Cafe delivery services
While staying at home, we tend to either cook up quick dishes or order fast food so our meals can get a little monotonous. If you miss your weekend brunch days, you can sate your taste buds during the Circuit Breaker because these 17 popular cafes have delivery services for you to enjoy your fave sweets and mains at home.
Also, know that by ordering cafe food, you’re supporting these local businesses during these trying times.
Other than cafes with delivery services, check out our other articles on food deals and delivery you can get during this Circuit Breaker period here:
- Online deliveries for halal groceries
- Hotpot delivery & DIY options in Singapore
- Fancy restaurants that offer delivery services
- Cold brew delivery services
1. Curious Palette – sinful hotcakes
Berry Ricotta Hotcake (without Ice Cream) ($15.90)
Image credit: @curiouspalette
If you’ve never tried Curious Palette’s hotcakes at their rustic Dhoby Ghaut cafe, now’s your chance to order them online. These hotcakes come in Berry Ricotta and Rum and Raisin flavours. You can also get heart sandwiches, pastas and Western mains like short ribs here.
Delivery Fee: Free for orders $50 and above.
How to order: View the full menu and make your order through Curious Palette’s website.
2. Merci Marcel – French fare
French Toast ($17)
Image credit: @mercimarcel
Satiate your sweet tooth with fluffy French Toast by Merci Marcel. Get selected mains and drinks like the Smoked Salmon Burger ($21) and the Flat White ($6) at 20% off when you order islandwide delivery via WhatsApp. Vegans and vegetarians can also enjoy the Impossible Marcel Burger ($29) for a clean meal on a discount.
How to order: Via WhatsApp at 8739 0692, foodpanda, Deliveroo, or GrabFood.
Check out Merci Marcel’s full menu.
3. The Glasshouse – artisanal toasts and sandwiches
Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($16)
Image credit: @theglasshousesg
For those who love the simple combination of melted cheese and toast, snag yourself sandwiches from The Glasshouse. They have an array of artisanal sandwiches like the Japanese Egg Sando ($10) and the Italian Sloppy Joe ($15). Let’s not forget about their toast spread like the Banana Pecan Miso Butter Toast ($13) and the Classic Salmon Toast ($13.50).
Delivery Fee: $5 for orders $20 and above and are within a 5KM radius of the cafe. $10 for deliveries outside the radius.
How to order: Call 6900 3237
Check out The Glasshouse’s menu.
4. Tiong Bahru Bakery – sweet and savoury pastries
Kouign Amann ($25/6pcs)
Image credit: @tiongbahrubakery
The Kouign Amann translates to “cake and butter” and that’s Tiong Bahru Bakery’s specialty pastry. It’s basically a round version of a croissant with caramelised buttery layers. If you don’t fancy crisp pastry, they’ve got other sweet bites like Tiramisu ($11) and Chocolate Brownies ($7) for a good pick-me-up.
How to order: Via GrabFood, Deliveroo, or foodpanda.
Check out Tiong Bahru Bakery’s menu.
5. Brown Butter – avocado smoothies
Lemon Cheesecake ($10.90)
Image credit: @anson.822
Brown Butter is famed for its OTT avocado smoothies but if you missed out on giving them a taste before the Circuit Breaker kicked in, you can tuck into some of their other sweet treats from the comforts of home.
If you’re big on desserts and bigger on aesthetics, get acquainted with their cartoonish cheesecakes. Unlike the typical dense and rich flavours that accompany most cheesecakes, Brown Butter’s features a light, fluffy texture and tart, mellow flavours will fully sate your sweet tooth without all that regret.
Other than desserts, Brown Butter has Western mains like an extravagant whole lobster with mayo on toast for $32, and a $23 Avo-Burger with – get this – avocado buns. An all-rounder, Brown Butter can cover most of your meals with ease.
Delivery Fee: Free islandwide in-house delivery services for orders above $50.
How to order: Call 6887 4117 or order from foodpanda, Deliveroo, or GrabFood.
Check out Brown Butter’s full menu.
6. Wakey Wakey – bottled specialty coffee
A variety of bottled chai, matcha, and chocolate drinks ($7) that’s available for cafe delivery
Image credit: @wakeysg
Major Wakey Wakey fans would know of its bottled drinks for not only the aesthetics but also the unique and intense flavours. If you’re peckish for something other than your usual caffeine fix, their chai and sea salt chocolate concoctions won’t disappoint. A 6-pack is available for both flavours at $38. Get yourself healthy $15 quinoa bowls to go with your bottled drinks, too.
