Too busy to step into the kitchen to whip up a Christmas feast? We’re here to make your lives easier with our list of lavish Christmas bundles, all available for island-wide delivery. From traditional roasts and turkey dinners to wood-fired pizzas and seafood platters, we have it all right here on Oddle Eats!
1. Burger & Lobster – Christmas Combos
Not a fan of turkey? Not a problem. Opt for Burger & Lobster’s festive combos for your Christmas feast instead. Their Christmas Combo for 8 ($540.35) brings you three juicy 1.5lb lobsters, served with zesty lemon butter. Have your lobsters steamed or grilled, and pick another 8 mains, sides, and drinks of your choice. From the crowd-favourite Lobster Roll and Sweet Potato Fries to Avocado Burger and Sauteed Mushrooms, there’s something for everyone.
A sushi platter might not be part of your typical Christmas bundle, but it’s something that’ll definitely please the crowd. Genki’s Premium Party Set ($62.90, 49 pcs) comprises sushi selections like Hotate, Salmon Mentai, Tako, Unagi, and more, but if you’re feeding the little ones, get the Family Feast ($49.90, 59 pcs). It includes kid-friendly choices like Tamago Maki and Kani Maki.
Of course, no TCC bundle would be complete without its extra lemak rice, tantalising diners with aromatic wafts of pandan and coconut. Accompanying sides of fiery sambal, cucumber, ikan bilis, and peanuts offer a satisfying mix of textures.
And for dessert, savour slices of moist kek kukus (steamed fruit cake), exclusively available for the festive season.
An offshoot of beloved Teochew seafood restaurant Orchid Live Seafood, Chicks N Lobs specialises in serving up fresh seafood bags and Orchid Live’s famous Steven Chicken.
Fuel your festive gatherings with any of their Jolly Holiday Bundles. Their “Deck the Halls” Christmas feast ($308) offers the most variety, with bags of Dungeness Crab (900g-1kg) and Western Australia Lobster (2 x 500g). Douse your bag in sauces like salted egg and mala, and mop up every drop with the accompanying Fried Mantou. The feast also includes 32 pieces of Steven Chicken, dripping with house-made marinade so flavourful it’ll have you licking your fingers clean.
Fans of home-grown brand Awfully Chocolate will be delighted with seasonal specials from their flagship bakery and cafe. ‘The Christmas Feast’ ($380) is a curated spread of Roast Turkey (with chestnut and brioche stuffing), Tenderloin Beef Wellington, a medley of Maple-roasted Vegetables, and much more.
It’s a lavish dining experience that’ll leave you and your guests completely satisfied. And if you still have room for dessert, their Roasted Apple Tart ($88, 12”) looks too good to pass up.
Executive chef Victor Loy runs the pass at this modern steakhouse. Their premium cuts have been sourced from award-winning farms, so you can trust in the quality of their curated Christmas feasts.
Don’t miss their 30 Days Dry Aged Vintage MS2/4 Prime Rib Set ($348), complete with a myriad of tantalising sides. Slather your artisanal sourdough with the accompanying Grand Marnier & Mustard Butter to start, then help yourself to generous servings of Burrata, Truffle Mac & Cheese, and Fried Brussels Sprouts. For dessert, you can’t go wrong with a rich and fruity Earl Grey Pear Cobbler.
7. The Social Outcast – Woodfired Christmas Bundles
This 100% Muslim-owned smokehouse is well-known for their bold and innovative cuisine. Depart from the traditional turkey feast this festive season and opt for one of their Christmas bundles instead. The Woodfire of Joy bundle ($55, for 2-4) serves up 2 wood-fired pizzas of your choice, as well as a set of flavoursome smoked wings.
Our top pizza pick? The ‘Salvador Dali’. Each bite brings with it a taste of 14-hours slow-cooked beef cheek, tangy balsamic vinegar and sweet cherry tomatoes.
This one’s for the seafood lovers. Greenwood Fish Market typically offers up a splendid selection of briny-fresh shellfish and sashimi, but they’ve taken things up a notch this festive season.
Dazzle your guests with Alan’s Seafood Feast ($399, serves 8), a lavish bundle that offers Salmon Wellington (1kg), 2 Boston Lobsters (chilled), fresh oysters—and more. The Christmas bundle even comes with 2 unusual log cakes; one a Sticky Date & Coconut log, the other a tart and buttery Apple Crumble log.
Toast to the year’s blessings with an abundant Christmas feast. Lime Restaurant’s Gourmet Roast Set (Whole Baked Turkey) keeps things classic, with a choice of four side dishes, two types of stuffing, and a Winter Kale Salad.
End things on a sweet note by choosing between their home-baked Pecan or Pumpkin Pie, both magical flavours that taste just the way Christmas feels.
Host a festive matinee and keep your guests fuelled with Basilico’s array of lush brunch offerings. Their “Santo Stefano” Festive Brunch ($449) bundle includes a selection of starters, mains, and desserts. Highlights like the Norcia Black Truffle infused Burrata and Char-Roasted Wagyu Beef Rump are sure to delight guests.
Regent Singapore even offers you the option of adding on a grand floral centrepiece or two, with tea light candles, menu, and name placards that are sure to make your festive event an unforgettable affair.
Take your pick from these Oddle-exclusive Christmas bundles (from $96 for 4-6) curated by RE&S. The group counts Ichiban Boshi and Gokoku Japanese Bakery under its stable of brands, so you’ll be sure to find unique alternatives like the Jingle Sashimi Platter and Yuzu Duck with Japanese Chestnut Stuffing in its selection of Christmas specials.
Log cakes this year include the Yuzu Bûche de Noël (included in Online Bundle 1, otherwise $48.90), an eye-catching creation of torched meringue and yuzu-infused crémeux.
12. Grand Copthorne Waterfront – Festive Joy Bundles
Perfect for large gatherings, Grand Copthorne Waterfront’s Christmas bundles serve a crowd of 10-12. Their Joy Bundle B ($350) includes a bone-in gammon ham (6kg), lobster thermidor (2 whole Boston lobsters), and a range of sweet and savoury sauces for dipping. All their bundles come with a bottle of M wine of your choosing. After all, what’s a Christmas feast without some booze-soaked merry making?