Oddle Eats is no stranger to us Singaporeans now. Binding our passion and love for food, Oddle Eats is part of Singapore’s F&B social fabric that gathers the nation’s food lovers. With an array of F&B restaurants listed on the platform, island-wide delivery options are available so that these food are accessible for everyone. The platform also helps restaurateurs gain a better online presence and hence, increase revenue.
Now, there is a whole series of cuisine available on Oddle Eats. You might not even think it is possible, but you can actually indulge in a feast from top gourmet restaurants in Singapore with your loved ones at home, too!
Today, we will share with you some ‘atas’ restaurants that are on Oddle Eats, and how you can luxuriate in high-quality food in the comfort of your home, sans the crowd, and with your loved ones. Every meal matters, be spoilt for choices and better yet, skip the line to dine at the best places.
We all have a soft spot for nostalgic places that remind us of the good times and bring us back to rekindle the fondest memories of the past.
Especially the old-school ones, just family-run traditional eateries in Singapore that serve up hearty and honest food. These are the OG spots where our parents and even grandparents used to eat at years ago.
Here are 10 old-school eateries in Singapore that you should visit before they close down for good.
Opened in November 2020, Maruhachi Donburi & Curry is a hawker stall at Edgefield Plains in Punggol which offers restaurant-quality tonkatsu at very affordable prices.
The chef-owner is Indonesian-born Singaporean PR August Wijaya, 38 who used to be the head chef of the now-defunct Ginza Bairin—the famous Tokyo-based tonkatsu restaurant at ION Orchard—for almost nine years. Now, you know what that means?
You must try his tonkatsu.
Famous roast meat eatery, Foong Kee Coffee Shop is closing on 15 June 2021.
Foong Kee Coffee Shop is one of the best Chinese roast meat stalls in Singapore. It’s a rather unassuming coffee shop at first glance, but when you take that first bite, you’d understand why the queues don’t ever seem to disperse till lunch hours are over.
Everything With Fries (EwF)—by the folks behind renowned local chocolate brand Awfully Chocolate—is making a comeback within the next few days.
It will be reopening as a pop-up cloud kitchen at Awfully Chocolate’s flag store at 131 East Coast Road until 13 June 2021.
Fans of Everything With Fries (EwF) will certainly be looking forward to their famous Har Cheong Gai burger and crispy fries with curry, garlic and truffle flavours.
Kinki Restaurant + Bar is back after a major revamp and we are loving it more than ever! How we’ve missed a great meal at Kinki Restaurant + Bar and our recent trip back after their revamp reminds us of just why they are one of the most popular waterfront restaurants in Singapore.
Vibrant and bold, Kinki Restaurant + Bar offers an eclectic experience of modern Japanese food and beverages that defy traditions. Nothing here is basic; it seems like the restaurant’s quest to push culinary boundaries and to wow you even with the most unassuming of dishes.
With Kinki Restaurant + Bar being one of the swankiest dining spots in the Marina Bay area, and an exhilarating and creative menu, kick off your shoes, knock backsome tipples and have a marvellous evening at this bold Japanese fusion restaurant and bar.
Enjoy 15% off a la carte items when you pay with your Mastercard® at Kinki Restaurant + Bar.
Opened by the same team behind Glyph Supply Co, Dough Coffee is a new Korean-inspired bakery & coffee shop at CHIJMES. It is quite easily one of the nicest cafes in Singapore right now, and long queues can be seen daily.
We paid Dough Coffee a visit and it made us miss Seoul a little more than ever.
Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road has undergone a major facelift and reopened its doors, and as loyal patrons of Ginger for years, we were ecstatic to check out the refurbished space. It is gorgeous beyond words!
With Mother’s Day around the corner, this is the perfect chance to bring your Mom and family for a nice meal. Perhaps, Ginger would serve some sort of nostalgia for your parents. After all, the restaurant has been around for decades and for one, we grew up dining there.
The Mother’s Day buffet spread is also worth looking forward to, too. Now that buffet service is allowed to resume, it’s time for a great feast! From classic Asian dishes to vegan options and live stations featuring our local favourites, the woman of your life would be so pleased.
And in the month of June, Ginger is having a Father’s Day buffet which features a meaty menu including Roasted Angus Beef, Foie Gras, Hainan Oxtail Stew and more.
To sweeten the deal, from 2 May to 30 June 2021, one adult dines free with every 2 paying adults when you quote <LIC3-FOR-2> upon making your reservations.