Hello February! January has raced past us yet again. With Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day coming up (all on the same weekend too), and the recent rise in community cases, having a #StayHome celebration for the double occasion seems wisest. With this, why not order in with Oddle Eats‘ islandwide food delivery?
Ready to tuck in? Dig in to our lineup of the month and set your dining tables for a splendid feast!
1. Raffles Hotel Lunar New Year
There’s no better way to welcome a new spring than with Raffles Hotel Lunar New Year‘s menu. Curated by the 藝 yì team, their finest CNY specials can now be enjoyed and savoured in the comfort of your own home.
Elevate your reunion table with the Bountiful Treasure Seafood Pot ($488), which features 10-head abalones, scallops and more premium delicacies, all simmered to perfection. Sure to satisfy, and, most importantly, usher in a year of blessings.
Bountiful Treasure Seafood Pot
Chef Jereme’s Signature Golden Fried Rice with Preserved Meats
Fortune Yu Sheng with Salmon & Fish Skin Crackers
For complete packages, opt for the Decadent Set ($308 for 6 pax) or Auspicious Set ($728 for 8 pax). The latter comes with a Barbeque Iberico Pork Char Siew and the Prosperity Seafood Treasure Pot, amongst many other additional dishes. For mains, both sets come with Chef Jereme’s Signature Golden Fried Rice with Preserved Meats.
Love your fill of buttery bakes at teatime? With Baker’s Brew’s signature creations, infused with the best of local flavours, you’re in for a treat!
Ondeh Ondeh, Pineapple Bak Kwa, and Muah Chee Peanut Cookies
Bundle of 3
Have a taste of the bestselling Ondeh-Ondeh Cookies ($27.80). With gula melaka coconut filling wrapped in a pandan-infused dough, it’s reminiscent of the usual burst-in-your-mouth ondeh ondeh kuih. Don’t miss out on the innovative pairing in the Pineapple Bak Kwa Cookies ($27.80) and the sweet and crunchy Muah Chee Peanut Cookies ($27.80). You can even get them all as a Bundle of 3 ($78) if you’re feeling indecisive!
Plus, indulge in the Best 6 ($58.80), featuring individual slices of their bestsellers pieced and jigsawed into a single cake. From Ondeh-Ondeh, Earl Grey Lavender, Roasted Pistachio & Rose, to Lychee Mango and more, it’s great for sharing amongst your friends and relatives. Perfect for while you chat during your Chinese New Year visits (safe distancing precautions taken, of course).
COLLIN’S is surely a household name and a fan-favourite for its high-quality Western fare at pocket-friendly prices. With islandwide delivery from its 23 outlets, feasting on COLLIN’S for your #StayHome meals just got a lot easier.
"No Chicken Chunks" Yu Sheng
COLLIN’S® Party Platter for 2-3 Pax
COLLIN’S® Special Pizza
COLLIN’S® Mixed Grill
Keen on trying something new for CNY? Go for a Western-style reunion meal with their Prosperity Bundle ($118, 4-5 pax). The set includes tender duck breast, a whole roasted chicken, half a slab of pork ribs, haddock fish, tempura squid and so much more. Rest assured that you’ll have your lohei platter covered (thoughshouting auspicious phrases will have to wait till 2022) with the plant-based “No Chicken Chunks”, powered by The Vegetarian Butcher.
COLLIN’S® Party Platter ($68, 2-3 pax) is sure to wow. The main star is the Whole Roasted Benja Chicken. Also called the “wagyu” of chicken, it deserves its hype for being the world’s first brown rice fed variety. For bigger gatherings, the Party Platter is available for 6-8 pax ($179) and 9-10 pax ($229).
4. Creme and Cone
Creme and Cone is an artisanal gelato boutique at the heart of CBD. Particularly, they offer great twists on our favourite childhood flavours and churn out their gelato in small batches daily.
Think Milo Brownie ($16 per 160z pint), Sea Salt Horlicks ($16 per 160z pint), and Lychee Rose ($16 per 160z pint), the last of which resembles the well-loved bandung drink. Also try their Avocado Cocoa ($16 per 160z pint), which contains dark cacao nibs for an extra crunch.
For even more sweetness, order in with Oddle Eats‘ islandwide food delivery and share it with your special someone this Valentine’s!
5. Ming Kitchen
What better way to feast than with Chang Cheng Group’s Ming Kitchenthis Lunar New Year? Offering Chinese-style seafood cuisine at more than 30 outlets islandwide, you’re guaranteed a delightful spread of traditional cuisine for your reunion.
Nothing is more symbolic of auspiciousness than the Chinese treasure pot, or pen cai. The good news is that Ming Kitchen has an abundance of choices for your huat-tastic CNY dishes! Get the Auspicious Pen Cai (from $188 for 5 pax) as a standalone. Or bundle it with a Prosperity Yu Sheng, available for 5 pax ($218) or 8-10 pax ($282.80) for a complete package.
For set menus, choose from the Joyous Set (from $220.80 for 5 pax) to the ultra luxurious Prosperous Set (from $368 for 5 pax).
6. The Boiler
The Boiler serves up Cajun-inspired, using only fresh seafood with strong bold sauces, infused with both local and Western spices.
Boiler's Bombdiggity Bag
Try the Boiler’s Duo Plus ($89 for 2 pax) or the Boiler’s Bombdiggity Bag ($169 for 4 pax). Both feature a hefty selection of Sri Lanka or Dungeness crabs in your preferred sauce, as well as prawns, mussels, clams, sausages and more. Gotta say that it lives up to its name! The Boston Lobster ($59, 600-650g) is a great choice for shellfish lovers, too.