Delivery Fee: Free delivery for orders above $50.
How to order: Check out the full menu and instructions on how to order on Wakey Wakey’s website.
7. Gather – sweet crepes and baked goods
Burnt Caramel Crepe With Bordier Butter ($14)
Image credit: @gathershop.co
Gather has sweet crepes and bakes like Portuguese tart ($4) and Flourless Chocolate Slice ($10) for you to eat post-meal. Other than sweet treats, savoury galettes and sandwiches are also available if you crave a light bite before you delve straight into the crepes.
Delivery Fee: Free for Whatsapp orders above $60 and for those within a 10KM radius of Raffles Shopping Arcade. Otherwise, normal delivery charges apply island-wide delivery on GrabFood.
How to order: Via GrabFood for islandwide delivery, or send a WhatsApp text to 8543 2385 following the order format.
Check out Gather’s takeaway menu on their IG story highlights.
8. Twenty Grammes – DIY protein bowls
Image credit: @twentygrammes
Twenty Grammes’ DIY protein bowls are perfect for those who are picky from exhausting their cooking skills at home. You get to pick 4 sides to go along with your base, choice of protein, as well as sauce. With a variety of sides like buttered corn, jellyfish, and even avocado, you’re spoilt for choice. If 4 sides aren’t enough for you, you can get an extra side for $1.
Delivery Fee: $8 for orders above $30. Delivery between 12PM – 8PM.
How to order: Via WhatsApp text to 9447 2020.
Check out Twenty Grammes’ menu.
9. Starter Lab – sourdough loaves
Image credit: @starterlab.sg
On days when your supermarket bread can’t sate your carb cravings, opt for a more atas version from Starter Lab. With sourdough loaves like Focaccia, Rosemary, and Miso Baguette, they’re good variations to switch up your avocado toast.
If you’ve missed having a cup of joe at this cafe, enjoy their custom coffee blend with notes of brown sugar, cinnamon, and black tea at home. Even if you’re out of the Deliveroo 2.2KM radius, you can still get these steaming loaves to your doorstep with their internal delivery service.
Delivery Fee: $15 flat rate if you can’t access Starter Lab via Deliveroo.
How to order: Via Deliveroo or Google Forms before 5PM.
Check out Starter Lab’s menu for delivery on the Google Forms list.
10. Baker’s Bench Bakery – a variety of cakes, cookies, and bagels
Everything Bagel ($4)
Image credit: @bakersbenchbakery
With the extended circuit breaker in motion, this sedentary lifestyle might just trigger your hunger pangs out of nowhere. If your cravings are yearning for your staple cafe breakfast, Baker’s Bench Bakery has an array of meals to choose from.
Other than their Everything Bagel ($4) that’s jam-packed with ingredients like garlic chips and chia seeds, avid customers also go for the Fudgey Sea Salt Chocolate Brownie ($5) that’s dense and rich. These fresh bakes are great ways to lift your spirits up during these trying times.
Delivery Fee: Free islandwide delivery for orders above $50.
How to order: Via Instagram DM.
Check out Baker’s Bench Bakery’s takeaway menu.
11. The Forage Cafe – set meals for 2
Grilled Waffle Sandwiches (from $15)
Image credit: @theforagecafesg
Go with The Forage Cafe if you’re ordering in for a lunch date with your spouse. They have bundles priced from $35.90 that include a drink, a waffle sandwich, and a main that’s either pasta or a Japanese rice bowl.
The 2 waffle sandwiches featured in these bundles are the Jalapeno Beef Ragu and the Smoked Salmon & Egg. With the many online reviews particularly raving about these dishes, it’s safe to say that first-timers won’t be disappointed.
Delivery Fee: Free for orders over $50. Otherwise, there’s a $4 delivery fee.
How to order: Via WhatsApp text or direct phone call to 8869 7131.
Check out The Forage Cafe’s deals and full menu.
