Three times a day, the billion-dollar question comes up — “What should we eat?” Deciding what to have during mealtimes now is almost as difficult as fixing a 1000-piece puzzle, with so many options at hand.
It doesn’t help that many restaurants, cafes and hawker stalls are offering islandwide food delivery now. But since most of these places charge for delivery based on distance, we’ve compiled out a comprehensive guide to 130 cafes and restaurants doing islandwide food delivery sorted out by their areas (Central, East, North, South and West Singapore).
This way, you can simply narrow down your choices to those within your area if you’re looking to trim off some of the delivery fees! You’re welcome.
We all have our favourite aisle in the supermarket, whether it’s “bread, spreads & jam” or “condiments & dried goods”. For some of us, though, it isn’t an aisle. It’s a full-blown section. That’s right, the ice cream section.
We know, that place is dangerous territory — where temptations flow like no tomorrow and any remnants of self-control we thought we had fade into oblivion. But, some days just call for an ice cream treat.
If you’re always reaching for that same Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey tub or that box of Magnum sticks, we’re here to introduce you to a whole new world. We’ve compiled a list of 10 other excellent ice creams right under your nose that you’ve been sorely missing out on!
How about trying something new for a change? You’ll never know unless you try.
This all-new Mala Oden by snacksdelivery.sg will have you rethink instant cup noodles.
Gone are the days when we can be pacified by mere chicken cup noodles. Our taste buds have been absolutely spoilt by all the innovative options in Asia and this Mala Oden joins the league of trending snacks in 2020.
For as cheap as S$3.60 per cup (if you purchase 3 cartons at a go), this Mala Oden is our new addiction and we’ve been eating one cup every day. No joke!
Have you ever tried fresh strawberry milk with a Korean twist to it? This refreshing Korean fresh strawberry milk drink is usually sold in the summertime in various boutique cafés around Seoul, Korea.
The difference between regular strawberry milk and Korean strawberry milk is the fact that real strawberries are used in the Korean version. Nothing is artificial or processed in the bottle of Korean strawberry milk.
The prices range from S$6 to S$8 for just one bottle. Sounds expensive? We think so too. Especially when you just need 10 minutes of your time and 3 ingredients. It’s that easy. Here is a Korean fresh strawberry milk recipe on how to make this popular drink at home.
Missing your weekly yum cha sessions with your family? Or have you just been craving for some dim sum? The Chinese-style delicacy features an assortment of bite-sized portions of food such as dumplings, buns and fried fritters that are served in little bamboo baskets. Unfortunately, unless you’re a pro in the kitchen, these morsels of joy aren’t easy to do up yourself.
Thankfully for us, there are many dim sum restaurants in Singapore that will be offering islandwide deliveries for dim sum during the Circuit Breaker period.
From the famous Swee Choon to the underrated Yi Dian Xin, we’ve got all your dim sum delivery needs covered. While we will have to do without the bamboo baskets and the experience itself, this shall suffice for now.
Heads up, Westies. IKEA is coming your way next year in 2021.
Their third outlet is opening in JEM, taking over the former space of Robinsons. While the new space is relatively smaller than IKEA’s other two outlets, the smaller concept of IKEA housed within a shopping mall itself will be the first of its kind within the region.
Spanning across three floors, the new store will occupy 70, 000 square feet of space in total. Shoppers can expect the entire collection of IKEA’s products, from their iconic Poäng chair to your favourite Docksta table.
McDonald’s Singapore is back to take your order tomorrow on 11 May 2020, via contactless McDelivery®, Drive-Thru and takeaway.
Craving for western food while stuck at home during the Circuit Breaker? Fret not, as there are a number of eateries in Singapore serving Western fare that do islandwide delivery so you can get your chicken chop and fish & chips fix.
While there are a number of western restaurants that already do islandwide deliveries, did you know that some of your favourite hawker and coffee shop stalls selling old-school and restaurant-quality western food have jumped onto the bandwagon and now offer islandwide western food delivery services during the Circuit Breaker too? We have here a list of such stalls so you can #supportlocal the next time you crave some good ol’ pasta or steak.