New on Oddle Eats [Oct 2021]: Damian’s Cookhouse, Hototogisu, Eatbox & more!


It’s all things new!
Chinese/Peranakan: • Damian’s CookhouseGo-Ang Pratunum Chicken RiceJiang Cantonese TapasThe White Tiffin
Japanese : • HototogisuKabuke
Western: • East Coast CommuneThe Original Botak Jones

Fusion/Others: • EATBOXMel’s Place Restaurant and BarSaveur ThaiTaliwang

The Stabilisation Phase may be here to stay for another month, but mealtimes don’t have to be dull with these 12 restaurants and cafes that are new on Oddle Eats this October 2021! Treat yourself to great food after a long week at work, meet one-on-one, or even invite your loved ones over for a feastin’ good time! 

A Michelin-starred Ramen from Tokyo, authentic Cantonese cuisine, a Peranakan pop-up restaurant, and a tropical cafe nestled in the lush landscape of East Coast Park are just the tip of the iceberg. 

Read our listicle on some of the best places to go for Sunday brunch

1. Damian’s Cookhouse

helmed by one of the most influential figures in Singapore’s restaurant scene, Chef Damian D’Silva brings to the table his experience and culinary expertise in Peranakan cuisine.

If you love all things spicy, you simply must order Damian’s Cookhouse’s signature Ayam Lemak ($32). French chicken that’s been braised with fresh coconut milk, kaffir lime, and given a spicy kick with chilli padi and ginger. Other classic Peranakan favourites that you can order from the table include tangy flavours of his best-selling Babi Masak Assam ($28) and the robust Eurasian classic, Singgang ($28). End your Peranakan feast with some of their delectable nyonya kuehs like melt-in-the-mouth Kueh Kosui or Kueh Bengkah.  

Place your orders for the heartiest and most comforting plates of Chef Damian’s rendition of classic Peranakan dishes here.

2. East Coast Commune

Located along the 3500 square metre Marine Cove in East Coast Park, East Coast Commune boasts hues of teals to complement the surrounding natural landscape. Potted plants can be found around the cafe to symbolise the flora and fauna in the vicinity. 

Offering a wide selection of specialty coffees, hearty sandwiches, and fresh bakes, Featuring a Sourdough Sandwiches like the Smoked Barramundi Sandwich ($19), Laksa Pasta ($22), did you know that most of their food is made in-house with a focus on locally or regionally sourced ingredients? 

Don’t miss out on their signature Sourdough Waffles! With a texture that is soft and chewy, their sourdough waffles are thinner and have a taste that is different from the buttermilk ones that we are familiar with. Choose between sweet or savoury options and top it off with a delightful scoop of yogurt gelato or ice cream!

Now available for islandwide delivery on OddleEats, you can get your brunch favourites right to your doorstep! 

3. EATBOX

Having officially opened its doors on 3 September, EATBOX, is a permanent food hall inspired by the night markets from the pre-Covid19 days. Located at Tekka Place, Eatbox currently boasts 18 food stalls offering a wide range of cuisines such as Korean, classic American burgers, Vietnamese, and more! 

If you’re in the mood for noodles, then you should try out Soul Good Noodle Bar’s Spicy Shoyu Garlic Potato Noodles w/ Charred Beef Slices. Springy potato noodles in spicy shoyu garlic sauce, topped with tender beef slices, mushrooms, and mixed veggies, this bowl of noodles has to be the definition of soul food! 

Skip the travel lanes and try out Okinawa Onigiri’s open-faced Fried Shrimp Onigiri ($8.50) to be transported instantly to Japan! A crispy and tender shrimp sandwiched between omelette and spam, wrapped in fragrant Japanese rice and seaweed. The onigiri is then topped with a generous squeeze of torched mentaiko sauce to bring out the umami flavours of every element. 

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Fried Shrimp Onigiri ($8.50)

Satisfy your cravings with a myriad of cuisines available at Eatbox when you order in with OddleEats! 

4. Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice

This is for all the chicken rice lovers out there! Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice is now on OddleEats, and this means you can now have a delicious plate of Michelin Bib Gourmand chicken rice delivered right to your doorstep! 

Whether you choose their roasted or poached chicken, each piece is chewy and tender accompanied by the fragrance of the broth that it was cooked in. But, what sets Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice apart from other Hainanese chicken rice is their homemade chilli sauce! Don’t underestimate the heat of their chilli sauce because every mouthful of it creates a unique tongue-tingling flavour, complementing the overall plate of chicken rice! Complete your meal with other mouth-watering Thai dishes like Stir Fried Basil Chicken with Kai Lan ($10.70) or crispy Thai Prawn Rolls ($9.63)

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Stir Fried Basil Chicken with Kai Lan ($10.70)

5. Hototogisu

Regardless of your broth preference, there is no denying that slurping a hot bowl of ramen brings about a certain comfort to the soul. If you’re looking to slurp down delicious noodles in flavourful broth, then look no further. Hototogisu Ramen is known for simmering Hamaguri clams as well as pork bone to create a thick and flavourful broth.

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Deluxe Tonkotsu Ramen ($17.50)

Do not be fooled by the plain appearance of their Deluxe Tonkotsu Ramen ($17.50), for it is topped with garnishes and mixed cha su to complement the strong flavours of the broth. If you lean towards something more umami, then you have a slurp at their Crab Ramen ($18.50)!

What’s a meal of ramen without crispy pan-fried Gyozas($6) to complete it? Be it dine-in or ordering in, you can now savour these hearty dishes from one of the best ramen houses in Singapore with islandwide delivery! 

6. Jiang Cantonese Tapas

Named after a character loosely based on a Hong Kong film series, Young & Dangerous, otherwise known as (古惑仔), there’s more than meets the eye at Jiang Cantonese Tapas Bar.

Offering a mix of Hong Kong street food like Curry Fishballs ($6.50) and traditional Cantonese restaurant cuisine such as Claypot Braised Tofu with Seafood ($19.80), Mr Jiang serves up all-time favourites that are sure to whet your appetite.

 
 
 
 
 
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Pinch your chopsticks around Crispy Skin Kurobuta Roast Pork ($13.50) or Honey Glazed Kurobuta Char Siew ($13.50) that will make you finally understand why your Cantonese mum always says “生塊叉燒好過生你”! Don’t miss out on the wok-hei with a bowl of classic Yang Chow Fried Rice or Wok Fried Angus Beef Dry Hor Fun ($21.50).

Enjoy the best of Cantonese cuisine when you order from Mr Jiang through OddleEats! 

7. Kabuke

Using a play of the Japanese words Kabuki and Sake, Kabuke is a cozy joint offering a range of delicious rice bowls made with only the finest ingredients. The Japanese Wagyu Bowl ($58) contains A4 Kagoshima Wagyu topped with perfectly cooked onsen egg and garlic chips for garnish. Each beef slice was tender and the addition of truffle shoyu brings out the umami and flavours of the rice bowl. 

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Japanese Wagyu Bowl ($58)

Kabuke also serves up non-beef rice bowls like Unagi Tempura Don ($15) – crispy, deep-fried unagi pieces are rested on steaming, fluffy Japanese rice, every mouthful is both comforting and satisfying. Complete your meal with the chef’s personal favourite: Baby Corn ($10) topped with Furikake, pork floss, and a generous amount of Sriracha mayo. Pair your meal with their sommelier selection and light bites as you kick back for a chill evening. 

8. Mel’s Place Restaurant and Bar

Joining our lineup of New on Oddle Eats October 2021 is Mel’s Place Restaurant and Bar! Bringing together the best of Asian and Western cuisine, Mel’s Place is a family-friendly bistro that’s perfect for all who love scrumptious food! From pizzas to pastas, and even Hokkien Mee, Mel’s Place is now offering islandwide delivery, so it’s time you prepare yourself for a jaw-droppingly good meal like no other.

