F&B) industry in a matter of weeks. Singapore restaurant sales went down by 90% in March 2020 and with the recent introduction of Circuit Breaker in Singapore, restaurants, cafes and hawkers are unable to offer dine-in services for their customers and many F&B merchants have scrambled to join the main delivery apps in Singapore—GrabFood, Food Panda and Deliveroo.
Since the start of Circuit Breaker in Singapore, there are more and more food places in Singapore that started to offer islandwide food deliveries in Singapore. And it’s not just restaurants and cafes that are doing that.
Before COVID-19, most hawker stalls are not even on food delivery apps. But since then, many hawker stalls have started to offer islandwide food deliveries by partnering with courier companies and local drivers. Other food places have also come up with takeaway menus and promotions during the COVID-19 period in order to stay afloat.
At the same time, many F&B places have chosen to close temporarily as the Circuit Breaker situation simply isn’t in their favour (operating costs wise) to continue.
F&B merchants have been appealing to delivery platforms for weeks since the worsening of the COVID-19 situation to reduce their commissions. So far, the delivery apps refused, further profiting from the COVID-19 crisis.
We have been huge advocates of food delivery services since they first started in Singapore several years ago. We order our meals using food delivery apps at least 3-4 times a week. But we have to say that it is time for us to minimise using food delivery apps because they are charging up to 40% commission for deliveries and to order directly from restaurants, eateries and hawkers as much as possible to support them. #SaveFnbSG
Here is a full list of online grocery shopping in Singapore which includes fresh produce, gourmet groceries, halal groceries as well as specialised groceries. These online grocery websites provide fresh food, produce and groceries so that you can avoid long supermarket queues during this difficult period.
Singapore has more than enough food supplies, please buy whatever you need and do not hoard. Remember our Prime Minister Lee Hsian Loong’s words: “If there is any country that can see this through, it is Singapore.”
Meidi-Ya—one of Singapore’s pioneering Japanese supermarkets—is closing its flagship outlet at Liang Court by 31 Mar 2020.
Located in the basement of Liang Court, Meidi-Ya is undeniably one of the best Japanese supermarkets in Singapore and it has been operating in Liang Court for the last 17 years.