For a real taste of New Orleans, try the Cajun Jambalaya ($13.90), with linguine and chicken sauteed with onions, tomatoes and peppers in a spicy sauce.
7. The Humble Scoop
Love ice-cream? (If you say you don’t, you’re probably lying.) The Humble Scoop is here to fix your ice-cream cravings with nostalgic, locally-inspired flavours for a much needed #throwback to your childhood favourites!
Try the perennial favourite—the Orh Be Good ice-cream ($19 a pint). No sarcasm, no or bi good, no “serves you right”. Just good ol’ pulut hitam ice-cream that you definitely deserve. Also, try the incredibly punny and yummy Inkuehdible ice-cream ($16), which is made of salted coconut and gula melaka. For something truly uncommon, the Orh Haw ice-cream ($16) is an adaptation of our favourite childhood candy. The smooth and refreshing sorbet is infused with the flavours Hawthorn Berry and is guaranteed to be super shiok.
Trust me, the ice-cream is just as delightful as the names.
If self-restraint isn’t your biggest strength, you might just finish all of these goodies yourself. Don’t worry, though! WithOddle Eats’ islandwide food delivery, you can send these decadent treats straight to your loved ones for minimal risk of that happening.
8. Uncle Leong Seafood
First established in a neighbourhood kopitiam at Ang Mo Kio, Uncle Leong Seafood now has 3 outlets. Getting your crab cravings fixed doesn’t equate a fuss-filled journey across the country, though. Islandwide food delivery with Oddle Eats is always an option—spare feeling crabby from the trip and tuck into it in the comfort of your home!
Shimmering Sand Crab Delight
Claypot Crab Beehoon
Creamy Butter Crab
Famed for its Shimmering Sand Crab Delight ($86), you don’t want to miss this out in your order. The sweetness of the crab is accentuated by the creamy, curry-leaf infused sauce and the sprinkle of oatmeal on top makes this dish even better. And nothing screams ‘Singaporean’ more than Chilli Crab ($86). For the best of the best, go for the Claypot Crab Bee Hoon Soup ($86).
9. 滿 MĂN by Fairmont Singapore
滿 MĂN by Fairmont Singapore, presented by Swissôtel The Stamford & Fairmont Singapore, is now bringing their creations to you with islandwide food delivery! And they have everything you can wish for, from deluxe Chinese New Year specials, to breakfasts and perfect meals for sharing.
Roasted Suckling Pig
Middle Eastern "Impossible" Kofta (Vegan)
“Capelli d’Angelo” all’Astice
For an imperial feast befitting of royalty, go for MĂN’s Fortune Meal 三星报喜 ($424) with its trio of roasted suckling pig, chicken and duck. The Abundance Pot of Gold “Pen Cai” ($538, 4-6 pax) is also one to anticipate. Loaded with premium abalone, sea cucumber, fish maw, and more luxe ingredients, you don’t want to miss it!
Looking for something more down-to-earth? Try their range of pizzas, breakfast items and pasta. For one, order any 2 of their wood-fired pizzas from Prego and enjoy 50% off on the second!
10. The Plattering Co.
If you’re still formulating your gameplan for your festive dinner, The Plattering Co. is here to help.
CNY Feast of Abundance
Rainbow Fruit Yusheng Platter
Fortune Smoked Duck with Japanese Mushroom Rice Bowl
Silken Tofu with Sesame Soy Sauce and Shallots
with Stir-Fried Udon Bento
The CNY Feast of Abundance ($358 for 10 pax) features a plethora of dishes, such as the innovative Rainbow Fruit Yu Sheng with Mini Abalones. Plus, pick your choice of proteins from the Duck Leg Confit, Oven-Baked Salmon, Roast Beef, or the ultra-luxurious Lobster Au Gratin.
Roll out the red carpet for Ka-Soh Restaurant! Also known as Swee Kee Eating house, the eatery is a pioneer of the traditional Cantonese-style fish soup in Singapore and has amassed recognition— with a Michelin Bib Gourmand to show for it.
Slice Fish Noodles Soup 鱼片米粉汤
Sweet & Sour Pork 咕噜肉
San Lou Horfun 三捞河粉
Egg Tofu with Crabmeat 蟹肉豆腐
While their Slice Fish Noodles Soup 鱼片米粉汤 (from $9.57) may resemble the regular fish soup you find at your neighbourhood kopitiam, the cooking styles between the two are vastly different. Despite its appearance, there’s actually no milk in the broth. Instead, the richness of the soup is achieved through long hours of boiling of the stock over high heat. Their San Lou Horfun 三捞河粉 (from $11.30) is also a must-try!
Kok Kee Wanton Noodles started out as a humble hawker stall in Lavender Food Court. While the stall closed down in 2016 (to many wanton-mee-lovers’ dismay), it was reopened in 2019 and has been busy serving up its iconic noodles ever since.
Now, they’ve got islandwide delivery with Oddle Eats, so you can skip the queue and enjoy your steaming hot plate of noodles at home.
云吞面 (干) Wanton Noodle - Dry
炸云吞 Crispy Fried Wanton
招牌油菜 Signature Vegetable
Kok Kee is most famed for its unique lard-based sauce. With that in mind, their dry noodles have got to be on the top of your to-eat list. Give the 云吞面 (干) Wanton Noodle – Dry ($6) and the 水饺面 (干) Dumpling Noodle – Dry ($6) a taste! The springy noodles definitely make an impression. Another dish that Kok Kee is revered for is its 炸云吞 Crispy Fried Wanton ($7.50). So crisp and so good, you’ll be craving it every weekend!