Love pastas? Get their Spaghetti Carbonara ($18.60) for al dente pasta in fresh cream sauce, topped with bacon, onions, parmesan cheese, and egg yolk. For all meat lovers, indulge in their Pork Tomahawk Steak ($32.90) – pork steak grilled to perfection, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, with a side of tangy cranberry sauce for a balance of acidic and savoury. Let’s also appreciate their exotic Asian cuisine like Crayfish Hor Fun ($21.90), Ter Kah Bee Hoon ($18.60) for a taste of that wok-hei. 

Get the best of both worlds from Mel’s Place with Oddle Eats’ islandwide delivery today! 

9. Saveur Thai

Established in 2014 by a team of Thai chefs, every dish of Saveur Thai transports you to the Land of Smiles. Plus, with the introduction of a new halal menu, more diners can now savour the taste of authentic Thai cuisine! 

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Thai Classics Feast ($128)

To enjoy a gastronomic experience with your loved ones, order their Thai Classics Feast ($128), perfect for 4 pax! It comes with all the classic must-haves like Signature Tom Yum Seafood Red Soup, Thai Basil Leaf Minced Chicken, Green Curry Mixed Vegetables, and more! Cleanse your palate with a refreshing home-brewed Lemongrass Drink, or wash down your meal with a glass of Thai Milk Tea! 

10. Taliwang

Promising no gimmicks but only wholesome authentic goodness from Lombok is Taliwang! Taliwang is known to be a dish favoured by Sasak Nobility, and with their roots in Lombok, the chefs have brought the unique flavours of Ayam Taliwang to our sunny island!

Choose from appetising starters like Sweet Potato Fries ($10) or Sambal Belado Drumlets, marinated crispy drumlets tossed in homemade sambal sauce to start your meal off. Next up, indulge yourself in delightful and unique main courses like Ayam Bakar Sambal Golek ($15.50), Kangkong Sambal Belacan! 

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Ayam Bakar Sambal Golek ($15.50)

That’s not all! In addition to authentic Lombok dishes, Taliwang also offers their rendition of pastas – Soto Ayam Pasta ($20) or the classic Seafood Arrabbiata ($23)

With their nostalgic array of Lombok’s best, enjoy their lezat dishes wherever you are with our islandwide delivery!

11.  The Original Botak Jones

Botak Jones, best known for its affordable Western dishes and big portions, is now offering islandwide delivery with Oddle Eats! 

Available on the menu are favourites like Cajun Chicken Set ($10), Black Pepper Chicken Set, and their amazingly tender Ribeye Steak Set ($31). You can also have a go at their Burger Sets – choose from their normal cheeseburger, double, or even the U-Crazy-What Set ($37), featuring not two, but THREE patties! 

 
 
 
 
 
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Also offered are delicious sides like Whoopass Cheese Fries ($16), Stuffed Jalapenos, Chicken Gumbo, and more! All it takes is just a click on the Oddle Eats app for an amazing feast from the comfort of your home! 

12. The White Tiffin

If you haven’t heard already, The White Tiffin, has one of the most visually appealing, appetite whetting plates of nasi lemak! Recreating old school vibes through vintage memorabilia as part of their interior decor, The White Tiffin has a wall feature of metallic plates imprinted with coloured florals, spread across a Persian blue wall. 

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Nasi Lemak with Prawn Paste Chicken ($10.70)

But the focus isn’t on the decor. It’s the amazing spread that their menu promises. Their specialties include, of course, Nasi Lemak with Prawn Paste Chicken ($10.70), Nasi Lemak with Crispy Battered Fish Fillet ($10.70). Other mains include Babi Pongteh with Rice – tender, melt-in-your-mouth braised pork belly slow cooked with a range of spices. For something more nutritious, you can get their Fish Maw Seafood Soup with Rice ($15.50)

For a limited time only, brighten up your WFH mealtimes with their Bundle Set ($50) for 2-3pax! Each set comes with their House Specialty Prawn Roll, Grandma’s Curry Chicken, Nyonya Chap Chye, Fragrant Jasmine Rice, and of course, Dessert of the day to finish off the perfect meal!

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