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.
To some, it’s custardy gold. To others, it’s overnight socks.
We’ve been over the durian debate way too many times to even want to try convince the naysayers. But, to the people who would gladly bathe in this sweet, creamy fruit, we bear great news — tis’ the season.
The bad boys are back. It’s finally time to reunite with your beloved Mao Shan Wang, Golden Phoenix or D24. We’ve rounded up 10 places to order durian delivery from in Singapore this durian season!
Apologies in advance to your neighbours.
There are two types of people in this world — the ones who prefer peppery bak kut teh and the ones who prefer the herbal version. There’s no sitting on the fence for this one. It’s all about personal preference.
Whatever it is, this soupy dish just seems to have this magical ability to kick start your appetite, even if you weren’t hungry in the first place. And one of the best parts of bak kut teh isn’t even the dish itself, it’s the side dishes that come along with it. Preserved vegetables, vinegar pig trotters and braised intestines — all part of the package.
We’ve compiled this guide of 15 bak kut teh places in Singapore that are offering islandwide delivery during this period.
Maybe, you’re craving for some beef noodles. But, no one else in the family feels the same. How do you hit that whopping minimum order of S$60 then? So, you drop the idea and grudgingly settle for that last pack of Indomee.
Yep, many food deliveries in Singapore during this circuit breaker aren’t the most friendly to solo diners, especially with the minimum spend requirement. But, all hope isn’t lost. There are still a fair number of places that wish to alleviate that struggle.
We’ve compiled 14 of those F&B outlets in Singapore doing islandwide delivery with no minimum spend! Solo diners, you don’t have to dread mealtimes anymore.
Fun fact: Kway chap is actually a Teochew dish. Another fun fact (that you already know): It’s a very popular Teochew dish. If there’s one dish that we would kill for on rainy days, it would have to be this.
When you’re eating kway chap, it’s impossible to get bored. The medley of ingredients squeezed onto one plate keeps you excited throughout the meal, from start to finish. We love that you can come up with all kinds of permutations in every bite — kway and intestines, tau pok and pork belly, and so on.
Okay, but enough talking. We’re ready for our kway chap fix. Here are 9 kway chap places in Singapore that are doing islandwide delivery!
Ever since young, a lot of us grew up with nasi lemak as our all-time comfort food. With coconut milk-infused rice, crispy ikan bilis, chicken wings fried to perfection, a delectable fried egg, and sweet and spicy sambal, you cannot go wrong with this local Malay dish. Over time, many variations have popped up, including Chinese and Indonesian variations.
Here are 10 nasi lemak eateries offering delivery services in Singapore. It’s time to #supportlocal and satisfy those nasi lemak cravings of yours.
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.
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.