Restaurant food delivery Singapore

restaurant food delivery
Restaurant food delivery
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With the announcement of the month-long Circuit Breaker, plenty of stores have limited their operations. But if you’re a foodie, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re devoid of your favourite tasty treats.

Several 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. The Masses – Franco-Asian fare & kombucha

The Masses delivery
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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 lunch special ($28), which comprises a starter, main – of wild fish, duck confit or roasted chicken – and a drink. Bundles for 2, 4 or 6 pax are also available from $55.90 if you’re looking for something to share.

The Masses food delivery
C&C&C&C Pasta (from $16)
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To wash all those flavours down, try their kombucha (from $5) or mocktail ($7.50).

Order here.

Delivery fee: $6-$9 depending on location. Free delivery with minimum spend of $100.

Opening hours: Mon- Sat 12PM-9.30PM | Sun 12PM-9PM
Telephone: 6266 0061

2. Kabuke – couple sets and wagyu bowls

Kabuke restaurant food delivery
Treat yourself to their Kabuke Pleasure Bowl ($58)
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Couples, the circuit breaker is no 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 Set A ($43), which comes with 2 mains of your choice – options include Wagyu Suki Bowl and Kurobuta Miso Maze Don – along with a side and sesame wings. Pair it with one of their 7 distinct types of sake (from $59), imported from various Japanese prefectures.

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

Delivery fee: $10, minimum $35 spend required. Free delivery with minimum spend of $80.

Opening hours: 11AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 8822 5525

3. Jamie’s Italian – lasagne, risotto and pizza at 15% off

Jamie Oliver’s cooking show has plenty of recipes you can follow during WFH days. But if you’ve got zilch cooking skills and a celebration is underway, consider ordering from the renowned Jamie’s Italian for an impeccable meal all prepped up for you.

Jamie’s Italian delivery
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Upgraded versions of classic Italian fare like Oxtail Lasagne ($24.95), Prawn Risotto ($27.95) and Truffle Shuffle Pizza ($29.95) are up on the delivery menu. Things get more enticing with their ongoing deal featuring 15% off all a la carte dishes!

The menu can be found here. To order, give the restaurant a call.

Delivery fee: Free delivery with minimum spend of $100. No minimum spend for orders along and around Tanglin Road.

Opening hours: 11.30AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 6655 7676

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

BTM Mussels & Bar restaurant food delivery
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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 Franco-Belgian family pack for 4 ($138) comes with 1KG of mussels, beef balls, escargot, french fries, salad and waffles.Top up $38 for a bottle of house wine to complete the evening.

Simply call or WhatsApp their contact below to order – full delivery menu here. Alternatively, their a la carte menu is also available on 3rd party delivery sites like Grabfood.

Delivery fee: Free delivery islandwide. Minimum $75 spend required.

Opening hours: Delivery is available from 11AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 8121 3247

5. The Elephant Room – Indian food and cocktails with free delivery above $40

If till date, your Indian food palate has been limited to prata and thosai, it’s time to check out The Elephant Room. Discover modern Indian cuisine with dishes like Tamarind Curry Prawn ($24) and mutton marinade-covered Lamb Pockets ($18).

The Elephant Room
Tamarind Curry Prawn
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Grab a bottle or two of their popular Pink Guava Gin ($107/ 700ML bottle) if alcohol, in your dictionary, is not limited to hand sanitisers.

You can find their unconventional menu on their IG Story and place your orders here.

Delivery fee: Free. Minimum order of $40 worth of food or 2 bottles of alcohol.

Opening hours: 12PM-10PM, Daily | Food orders close at 9PM.
Telephone: 9111 5131

6. 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 this circuit breaker period. Set deals are available from an affordable $9.90 and this comes with 2 types of dim sum, a main course, meat, vegetable and dessert.

Peach Garden restaurant food delivery
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Those dining with the fam can also check out their Deluxe Set for 4 ($65). The deal’s exceptionally worth it, considering it comes with their Signature Roasted Duck, Fried Golden Prawn with Crispy Cereal Oats, along with a main, soup and dessert.

Order here

Delivery fee: $18. 

Opening hours: Varies, depending on branch.
Telephone: 6252 9833

7. Oxwell & Co – roasts delivery on weekends

It might only be April but British pub Oxwell & Co will make it feel like it’s Christmas with their aromatic roasts. Dishes available for delivery include their Whole Free Range Roast Chicken ($65) and Grass Fed Roasted Beef Striploin ($105). Both are a hefty 1KG in weight and can feed up to 4!

Oxwell and Co delivery
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Oxwell & Co

The bars might be closed but you can still clink glasses with their set of 5 craft Ox brews for $35. To place your order, drop a Whatsapp text to the contact number below. The menu can be found here.

*Delivery is only available on weekends and orders have to be placed 24 hours in advance. 

Delivery fee: $10, minimum spend of $50 required. Free delivery with minimum spend of $150.

Opening hours: 12PM-12AM, Daily
Telephone: 9297 1994

8. Birds of a Feather – Szechuan fusion food

Birds of a Feather has an exquisite array of dishes ranging from Spicy Oriental Bolognese ($22) to Oxtail Soup with Chinese Yam Noodles ($26). Like your spice? Try out their Find the Chicken in the Chilies ($16) as well – we hear it packs a punch.

Birds of a Feather restaurant food delivery
Oxtail Soup with Chinese Yam Noodles

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While the restaurant does not have an online ordering page, you can check out their menu here and drop them a call or DM their Facebook or Instagram page to place your order. 

Delivery fee: $10, minimum $40 spend required. Free delivery with minimum spend of $100.

Opening hours: Mon – Wed 10.45AM-3PM & 5PM-11PM | Thu 10.45AM-3PM & 5PM-12AM | Fri & Sat 10.30AM-12AM | Sun 10.30AM-10PM
Telephone: 6221 7449

9. Meta – one-Michelin-star Korean fine dining

Meta delivery
Jeju abalone
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One upping the rest, Meta offers a one-Michelin-star fine dining experience brought to your home sweet home. Light some candles to the table while you enjoy one of their two set menus:

Meta delivery
Chawanmushi with cabbage, kimchi and uni.
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Korean ($45) takes you down a classic K-dining journey with japchae, cabbage chawanmushi and dalgona coffee. If you’ve got a special occasion on the calendar, consider their Meta Signature ($98) set, a 6-course meal complete with Jeju abalone and Wagyu beef short rib. 

Order here.

Delivery fees: Free, minimum spend of $10 required.

Opening hours: 11AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 6513 0898

Restaurant food delivery during Circuit Breaker

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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