12. Summer Hill – dark chocolate tart
Dark Chocolate Tart made with 72% couverture and sprinkled with sea salt ($8)
Image credit: @summerhill.sg
Even though we have to say goodbye to ice-cream and other non-essential foods for now, look beyond your delivery apps and you’ll find small cafes with delivery services like Summer Hill on Instagram serving desserts along with their mains. For those who love generous layers of dark chocolate ganache, their Dark Chocolate Tart is a must-try according to the raving online reviews.
During this period, they’ve also got DIY Eats for families who like to take the cooking into their own hands. The DIY sets include Signature Roast Chicken for 2-3 ($45), Roast Kurobuta Pork Collar in Dijon Mustard Sauce for 3-4 ($120), and lastly, the Beef Ribeye Roast for 4-5 ($198). Get your hands dirty when you cook the set of your choice with the fam.
How to order: Via WhatsApp text or a direct phone call to 6251 5337. Follow these instructions on how to place an order.
Check out Summer Hill’s full menu.
13. The Providore – coffee bundles
Image credit: @theprovidore
You’re probably missing your daily cuppa from The Providore if you’re a CBD kia stuck at home thanks to the Circuit Breaker. You’re in luck because they’ve got bundles of 4 cups of coffee, in regular and large sizes available for delivery from $15.
On top of that, get the Club Sandwich ($18.50) and the Grilled Ham & Cheese Toastie ($17.50). These sandwiches may look small in pictures, but don’t undermine the size because they’re hailed by online reviews as good hefty lunch meals.
Delivery Fee: Order $20 worth of food to be eligible for a $15 delivery service.
How to order: Via their website.
Check out The Providore’s online menu.
14. Cafe de Muse – Korean fusion brunch and pastas
Bulgogi Pasta ($23)
Image credit: @cafedemusesg
Fancy an atas touch to the typical Korean meal? Cafe de Muse has a whole plethora of food, ranging from Korean fusion all-day brunch to pizzas and pastas. Their signature dishes include Chicken & Basil Pesto ($17), Ribeye with Tomato & Onion Salesa ($21), as well as the Sous Vide Chicken Roulade ($24).
How to order: Via foodpanda.
Check out Cafe de Muse’s full menu.
15. Plain Vanilla Bakery – cupcakes
Box of 6 Cupcakes – Favourites ($24)
Image adapted from Plain Vanilla Bakery
Plain Vanilla’s yummy cupcakes are also available online. Bag your fave cupcake flavours like Salted Caramel, Red Velvet, as well as Dark Chocolate Ganache. That’s not all – you can get filling main dishes like the Spicy Beef Ragu ($20) and the Roast Chicken and Black Hummus Sandwich ($18).
Delivery Fee: Free with a minimum spend of $95.
How to order: Via the website.
Check out Plain Vanilla Bakery’s menu.
16. Brunches Cafe – high tea sets
High Tea Set with Choice of Tea ($36)
Image credit: @hopexgram
If you’re running out of ideas for your Skype shenanigans with your best buds, order yourselves a high tea set to enjoy a virtual tea party. The high tea set from Brunches Cafe has little bites and scones that’s worth the midday calories. Other than high tea, enjoy mains like Creamy Carbonara ($15.50) and Pan-fried Salmon Steak with Hollandaise Sauce ($18.50).
Delivery Fee: Free for orders that are $100 and above, minimum order of $40
How to order: Via the cafe’s website, Deliveroo, foodpanda, or GrabFood.
Check out Brunches Cafe’s full menu.
17. Acoustic Cafe – unique latte flavours
Toffee Nut Latte (from $5.20)
Image adapted from @acousticcafesg
If you belong to the pack that waits for Christmas every year to drink Toffee Nut Latte, you don’t have to wait anymore. From their signature Acoustic Milk Latte to exotic tea blends like Milky Popcorn and Formosa Oriental Beauty, you have a multitude of coffee and tea blends to experiment every day of the week.
How to order: Via GrabFood or foodpanda.
Check out Acoustic Cafe’s full menu.
Delivery services for cafes
With the Circuit Breaker in motion and now extended, upgrade your daily routine with a good cafe meal at home from these cafes with delivery services. From all-day brunches and desserts to customisable waffles and mains, the possibilities are endless to treat yourself while staying at home.
Not only do you get to stuff yourself with amazing cafe food, you get to support many small local businesses during this COVID-19 season.
Read our other articles about where you can order from, other than cafes with delivery services, in during this Circuit Breaker here: