With the year approaching its end, you may be missing your annual getaways more than usual. Though travelling isn’t quite feasible right now, you can still have a #StayHome holiday with a delightful feast. Safe to say islandwide food delivery has been a major life saviour this 2020!
Plus, skip having to lug huge bags of takeaway food back to your home. Sit back, relax, and spend more time with family and friends instead.
With Oddle Eats’ list of new restaurants offering islandwide delivery starting November 2020, you can have a no-frills gathering with festive fare or zichar delivery. We have more on the menu—Korean takeout, bubble tea delivery, and even steamboat for hotpot-at-home.
Enjoy your stay-home vacay and let these restaurants deliver to you today!
1. Thank Goodness It’s Christmas
Say hello to an early Christmas with Thank Goodness It’s Christmas’s curations for the season! With its locally and regionally-sourced ingredients, Thank Goodness It’s Christmas is perfect for your #SupportLocal initiatives.
Salted Barramundi, Rendang Dry Rub Angus Beef Short Ribs and more
Biryani NZ Lamb Shoulder
Dessert Canapé Box and Christmas Fruit Cake
Dessert Canapé Box
Want to change up your traditional roast turkey for another dinner table centerpiece? For one, their unconventional Laksa Quail ($48) is bound to be a conversation starter. In this dish, locally grown quail from Lian Wah Hang Farm is cooked for 24 hours in a laksa-inspired rempah. Another must-have is the Biryani NZ Lamb Shoulder ($78).
With their delivery-only concept, you’d want to order early. Secure a taste of their unique creations with their Christmas islandwide food delivery!
2. Kok Sen Restaurant
If you’re searching for comfort food to fix your cravings, look no further. Kok Sen Restaurant, a Michelin Bib Gourmand certified eatery, serves up Cantonese-style zi char which you can enjoy in the comfort of your home.
Tuck into their signature Hor Fun, which comes in two variants: the stir-fry with Black Bean sauce (from $8.35) and a dry version with Beef (from $8.35). The Bittergourd Pork Ribs with Black Bean Sauce (from $17.55) is also a quintessentially Cantonese, must-have dish.
Seafood lovers, opt for the Hor Fun with Big Prawns (from $21). Don’t forget Kok Sen’s Curry Fish (from $35.50), which is available as a choice of Fish Head or the Fish Tail for your family dinner!
3. Smokin’ Joe
If you’re looking for affordable Western food delivery, this is the perfect place to be. At Smokin’ Joe, high-quality chargrilled Western food (at hawker centre prices) is the name of the game.
BBQ Boneless Chicken Leg
Cheesy Boneless Chicken Leg
Ibérico Secreto Pork Steak
Wagyu with Ribeye Marbling
Their house specialties include the BBQ Boneless Chicken Leg ($10), which is laid atop a bed of creamy mashed potatoes. Their already-excellent signature dish is elevated with an extra sprinkle of cheese—try the Cheesy Boneless Chicken Leg ($12) for some stellar flavours. Don’t miss out on the smoky Ibérico Secreto Pork Steak ($24) which is perfected with a Josper Grill Oven specially procured from Spain.
Plus, if you love beef, Smokin’ Joe has the best in town. Try their Australian, grain-fed Angus Reserved in two cuts—the Ribeye ($24) or Tenderloin ($34). Not enough? Satiate your tastebuds with the Wagyu Ribeye with Marbling ($46)!
Imperial Drunken Chicken Soup and Sichuan Spicy Soup
Imperial Drunken Chicken Soup
Special Sauce Condiments
Deep-fried Yam Spring Roll
Four Treasure Ball Platter
USA Sliced 'Kurobuta' Pork Belly
Don’t forget their selection of Special Sauce Condiments (from $3.75 per pax), which will elevate your gastronomic experience with its different dips, sauces and toppings.
If that doesn’t scream convenience, you can even skip a trip to the grocer or butcher. Try their popular Deep-fried Yam Spring Roll ($6.42 for 4 pcs) or try their selection of prawn, cuttlefish, pork and canton dace fish balls with the Four Treasure Ball Platter ($17.12 for 8 pcs). Plus, get your fix of Sliced ‘Kurobuta’ Pork Belly (from $9.63), amongst other fresh picks of meat, seafood and greens for a complete hotpot feast.
