Ramadan Specials 2022 – Top Halal Food Options with Islandwide Delivery


Break fast from the comfort of home with these Ramadan delivery options. 
Boost Your EnergyIstimewa Nasi Padang Mizzy Corner Nasi LemakPagi SorePenang CultureSauté-san 素特-さ
Tantalise Your Taste BudsBeef BroUdders

Whether you’re planning an extravagant get-together or gunning for wholesome sustenance, Oddle Eats has you covered with Ramadan food delivery options in Singapore that you can enjoy with your loved ones from the comfort of home. From traditional fare to light bites and desserts, take your pick of these offerings delivered straight to you! 

1. Beef Bro

First on the list is Beef Bro, a food kiosk that earned its chops serving up blow-torched beef at the Geylang Serai Bazaar in 2018. Look out for their Ramadan Feast Platter (from $56) consisting of cheese sticks, chicken satay, truffle fries, and more! Smaller-sized parties can tuck into the Nasi Lemak specials (from $15.10) which can be upgraded to include lobsters. 

Order now to enjoy the best of their blowtorched beef for your iftar!  

2. Istimewa Nasi Padang & Restaurant

Istimewa Nasi Padang’s Nasi Ambeng Platter (from $18++)

Luckily for all of you who are residing outside the Bukit Merah area, you can now savour Istimewa Nasi Padang‘s authentic, home-cooked style of food without ever having to leave your house! 

Their Ramadan sets are perfect for feeding larger families and gatherings, especially the award-winning Nasi Ambeng ($60 with free desserts) and Roti Kirai Set ($45 with free salad) which are portioned for four to five pax. Couples can also indulge in the Nasi Ambeng for two pax ($40 with free desserts).  

Seafood lovers will find themselves at home with dishes like BBQ Seabass Sambal ($28, U.P. $40) and Grilled Tilapia with Sambal Kicap ($15, U.P. $24) which are currently discounted for the Ramadan season. 

Enjoy home-cooked food without the hassles associated with home cooking; order from Istimewa Nasi Padang via Oddle Eats here.

3. Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak

From one end of Singapore to the other; Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak is another household name that put Changi Village Food Centre on many a Singaporean foodie’s bucket list. Established in 1997, this humble hawker is known for signature marinated chicken wings and basmati coconut rice. 

Go all out with the Ramadhan Dulang Bundle ($54.90 for 2 Dulangs) which contains a treasure trove of traditional Malay favourites, such as kembong fish, begedil, sambal sotong, beef rendang, and terung belado, complete with sweet sambal sauce that is guaranteed to spice things up. 

Sort out iftar with delivery to your home by ordering from them here

4. Pagi Sore

Udang Mentega (Butter Prawns) by Pagi Sore (from $27.80++)

A family that dines together, stays together. Multi-award winning Pagi Sore’s Ramadan Big Break-Fast ($235) is one Ramadan food delivery option that will satisfy large parties’ cravings for all things Indonesian. 

Perfect for 5 – 6 pax, this time-limited set is a medley of Indonesian staples, from classic Tahu Telor to Ikan Goreng Balado and Cumi Goreng. Other mouthwatering morsels include Kangkong Belachan, Terung Tao Chio, Ayam Panggang Bali, Angus Beef Rendang, Udang Mentega, Chilli Crayfish with Mantou, Nasi Putih Pagi Sore, and Keropok Belinjio. For especially ravenous parties, Kurma is also available on request. 

Don’t miss out on this value-for-money deal! Order up for your Ramadan meals now.  

5. Penang Culture

Foodies who are craving a spot of Malaysian-style comfort after two years of pandemic-induced travel restrictions, can turn to Penang Culture. The wildly popular Nasi Ambeng Feast ($83.90, U.P. $119.80) is back for a limited time at 30% off. Even the pickiest of eaters will be satisfied with this feast fit for kings, with toothsome portions of white garlic chicken cutlet, satay chicken, beef rendang, BBQ stingray, sambal prawns, french bean with tempeh, sambal eggs, shredded coconut, and vegetable cracker served with fragrant steamed rice. 

Are you and your partner fans of seafood? Then the Malacca Seafood Cheese Beehoon ($31) is an ideal choice. Tuck into succulent prawns, clams, and squid that is cooked with creamy milk and cheese gravy. 

Order delivery from Penang Culture to enjoy 30 – 50% off this Ramadan season here

6. Sauté-san 素特-さん

Now’s your chance to sample plant-based food without stepping out of your home. Priding itself on food that is “naturally crafted” and “passionately good”, Sauté-san 素特-さん takes diners on a taste trip to East Asia with its Japanese and Korean-inspired dishes. 

While Japan travel remains a pipe dream (for now), you can still indulge in your favourite Japanese dishes with a plant-based twist. Fit for four to five pax, the Konnichiwa Japanese Set ($77.50) consists of vegan-friendly foods like handmade katsu curry don, soy milk tomato seaweed ramen, shoyu soup udon, fried abalone mushroom with teriyaki sauce, and teriyaki lion mane pizza (also available with cheese). 

Or re-enact K-drama scenes (minus the actual drama) with the spicy Annyeong Korean Set ($69.90). This comforting spread includes stone pot bibimbap, kimchi jjigae with rice, lion mane bulgogi stir-fried udon, kimchi pancake, and kimbab. 

Both sets include four cans of A&W Root Beers to refresh yourself. Place your order for Ramadan delivery here

7. Udders

 
 
 
 
 
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There’s no better time to support local than now! Conclude iftar on a sweet note with Udders’ Halal-certified sealed cup ice creams and enjoy 16 – 20% off selected bundles. 

Go local with the Huat The Moo Bundle ($34.60, U.P. $43.30), which consists of Singapore Chendool, Cookies & Cream, Dark Chocolate, French Vanilla, Salted Caramel, and Refreshing Mango Sorbet. Or stock up with the Party Trio Bundle ($43, U.P. $51) and Triple Joy Bundle ($43, U.P. $51), which allow you to add your favourite toppings like mochi, rainbow sprinkled, and granola. 

Complete your Ramadan food order and click here

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