Weeks ago, the news of bubble tea stores having to close in Singapore shook the nation. Then, we realised that it’s actually not that big of a deal. After all, a good number of bubble tea brands have partnered up with various restaurants to offer their drinks on delivery!
So, there’s no need to sulk. Good food paired with your favourite drink — it’s a win-win situation for all sides!
If you’ve been missing your bubble tea fix and you’re not sure where to start, here are 17 bubble tea and restaurant collaborations in Singapore.
Hokkien mee is, hands down, one of Singaporeans’ most beloved hawker foods. Some like it wet and saucy, others drier but moist. Whatever it is, the crux of this dish is in the prawn broth (and some say, the lard).
We don’t know if it’s just us but doesn’t this dish taste ten times better dabao-ed? Just letting sit in its own gravy seems to give it more time to soak up all of the prawn essence and develop a richer profile.
Well, if you’ve just been hit by hokkien mee cravings, wait no longer. Here are 10 places in Singapore delivering this treasured dish islandwide!
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!
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.
With an endless array of ramen restaurants offering delivery and takeaway services in Singapore, you’re bound to be spoilt for choice.
We’ve picked out 10 Japanese ramen restaurants in Singapore that offer islandwide delivery and they including Michelin-starred ramen and a few halal ramen options. It’s time to satisfy these cravings.
These places prove that delicious bowls of ramen can be enjoyed anywhere—even from the comfort of your own couch when you’re binging Netflix at home during this circuit breaker period. Order a delicious bowl of ramen from this ramen delivery guide to accompany your binge session!
The news of the bubble tea shops closing during the enhanced Circuit Breaker rules broke the hearts of many Singaporeans, and it led to the frantic last-minute bubble tea orders on the final day of these bubble tea stores’ operations. The demand for the popular drink was so high that intense fights broke out, causing both delivery drivers and bubble tea store staffs massive headaches.
However, we have some good news for all your bubble tea fanatics: LiHO is still available for bubble tea delivery on GrabFood!
We know that many Singaporeans were absolutely crushed when they found out that bubble tea shops were one of the affected F&B services during the extended Circuit Breaker. The desperation for that one last glorious cup of bubble tea was so strong that it led to an insane last-minute demand for it, leaving bubble tea shops and delivery riders swamped.
However, we have some good news for you, especially if you’re a fan of KOI: they may be providing bubble tea delivery soon!