Hungry, depressed, alone and bored of staring at the wall? Want to eat your feelings but your fridge is empty? Food deliveries are now so conveniently available, even if you live right at the end of Singapore.
From Western cuisine, to Chinese takeouts and your favourite Thai dishes, here are 43 food places in Singapore that offer islandwide food deliveries—you can order your meals in the comfort of your home, safe and sound.
During trying times like these, do continue to support our local hawkers by getting takeouts or ordering local hawker food from delivery apps such as Deliveroo and Foodpanda.
Here are 5 hawker centres in Singapore where you can order your favourite local dishes from and have them delivered to your doorstep.
One of the best Louisiana seafood restaurants in Singapore, Dancing Crab by TungLok Group is no stranger to us.
With an extensive menu and a huge range of seafood with guaranteed freshness, Dancing Crab is a perennial favourite and a family-friendly restaurant that is suitable for all sorts of occasions and celebrations.
Just when you need another reason to visit them again, we have good news for you – Dancing Crab is introducing a new lunch set menu with prices starting from S$11.90++. We’re in for this pocket-friendly deal, and so should you!
Sushiro, one of the most popular kaiten sushi chains in Japan, took Singapore by a storm with their affordably-priced premium sushi. Now, they are expanding to the North of Singapore to open a third outlet at Causeway Point on 24 March 2020.
If you’ve been looking forward to the annual Ramadan bazaars, we have some bad news for you.
In light of the coronavirus situation, all Ramadan bazaars by People’s Association have been cancelled. This includes the popular Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar as well as the ones by Our Tampines Hub and Woodlands. This comes after a previous announcement that the event will still continue with precautionary measures put in place.
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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.
Brownies are irresistible chocolate squares that will win bae’s heart over with its indulgent, chocolatey goodness. Said decadent treats come in an assortment of flavours and textures — fudgy, dense or crisp — and will light a smile on your faces upon the first bite.
Here are the best brownie spots in Singapore that dish out addictive, fudging good brownies.
With the return of McGriddles and Chocolate Pie that got everyone excited, McDonald’s is also keeping us excited with a new breakfast item that will be introduced on 27 February 2020 – Donut Sticks (from S$2.20)!
McDonald’s always makes us want to wake up early so that we can make it in time for breakfast.