Singapore – What should we eat at home? As dining out will probably only be allowed from 21 June, home dining is still very much the norm during the Heightened Alert Phase In Singapore. Here are some of our top picks and recommendations if you are thinking of what to eat!
The Coconut Club
Who doesn’t love a good plate of Nasi Lemak? We had a Nasi Lemak feast from The Coconut Club where there are bundle sets for 2 pax and more from S$42. The set meals include the Nasi Lemak Set, Wok-Fried Kacang Panjang, Otah and Choice of Desserts (Jelly or Kueh Platter).
Bedrock Bar & Grill
Available daily for orders placed for 11am pick-up or 11.30am delivery to 2.30pm, you can enjoy a good steak out meal at home from Bedrock Bar & Grill Lunch Table Menu (S$99), good for two and comprises two starters and two mains. Free Islandwide Delivery when you spend above S$100 with Mastercard by using Promo Code <MCFREE>.
A European kind of dining experience with French farm-to-table cuisine at S$120 for two pax from The Summerhouse. The dishes are consistently good where we had the French Farmhouse Kitchen menu. We love the Hand-picked Fresh Mud Crab and Spring Onion Omelette Kampot Peppercorn Beurre Noisette; Pan-seared Sea Bass; and Cauliflower Cheese Gratin.
Choose from the delivery menu featuring their signature Yakitori items, donburis, grilled items and more. We had a lovely Japanese meal with some of their signature dishes like the Mentai Wings, Bincho Style Grilled Beef Tongue and Kaisen Bara Chirashi Don. Free delivery for orders above S$80!
Culina at Como Dempsey
For 2 to 3 persons, there is the Curated Set option on the menu of Culina at Como Dempsey. We had the Classic Roast Feast (S$135) which comes with the Grass-fed Great Southern Pinnacle ribeye roast (1kg), roasted pumpkin, grilled market vegetables, potato purée and red wine sauce. Spend S$100+ at any Como Dempsey restaurants to enjoy free delivery while S$10 applies for all orders below S$100+.
Goodwood Park Hotel
You can cross order and savour a wide variety of dishes from across Coffee Lounge, Min Jiang, Gordon Grill and The Deli in one ordering platform. Coffee Lounge’s Taiwan Porridge delights and local favourites, Min Jiang’s Cantonese & Sichuan specialities with dim sum, as well as Gordon Grill’s modern European specials and steaks. Desserts from The Deli includes selected Durian Fiesta treats like the signature D24 puffs and mousse cake, and the new D24 & Sweet Potato in Chestnut Tartlet.
Violet Oon Singapore
We had a hearty Peranakan meal from Violet Oon Singapore where we had the not so petite Petit Feast Menu. Some highlights for us are the Ayam Buah Keluak, Garam Assam Fish and Dry Laksa. Free delivery of takeaway orders with a minimum final bill of S$125. A delivery charge of S$18 per location (S$25 on eve of public holidays & public holidays) applies for other orders.
Chen’s Mapo Tofu
Go for the Chen’s Signature Mapo Bundle (S$30.90) suitable for 2 pax, where you get the delicious Mapo Don, Mapo Mien, Szechwan Popcorn Chicken and Seasonal Vegetables. There is also a limited time collab with Express By Chatterbox Mandarin Chicken Rice, where you can order the Signature Mandarin Chicken Rice Set (From S$12.30) on the same platform. S$7 off delivery fee with minimum spend of S$40.
6 famous hawkers under one roof? The new Hawkers’ Street concept opened at basement 4 of Ion Orchard this month and brings together Michelin-accredited Ann Chin Popiah, Old Airport Road Food Centre’s Nam Sing Hokkien Mee, Beach Road Scissors-Cut Curry Rice, four-generation-old Famous Eunos Bak Chor Mee, Jian Bo Shui Kueh and King of Fried Rice. This is a good takeaway option if you are in Orchard Road.
For a good dessert treat, we really enjoyed the Spanish Molten Cheese Tart (S$44.10) from Pura Brasa, a perfect blend of cream cheese and blue cheese. Some promotions currently are 20% off walk-in takeaway order, S$5 flat fee for island-wide delivery, and 15% off set menus with promo code “PB15″.
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