5. MASA by Black Society
MASA by Black Society, creating and serving up artisanal dim sum, is here with islandwide dim sum delivery for your #StayHome brunches!
Black Gold Custard Lava Bao
Jade Queen Siew Mai
Dimsum Tasting Platter
Hong Kong Boatman Porridge
Black Har Gau, Q Bird Shumai, Rosie Red Bean Baozi and more
Faintly adorned with a streak of golden edible paint, their Black Gold Custard Lava Bao ($5.89) takes the traditional liusha bao into brand new territory. The custard filling is silky-smooth—just tear the bun open and see for yourself. As for art lovers, go for the Jade Queen Siew Mai ($7.06). Crowned with a shrimp and wrapped in green dumpling skin, it is a stunning take on thetraditional delicacy and resembles something straight out of an art publication.
The Dimsum Tasting Platter ($19.77), reminiscent of Japanese omakase, is great for those looking to try a little bit of everything. And if traditional fare is more up your alley, MASA also offers classic teng zai congee, or the Hong Kong Boatman Porridge ($9.18).
6. The Alley
Did someone just say bubble tea? Yes! With The Alley now on Oddle Eats, you can sip on their signature Deerioca drinks without having to travel halfway across the country.
Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk
Matcha Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk
Cocoa Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk
Brown Sugar Deerioca Crème Brulee Milk
Royal No. 9 Black Tea
Try the ever-popular (and highly instagrammable) Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk ($6.10), where each handcrafted pearl has been cooked to chewy perfection in a brown sugar syrup.
The OG drink is taken up a notch with additional flavours, such as the refreshing Matcha ($6.70) or the rich Cocoa ($6.70). Of course, you can’t forget the Brown Sugar Deerioca Crème Brulee Milk ($7.30). This decadent drink is topped with a dollop of sweet cream for extra yumminess—simply perfect for indulging in on WFH days when you’re looking for bubble tea delivery.
For lighter palates, try their signature black tea blend infused with Blueberry with the Royal No. 9 Black Tea (from $3.70).
7. The Real Peranakan
Happen to be watching The Little Nyonya again? Feeling hungry, too? WithThe Real Peranakan, you can tuck into a hearty bowl of Peranakan fare at home.
Buah Keluak Fried Rice
Hee Peow Soup
Sambal Petai Udang
Try their Buah Keluak Fried Rice ($38 for 3 to 4 pax), where fragrant rice is stir-fried in a mix of buah keluak and other herbs and spices. To wash it down, have a sip of the refreshing Hee Peow Soup ($21), a fish maw napa cabbage soup with handcrafted pork, fish and prawn balls.
Petai lovers, The Real Peranakan has your back! The Sambal Petai Udang ($29.60) packs a potent punch of spice and the unmistakable, distinctive smell of petai. Yummy!
The Real Peranakan also serves the Babi Tohay ($36.50), a lesser known relative of the Babi Pongtay. Simmered in a fermented brandy sauce, which is infused with aromatics like lemongrass, shallots and garlic, this dish is all you need for your binge-watching sessions.
8. Phat Fingers
Grab your disposable gloves. WithPhat Fingers, an eatery offering sticky and sweet Korean fried chicken and burgers, it’s going to get messy.
Phat Finger’s Chicken Party ($11.49) comes with five options of delightfully-named sauces and dips: Psy’s Soy Garlic, Seaweed Bulgogi, Honey Butter Me Up, Nuclear Warhead, and Classic Yangnyeom.
Don’t miss our on their Sweet Seoulmate Burger ($9.99), which is a stack of enthralling goodness. Sandwiched between maple-glazed brioche buns is a crispy, double-fried chicken thigh patty. The patty is also topped with pickled cucumbers, cabbage slaw and gochujang aioli for a taste of Seoul.
For sides, try the Nacho Kimcheese ($9.99), which comes with kimchi salsa and a sprinkle of scallions. Else, opt for the toasted, honey butter flavoured K Bun ($5.55), reminiscent of South Korea’s famed honey butter chips.