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Restaurant food delivery Singapore

Even though dining out is back, there are still some days where even the tenderest steak can’t get us out of our homes. If you’re a foodie and a homebody, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re devoid of your favourite tasty treats.

Many restaurants have now started offering delivery services so you can still feast in style, albeit at home. Be it for a special occasion or a simple treat-yourself, these are 9 restaurants you can order from, for a fancy meal at your dining table.

P.S. Most of these aren’t available on third party delivery sites!

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1. LeVel 33 – Western restro-bar nosh

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Parking in the CBD can be a hassle, but there’s nothing stopping you from getting LeVel 33‘s yummy bar grub and beer delivered to your doorstep. Alongside freshly-brewed craft beer (from $6.50), find daily roasts, brewery burgers and sandwiches on the menu. 

This provides the perfect opportunity to stuff yourself with “fancy” food like BBQ Pork Ribs ($39.50), Lobster Rolls ($32) and Lamb Shanks ($39.50) without worrying about dirtying that pretty dress or getting sauce all over your hands.

Order from LeVel 33 here.

Delivery fee: $15. Free delivery with $150 minimum spend.

Delivery hours: 12PM-10PM, Daily
Contact: 6834 3133

LeVel 33 website

2. Publico – Authentic Italian wood-fired pizzas & pastas

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No need to book a flight to Italy thanks to Publico Ristorante. The place uses the old-school wood firing method for their pizzas, so it’s a definite chef’s kiss for each slice. Get freshly made grub like the Margherita ($25) or Prosciutto ($32) pizza to share with the fam, or a bowl of Orecchiette Bolognese ($30) or Burrata Paccheri ($28) for yourself. 

Returning customers, you’ll also want to join the giveaway happening from now till 24th November 2022. Spend $60 (before GST) and opt for self pick-up to earn 1 stamp. You’ll get a free tiramisu with 4 stamps and 8 stamps will get you a free pizza on your next order plus a chance to join the lucky draw for a one-night luxury stay at Khao Yai, Thailand.

You can place your order on the Publico To-go page – and if you opt for self pick-up, there’ll be a 25% discount on all à la carte food items.

Address: 1 Nanson Road, Singapore 238909
Delivery hours: 12pm-9.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6826 5040 | | Publico website

3. The Masses – Franco-Asian fare & kombucha

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Kombucha, mocktails and Franco-Asian fare are now available with a tap of your finger with The Masses. Indulge in their 2-course set lunches ($32.90) which comprises a starter and main – with options like angus beef cheek, duck confit or roasted chicken. Bundles for 2-, 4- or 6-pax are also available from $62.90 if you’re looking for something to share with the rest of the fam.

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To wash all those flavours down, add on a kombucha (from $4), Gryphon Tea ($4.50) or red/white wine (from $68/bottle).

Order from The Masses here.

Delivery fee: $5, min spend $35 required. Free delivery with minimum spend of $180. 

Delivery hours: 12PM-9.30PM, Daily
Contact: 6222 0061

The Masses website

4. Kabuke – Couple sets and wagyu bowls

Treat yourself to their Kabuke Pleasure Bowl ($58)
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There’s reason to skip out on doing something sweet once for each other! If you’re living together with your S/O check out Kabuke’s couple sets for your next special occasion or random date night.

Dive into the Aoto Set ($45), which comes with two mains of your choice – options include Wagyu Suki Bowl and Crispy Kurobuta Pork Don – along with a side and sesame wings. Pair it with one of their seven distinct types of sake (from $65/bottle), imported from various Japanese prefectures.

To order, check out their menu here and contact the restaurant via Whatsapp to order.

Delivery fee: $10, minimum $50 spend required. Free delivery with minimum spend of $100.

