It’s the final countdown before we enter 2021 in full force. Phew, it’s been a long time coming now that 2020 is nearing its end! If your wallet’s feeling the pinch from Christmas shopping, we’ve got just the treat (UOB Cards Promotion) for you to stretch your next dollar.
With social-distancing still in place, scoring that reservation will have strings attached—traffic jams; dining time limits; the town crowd, etc. Need we say more? Take a break from the crowd and the kitchen this year-end celebration. And have the magic delivered over with Oddle Eats instead.
All UOB Cardholders get to enjoy up to $10 off with the promo code “ODDLEUOB” when you pay with your UOB Card (terms and conditions apply). From celebration cakes to some of the best burgers in Singapore, it’s time to go all ham on your feast with UOB Cards Promotion. Here are 10 of our favourite delivery gems for the festive season!
1. Ciel Patisserie
With festive plans in full swing, many are all aboard the bandwagon for Christmas-themed treats. Getting into the Christmas spirit is Ciel Pâtisserie who has rolled out two new seasonal cake flavours. The cakes are Rêve de Cerise ($82) and Biscoff Nöel ($78). The former will please fruit lovers with a refreshing combination of cherry and chocolate. While the latter seeks to thrill chocolate lovers with a soft chocolate cake layered with whipped Biscoff cream.
2. ELIJAH Pies
Made with simple and honest ingredients, the selection of carefully crafted flavours from Elijah Pies is guaranteed to satisfy all your pie cravings (or perhaps make you crave for even more) this festive season!
For a rich and indulgent treat, go for their classic Nutella Pie ($45). It is packed with luscious dark chocolate and roasted hazelnuts. If chocolate isn’t your thing and you’re more of a ‘yogurt bowl for breakfast’ type of person. The Wild Berry Lavender Pie ($52) is the one for you. Made with real berries and fresh yogurt infused with a hint of lavender. You might just want to consider swapping your daily breakfast yogurt bowl for this picture-perfect pie.
3. InterContinental Singapore
From Western to Chinese cuisine, InterContinental Singaporeserves up an array of international dishes from award-winning restaurants Ash & Elm and Man Fu Yuan.
For pizza lovers, this is one rendition you needa hop on. Ash & Elm prepares its signature pizzas in a wood-fired oven for optimum cooking temperatures. Whether you’re a meat-lover or plant-based eater, you’ll be stoked to find out that the restaurant caters to both diets! Such as their Pumpkin & Bacon Pizza ($26) and Garden Vegetable Pizza ($24).
What about replacing your traditional roast turkey with Man Fu Yuan’s Signature Smoked Duck ($42) for your Christmas feast this year? Sink your teeth into the crispiness of the smoked duck skin. And enjoy the aroma of the longjing tea that is used to smoke the duck with.
4. LANA Cakes
The OG Chocolate Fudge from LANA Cakes never fails to hit the sweet spot at any time of the year. Established in 1964, the cakes from this humble bakery are guaranteed to satisfy your family and friends with nostalgia at its best. You can snag their (OC) Standard Chocolate ($50) for 1.1kg of homemade, fudgy goodness to indulge in with your loved ones. Order 3 days in advance.
Serving an array of Asian Street Food from Spice Brasserie and authentic Sichuan and Cantonese dishes from Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant. PARKROYAL on Kitchener Roadis your perfect go-to for a spicy and flavourful Christmas feast.
If you’re going for a Chinese-themed festive meal, the Bundle Set A ($98) and Bundle Set B ($128) will do just the trick. Boasting a combination of dim sum delicacies, roast meats and more. The bundle meal makes the perfect multi-course meal for the crew.
7. PS. Cafe Petit
Known for its stunning and beautiful architecture, you will be pleased to know that PS. Cafe Petit serves equally aesthetically-pleasing dishes. Apart from its iconic Truffle Shoestring Fries ($17.67), the cafe also features a hearty selection of irresistible Western food. Only using high quality ingredients, add the PS. Petit Burger ($27.30) to cart to satisfy that burger craving.
And of course—the Sticky Date Pudding ($16.60). Whether you’re a fan of sticky dates or not, this sweet treat is arguably one of the best desserts at PS. Cafe and possibly, in Singapore. Judge for yourself and order one to share with good company after the feastivities!
8. Pura Brasa
Fancy a good selection of Spanish tapas and grilled meat? You can count on Pura Brasa for their authentic Spanish food that is prepared in the acclaimed “best charcoal oven” in the world, the Josper grill.
Cooked at a low temperature to ensure optimum juiciness of the meat. The Spanish Pork Ribs ($25) is placed in the Josper grill at an extremely high temperature to get a crispy and slightly burnt exterior. Meat lovers—this one will definitely win your heart.
9. The Social Outcast
Planning a no-frills Christmas meal for a group of happy-go-lucky eaters? The Social Outcast has rolled out its Christmas Bundles and Ration Packs, perfect for the holiday season. Choose from the Christmas Royal Bundle ($40) and Christmas Deluxe Bundle ($40) for a cosy indoor meal with some Mate Mate drinks. If you’re looking to go hard on the meat, check out the Meat Ration Pack ($45) and Cheat Day Ration ($37) that’s worth every calorie. After what seems to be the most dreadful year of the 21st century—you deserve it.
10. Vatos Urban Tacos
Opened by 3 Korean-American lads, Vatos Urban Tacos brings a taste of Korea to Singapore by serving up a fusion of Ko-Mex food. The restaurant adds a Korean twist to classic Mexican dishes in their burritos, burrito bowls, tacos and quesadillas.
For the best of both worlds, the Korean Pork Belly Tacos ($13) seals the deal. Featuring chunks of pork belly marinated with Korean soy paste, ssamjang aioli and onions, served atop homemade corn tortillas. This is one that will have you licking your lips for more. Going down the track of authentic Mexican food, the Fajita Classic Burrito ($14) allows you to select a customisable protein option befitting your craving, party or dietary needs.