Ever since house parties became illegal in Singapore during the circuit breaker, people have been turning to Houseparty and Skype a lot more. Video calling apps are an absolute lifesaver during this period when we still want to catch up and spend time with pals.
If you’re looking to spice up your video calls, why not have a virtual meal together? Sure, it’s not the same as going out for dinner together but it’s the closest thing you’ll get.
Not sure of where to start? We’ve compiled together 8 Asian-style restaurants in Singapore that are having sweet takeaway deals and islandwide delivery! Korean stews and Japanese rice bowls included.
Spoiler alert: Three of your favourite Korean restaurants have launched an unprecedented crossover menu!
IKEA’S SWEDISH MEATBALLS RECIPE
IKEA’s meatballs are almost synonymous with the store name itself. You know the drill — a trip to IKEA, whether to get a Poäng armchair or a Docksta table, almost always ends with a plate of their iconic dish.
And, if we were to record all the items that Singaporeans stockpiled before the circuit breaker, IKEA’s frozen meatballs would probably be on that list. But for those of us who didn’t manage to snag a bag, the wait is over.
Our favourite furniture store is taking its build-it-yourself concept to the next level — now, apart from their furniture, you can even build for yourself their Swedish Meatballs.
That’s right, IKEA has just revealed its legendary Swedish Meatballs recipe, right from the meatballs down to the mandatory accompanying cream sauce.
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It’s 10.30pm. You’re Zooming with friends or chilling on the couch with some Netflix on and then, you feel it. That dreaded late-night hunger. You’d usually just get some McDonald’s delivered in but now that that’s no longer an option, what do you do?
Not a problem. Thanks to the circuit breaker, an army of places have launched islandwide delivery in Singapore, some of which even last till the wee hours of the night.
We’ve rounded up 14 supper spots in Singapore that do islandwide delivery to satisfy your erratic hunger pangs during this circuit breaker! From frog porridge to Mexican mains, it’s absolute supper galore.
Now that eating out is no longer an option, takeouts are going to make more frequent appearances in our daily routines. But, we’re not complaining.
With numerous restaurants in Singapore pushing out new takeaway menus and offers during this COVID-19 period, takeaways have never looked more exciting. Think barbecued meats platters and paellas still sizzling in greased pans.
Sure, heading out to get food may not be as convenient as just boiling up some instant noodles. But, let’s do what we can to support our F&B businesses during this trying period.
We’ve rounded up 34 restaurants in Singapore with new takeaway menus and promotions during this circuit breaker! So, grab your containers and bags and let’s get down to business.
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With delivery slots running out on multiple online supermarket platforms, what was once a fuss-free task of getting groceries has become a war-like mission. To our Muslim friends out there, fret not. There are a ton of other online Halal grocers at your disposal.
If your fridge is starting to look a little empty or your cleaning supplies are running out, help is here. We’ve put together a list of 11 online websites in Singapore that offer Halal groceries, as well as a vast range of other products.
Head over to their websites and you’ll most certainly find what you’re looking for. And as always, please buy only what you need.
Our favourite type of men is RAMEN. This awesome noodle dish has everything you could ever ask for — tender fragrant cha shu, gooey lava egg, springy noodles and irresistible broth. Repeat after us: ramen is life.
Sadly, ramen isn’t the cheapest. One bowl could easily set you back by S$15 or more. But, finding one that’s both affordable and good isn’t an impossible task. In fact, we’ve found 10!
Singapore actually has quite a number of eateries and stalls that do great ramen priced below S$10. Some of these places are even run by Japan-trained cooks, so you can expect ramen of superb quality.
Carrot cakes and char kway teow are a dime a dozen in hawker centres. But, hidden from the spotlight are a few hawker foods that are slowly losing recognition among Singaporeans today.
Some of these hawker foods used to be thriving in our grandparents’ or parents’ generation but have gradually become endangered as more stalls give up passing on their legacies. But, we’re not going to just let them pass us by.
From rare Teochew kuehs to traditional Malay pancakes, we’ve dug up 8 vanishing hawker foods in Singapore you have to try before they’re gone forever and where to find them. Get a taste of your grandparents’ favourite dessert or your parent’s after-school snack!
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Home to the famed Ponggol Nasi Lemak and Lola’s Cafe, Kovan is easily one of Singapore’s most underrated foodie gems. As if we needed any more reason to visit Kovan, this food haven has a new prized addition to their collection of treasured eateries.
North-east siders now have one more option when they’re hunting down a sweet fix after dinner. Meet Sweet Thoughts by M.O.D.
Taking the form of an Asian dessert cafe, Sweet Thoughts by M.O.D. is a new venture by Chef Francis Wong (previously the Chef Entrepreneur of the popular Non Entrée Desserts) has 12 years of experience in creating novelty ice cream and frozen desserts up his sleeves.
Correction on 17 Mar 2020: Chef Francis Wong, previously the Chef Entrepreneur of the popular Non Entrée Desserts, has joined Sweet Thoughts by M.O.D. However, this is not a new concept by Non Entrée Desserts.