Delivery hours: 12PM-8PM, Daily
Contact: 8822 5525

Kabuke website

5. BTM Mussels & Bar – Belgium-style mussels, escargot and fries

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With creamy and juicy Belgium-style mussels on the menu, BTM Mussels & Bar might be the fix you need after a tough day of work from home. Their BTM’s Famous Mussel Set for 4 ($138) comes with 1KG of mussels, cheese croquettes, escargot, french fries, salad and chocolate mousse. Top up $38 for a bottle of house wine to complete the evening.

Simply head to their website’s home page to order. Alternatively, their a la carte menu is also available on third party delivery sites like Grabfood.

Delivery fee: $18, minimum $50 spend. Free delivery for orders above $180.

Delivery hours: 11.30AM-9.30PM, Daily
Contact: 6690 7562

BTM Mussels & Bar website

6. UNA – Customisable dinner bundles 

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Anyone with a penchant for Spanish food will know of 1-Group’s UNA, housed within the rustic Alkaff Mansion. For the next at-home celebration with the fam, check out their DIY Signature Menu – a bundle package where you can build your own feasts.

Take your pick from starters like sautéed tiger prawns Gambas Al Ajillo ($26) and mains like red wine-braised Angus beef cheek Carrillera de Ternera ($32). Desserts (from $16) like churros and cheese platters are also part of the package, if you’d like to end your meal on a sweet note.

Also under the 1-Group brand are The Summer House, Flnt and Fire, with everything from Charcuterie Platters to cocktails available for delivery. See 1-Group’s full delivery menu here.

Delivery fee: $15.

Delivery hours: 12PM-10PM, Daily
Contact: 8126 8844

UNA website

7. Peach Garden – Bento sets, roasted duck and cereal prawns

Typically associated with lavish dine-ins, Peach Garden now has a delivery arm you can rely on for sumptuous Chinese fare.

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Those dining with the fam can also check out their Deluxe Set for 4 ($68). The deal’s exceptionally worth it, considering it comes with their Kung Bao Sautéed Chicken, Fried Golden Prawn with Crispy Oat Cereal, along with vegetables, soup and dessert. Add on their Signature Roasted Crispy Duck for $28.80 (U.P. $40.66).

Bento set takeaways are also available from an affordable $9.90 and this comes with two types of dim sum, a main course, meat/seafood, vegetable and dessert.

Order from Peach Garden here

Delivery fee: $18. Free delivery with $68 minimum spend.

Delivery hours: 11AM-9PM, Daily

Peach Garden website

8. Birds of a Feather – Sichuan fusion food

Birds of a Feather has an exquisite array of dishes ranging from Spicy Oriental Bolognese ($25) to Sichuan Oxtail Soup ($28). Like your spice? Try out their Find the Chicken in the Chilies ($17) as well – we hear it packs a punch.

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Order from Birds of a Feather here

Delivery fee: Free, min spend $50 required.

Delivery hours: 11.30AM-10.30PM, Daily
Contact: 9755 7115

Birds of a Feather website

9. Waterfall Ristorante Italiano – Gourmet feast for five

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Who’s to say meals at home can’t be super-extravagant? Offering 90-minute restaurant food delivery is Shangri-La’s Waterfall Ristorante Italiano with contemporary Italian pizza, pasta, mains priced from a reasonable $18.19.

But if you’re looking to go all out for your next meal, then look no further than their Festa della Repubblica Italiana feast for five ($238, or $47.60/person). Expect to be stuffed to the brim with delectable antipasto, primi piatti and secondi piatti quick translation: two types of main dishes – and a dessert platter to end the night.

Order from Shangri-La’s Waterfall Ristorante Italiano here.

Delivery fee: $20, free for orders above $200

Delivery hours: 12PM-9PM, Daily
Contact: 6213 4398

Waterfall Ristorante Italiano website

Restaurant food delivery

Good food = good mood and all of us do with some heavy mood lifting these days. If you’re getting bored of your own cooking, or ordering the same old thing from the nearest hawker store, consider these restaurant food delivery options to spice up your days.

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Cover image adapted from: @sgfoodtrend, @chewwwie
Original article published on 16th April 2020. Updated by Joycelyn Yeow on 17th November 2022.

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