Cheers to the new month—it’s June, which means a month of school holidays. Amidst Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), treating yourself and your loved ones to a feast might just liven things up. Good food can keep one going, especially in this tough situation! Just for you, Oddle Eats has compiled a directory of our new restaurants, all offering islandwide food delivery.
This month, we’ve got Fusion, Seafood, Japanese and Spanish cuisine on the menu. Don’t you worry! More choices equals more food, and more food means more fun, am I right? Plus, you and your loved ones can sit back and relax while your favourite restaurants deliver to your home—with just a click of a button!
1. Alegria: Exquisite Latin-Asian cuisine like no other
Alegria, a Latin-Asian restaurant opened by Filipino actress Dimples Romana, infuses Latin cuisine with the flavours of her homeland. If you’re quite the adventurer, you’ll be WOW-ed by their dishes, all thanks to ingredients and flavours from a vast array of culinary cultures.
Gather your loved ones and treat yourselves to their unique fusion fare wherever you are. Indulge in the Feijoada ($33), which marries savoury pork belly, black beans and edamame, with sweet burnt oranges and grapes. Or the Conxinha ($16.50), pulled chicken croquettes complete with wasabi aioli. Don’t miss out on their attractive Sets ($132 for 2 pax, $198 for 4 pax, $275 for 6 pax), which include a full course meal, covering appetizers, mains to desserts. You are guaranteed to have your meal gatherings sorted out!
2. Corner House: Say “bonjour” to epicureanFrench-Asian fare
Serving contemporary seasonal cuisine that is designed to be dynamic and ever-changing to adapt to the seasons, Corner House‘s delicacies are to be relished.
Enjoy their selection of dishes showcasing their original French-Asian cuisine, and have a dining experience like none other with their new Takeaway and Delivery menu. For one, the Signature Miyazaki A5 Wagyu Striploin ($78) offers two different ways of enjoying in within a single plate. Enjoy yours in the style of grilled sukiyaki and accompanied by broth, ochazuke-style. If you are spoilt for choice, opt for their Indulgence Set (from $298 for 2 pax) and the Communal Set ($588 for 4 pax). Comes with Signature Black Pepper Lobster Capellini & Grilled Zucchini, Suckling pig “lechon” style, and more delights.
3. Humpback: Have a whale of time with their food and your loved ones
All inspired by a trip to the Hama Hama Oyster Farm in the Pacific Northwest, Humpback brings you a medley of beautiful fresh flavors. Expect the best from the sea and land, with ever-evolving flavours to sample from as the seasons change.
Harvested with hands dipped in the coldest estuary of the region, Fresh Oysters ($95 for 18 pcs) will be delivered wherever you are. Comes with garnishes like mignonette sauce, grated horseradish and lemon wedges. Not only do they offer fresh oysters, but they also offer a wide selection of delectable delights like Tuna Tartare ($27), Grilled Octopus ($33), Iberico Pork Loin ($55), and many more. What’s more, they provide islandwide delivery so you and your loved ones can stay safe. Yes, it’s time to sit back and have the freshness of the sea brought to you, for a whale of a time in the comfort of your home.
4. Kotuwa: Bringing the sights, sounds and tastes of Sri Lanka to you
Named after the central business district of Sri Lanka’s capital, Kotuwa also means “fort” in Sinhalese, a reminder of the ancient landmarks built by Sri Lankan kings. Chef Rishi Naleendra pays homage to his own Sri Lankan heritage with his restaurant.
Embodying Sri Lanka’s vibrant and generous dining culture, their menu showcases bright and creative dishes that celebrate the country’s heritage flavours and cooking techniques. From famous Sri Lankan eats like Mutton Rolls ($14), to a myriad of curries like Kaju Curry ($16), as well as housemade sambols and preserves, you can look forward to spicing up your time at home. For mains, the Isso Devil ($34), prawns stir-fried with ginger, green chilli and tomatoes, are not to be missed. Delivery is only available from Tuesdays to Sundays, with pre-orders starting every Monday. Be sure to order in advance!
5. KULTO: A taste of Spain’s best in your home
Born and bred in Rioja, Spain, Head Chef José Alonso helms KULTO‘s kitchen and brings the best of Spain to Singapore’s dining scene. Inspired by his own heritage, culture, and philosophy of letting good quality products speak for themselves, every plate closely resembles the traditional renditions of the dish.
Looking for affordable and quality Chirashi dons? Ninja Chirashi is your answer. Serving only top-grade, locally sourced sashimi and seafood, be prepared to be surprised by their delicious seafood dishes.
7. Odette: A 3 Michelin-starred restaurant, inspired by a grandmother’s labour of love
Odette, helmed by Chef Julien Royer, was inspired by his grandmother. Chef learned how to make the most remarkable dishes from the simplest, purest ingredients, and like his grandmother, believes in preparing food with a genuine sincerity that excites the palate and fills the heart. Certainly, Odette’s MICHELIN-starred status is a testament to his ingenious creations.
8. Omoté: Modern Japanese restaurant specialising in donburis
Inspired by flavours from around the world, Omoté serves up Japanese cuisine with unique contemporary accents. Every menu is thoughtfully curated to delight the senses, broadening the horizons of fusion fare. With just 12 seats when they opened in 2015, it has grown to accomodate 180 diners in 2018.
9. RAPPU Handroll Bar: Exquisite, gourmet handrolls
Did you know that Japanese cuisine is one of only three national food traditions recognized by the United Nations for its cultural significance? Knowing that, you must be anticipating an unrivalled Japanese dining experience. For the best of the best, you’ve got to try RAPPU Handroll Bar by The Feather Blade.
Yes, you can now sink your teeth into one of RAPPU’s handrolls, packed full of ingredients you love—all in the comfort of home. Not sure what to pick? Have the specially curated set, The RAPPU 6 + Rappu Sake Bundle ($106), which includes rolls loaded with Hotate, Kanpachi, Salmon, Toro, Crab, plus their 60ml RAPPU House sake. If you don’t fancy handrolls, have their other options, including their Wagyu Beef Bento ($32), Rappu Chirashi ($28), and so many others.
10. Roland Restaurant: Where Chilli Crab was invented
In 1956, the Founder of Chili Crab, Mr. Lim Choon Ngee, started his seafood restaurant along the Kallang River with just a couple of kerosene lamps, wooden tables and stools. Now, Roland Restaurant is the place to go to for quality seafood, tim sum, and Cantonese-style zi char.
Chilli Crabs (500g/crab x2)
Braised Fish Maw with Sea Treasures
Stir Fried Scallop with Broccoli and XO Sauce
Their specialties include, of course, Singapore’s renowned national dish, the Chilli Crab ($98 for 2 500g crabs). Best accompanied by their Crusty French loaf to dip into the chilli crab gravy. Plus, don’t forget a side of Black Sauce Prawns ($34), Fried Crispy Baby Squid ($15), and many more for a truly seafood feast. What’s more, with one click, you can get a homely feast laid out for you wherever you are.
11. Tapas,24: Unforgettable Spanish gastronomy by a Michelin-starred chef
Tapas,24is the first Asian outpost of the iconic Barcelonian concept, created by Michelin-starred Chef Carles Abellán. Paying tribute to Barcelona’s laidback counter-culture, the all-day restaurant-bar offers sublime tapas that you won’t ever forget.