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To welcome the month of November, here is A Guide To International Cuisine With Citi Card Privileges For Your Next #StayHome Occasion for that extra pizazz.
1. Man Man Unagi
Touted Singapore’s very first Unagi Specialty Restaurant, fall head-over-eels with Man Man Unagi. The restaurant serves up premium grilled eel, dipped in a vault of addictive Japanese tare (soy sauce mixed with mirin and sugar).
A classic unagi dish would have to be none other than their Hitsumabushi ($34).
Savour the perfect unagi bento with a generous amount of sliced eel meat lain over plump Japanese white rice and a side of pickles, spring onion, seaweed, wasabi, and broth. A simple yet luscious combination.
For the meat lovers our there, the unagi-lovin’ house will surely surprise you with their Roast Beef selection. Take it from me, it’s equally as delightful as their signature. The unagi specialty restaurant’s Roast Beef with Unagi ($30.50) brings you the best of both worlds, with soft unagi and springy beef all in one dish.
Have it delivered: Island-wide delivery from $4 with min. $60 spend.
It all started with 4 schoolmates brainstorming about opening a restaurant focusing on only two things: Burger and Lobster. Since 2011, they have since expanded across 7 countries and has garnered international recognition for the simple yet luxurious creations.
Without a doubt, the Original Lobster Roll Combo ($34) is simply irresistible. Whether it’s your first time dining with B&L or the umpteenth time, I’d like to think you can’t go wrong with this option.
Think plump, succulent chunks of lobster meat, tossed in lemon mayo, served alongside hot and cripsy chips and a refreshing salad – oh boy, I’m already drooling…
Plus, the party invitations just keep stacking as we keep our fingers crossed for Phase 3. Pre-order your B&L Combo (from $120) and savour the best of both worlds with family and friends at your next party!
Have it delivered: Island-wide delivery from $8 with min. $60 spend.
Hopeless Ramen-tics? This one’s for you. Established in 1985 in Fukuoka, Japan, Ippudo has since garnered global recognition and expanded worldwide, formulating ramen flavours to suit different palettes.
For those who feel a bowl of ramen could be complete with a little more, treat yourself to Ippudo’s Signature Set for 1 ($22).
For avid homebodies, feel like a true Japanese chef with Ippudo’s Ramen Kits (from $15.30). Be your own MasterChef and whip up restaurant-class ramen meals in the comfort of your own home.
Simply select your flavour of choice and Ippudo packages all the necessary ingredients for you to cook up a delectable ramen meal for your guests. Date night, anyone?
Have it delivered: Island-wide delivery from $7 with min. $50 spend.
Behind every bowl at Mui Kee Congee lies a heritage as rich as its flavour. Founded in 1979 in Mong Kok, Hong Kong, the clandestine store has since expanded to the shores of Singapore. Passed down for generations, the once small shophouse produces congee packed with old school flavour.
Mui Kee’s Century Egg and Lean Meat Porridge ($9.19) is undoubtedly a familiar favourite.
Their rice grains are meticulously prepared with century eggs to produce a finer texture prior to cooking. While you might find one bowl costing you more than the hawker-friendly value, this is one dish well worth its price.
Have it delivered: Island-wide delivery from $5 with min. $40 spend.
Post K-drama blues? Warm up over SBCD Korean Tofu House signature soups. Following South Korea’s “soontofu” recipe, SBCD feshly produces soft, silken tofu daily and serves it in most of their dishes. The famed 10-ingredient secret recipe soup broth will wrap you in an warm, comforting embrace.
New here? SBCD’s Original Beef Soontofu ($23) makes the perfect choice.
Filled to the brim with a robust broth, the dish is generously packed with fresh ingredients, tender sliced beef and their signature tofu. Pair it with the latest drama (or two) and you’ve got yourself the ultimate #StayHome package.
Have it delivered: Island-wide delivery from $5 with min. $35 spend.
Ever heard of the term “Mother knows best”? Well here at Po Restaurant by Lo & Behold, it’s “Popo knows best”.
Drawing on an array of modernised local favourites, Po’s menu is dedicated to serving top local dishes along with other Asian flavours. Each dish undergoes meticulous refinery and is elevated with top-grade ingredients for that premium touch.
If you ask me how to make Hokkien mee sound more atas, Po’s Restaurant’s Carabinero Prawns and Konbu Mee ($34) would be it.
Relish the oh-so familiar wok-hei, coupled with its rich prawn broth and juicy prawns, elevating the aromatic flavour. The sakura ebi adds a pleasant crunch with each spoonful, sure to please all you ASMR-fanatics out there.
Another local dish upgrade on the menu would be the Kurobuta Char Siew ($20).
Savour thick slices of pork collar, sous vide for 24 hours, finished with a sweet and savory caramelized glaze.
Have it delivered: Island-wide delivery from $15 with no min. spend.
Indulge in an authentic Tonkatsu dining experience with Tonkichi. Since their doors opened in 1993, the modern Tonkatsu restaurant prepares their dishes via traditional Japanese methods, and is notably ‘fried food haven’ for many.
No doubt, Tonkichi’s Chicken Katsu Don Set ($20.90) is not one to be missed.
An OG in the eyes of the Japanese, the Chicken Katsu Don consists of thick chicken chops, coated in breadcrumbs and fried to perfection. Its interior is juicy and tender, whereas its crisp exterior is fried to a glistening golden brown.
If you’d like to add a cheesy twist to your meal, delight in devouring the Cheese Kasane Katsu Set ($27.90), a savoury fusion dish consisting of deep-fried layered pork loin, sandwiched with melted cheese.
If you’re looking for a fast yet oh-so sinful treat for your next meal, Tonkichi will do the trick. Stack on that extra incentive of an additional $10 off? Sold!
Starting out in 2011, Anglo Indian Cafe & Bar serves up authentic Indian cuisine, with a touch of British influence.
This restaurant has mastered the culinary art of producing award-winning meals, which landed themeselves on Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant collection in 2019.
Who could go wrong with Chicken Tikka ($19)? Boneless chicken marinated in spices and yoghurt, grilled in tandoor, a cylindrical oven. Pop a morsel of tender chicken into your mouth and feel its flavour exude from the mixture of the yoghurt and spice.
Famous for their delectable adaptation of the Biryani, Anglo Indian’s Chicken Dum Biryani ($23) is impressive. With Deepavali just round the corner, we’d like to think this is one to make the feast list.
Have it delivered: Island-wide delivery from $0 with min. $50 spend.
Boasting an extensive menu of Munich specialties, Paulaner Bräuhaus Singapore will be the one to ensure you are fed like royalty. They’re no stranger to the scene, having produced handcrafted premium quality beers for over 20 years.
With the festive season coming up, the Brotzeit Platter ($48.90) comes with a lil’ something of everything.
Packed generously with a fine selection of cold cuts, authentic German ‘Obazda’ cheese, a fresh breadbasket, a range of meats and more, munch on a harmonious blend of Paulaner Bräuhaus’ best.
Have it delivered: Island-wide delivery from $5 with min. $50 spend.