If you're not in the mood to shed your PJs and step out of the house, let these food delivery services in Singapore bring the meals to your door.
For those times when whipping up an entire meal just seems like too much work, and leaving the comfort of your couch (especially when it’s pouring out!) is an unwelcome hassle, the best food delivery services in Singapore are here to save the day. No matter if you’re craving Italian, dim sum or burgers — you’ll find all these and more just an easy click away on restaurant delivery platforms.
Best restaurant delivery services in Singapore
1. 8 Crabs
Craving local zi char fare? Get a feast delivered to your door with 8 Crabs. The only crab and zi char service in Singapore with local cuisine and premium crab dishes, this convenient option sates all our chili crab cravings. Expect only Sri Lankan wild crabs that are flown in daily for a tasty, meaty bite. Loved by over 30,000 customers and top social media influencers, you can be sure you’re delivered only premium crab dishes from 8 Crabs. Signatures like chili crab and black pepper crab aside, there are also well-loved local dishes like beef with ginger and spring onion, prawn omelette, hotplate bean curd, salted fish fried rice and more. Time to gather the family for a hearty stay home feast! Psst: spend a minimum of $120 for free delivery (except for Sentosa, Tuas, Jurong Island/Port and restricted zones).
8 Crabs, order online
2. Little Farms
Thinking about your next meal? Let Little Farms deliver its selection of food and beverages right to your door! To brighten your stay home days, enjoy its extensive selection – the crowd favourite smashed avocado on toast is just a click away! Plus, get the fresh Australian avocados at Little Farms Grocer.
Feeling ravenous? Tuck into the prawn bisque pasta and pair it with sangria during happy hour. For desserts, you have to try the Manuka honey cake, featuring a soft and fluffy bite with the right amount of sweetness and cream. Enjoy free islandwide delivery if you order more than $100 – time to round up the fam for a delicious feast!
Little Farms, order online
3. Canchita Peruvian Cuisine
A new Latin American resto in Dempsey, this hotspot dishes out cold tapas and seafood signatures. Items to try include arroz con mariscos (crayfish and seafood rice), pescado palmito (crispy skin sea bass) and lomo saltado (stir-fried beef tenderloin). If you’re looking to feed the fam at home, opt for the family meal of ceviche, chicken tacos, arroz con mariscos and tres leches (traditional coconut cake).
Canchita Peruvian Cuisine, order online
4. Gem Bar
Get your fill of burgers and fantastic sides from Gem Bar’s delivery services. We’re eyeing the pork belly, BBQ chicken and beef with truffle egg mayo burgers paired with har cheong gai, truffle potatoes, and fried broccoli and cauliflower. Opt for the promo bundles if you’re dining with the fam!
Gem Bar, order online
Brought to you by the team behind Neon Pigeon, this new Japanese takeout platform offers sando burgers, rice and salad bowls, and delish ramen. If you’re up for the classic bun-and-patty combo, try the pork katsu, cod katsu or Korean fried chicken burgers. Otherwise, go the healthier route with miso roasted salmon or yakiniku wagyu beef bowls. Don’t forget the rich ramen! You get a choice of duck confit, sake smoked pork or soft shell crab.
Coop, order online
6. The Dragon Chamber
Missing out on your secret underground adventures to this hidden eatery? Bring the meal to your home instead. New dishes include sauteed minced duck in lettuce cup and prawn broth with seafood. Or go straight for faves like cheeseburger roll and wagyu truffle beef hor fun.
The Dragon Chamber, order online
7. The Masses
This Franco-Asian restaurant brings you comfort food in the form of duck confit with kway teow and claypot angus beef cheek ‘bourguignon’. If you’re a seafood fan, try the carabinero and crab ochazuke, made with crab meat, prawns, ikura and tobiko. Or dig in to the kurobuta ‘sweet and sour’ for Japanese pork seasoned with piquillo pepper and served with olive rice.
The Masses, order online
8. The Blue Ginger
Fancy a Peranakan feast? Let The Blue Ginger do all the work for you. Start with otak otak and kueh pie tee before you move on to communal plates of babi pong tay, pork ribs assam and beef rendang. Don’t forget the buah keluak fried rice!
The Blue Ginger, order online
9. Kinki Restaurant + Bar
This restaurant is temporarily closed.
Craving Japanese? Let Kinki bring the fun to you with good grub like the unagi claypot or sashimi with cowabunga maki set meals. These all come with a side of miso soup, salad and mochi. Oh, and you can pair your food with gin bar Cin Cin’s cocktails. The Aurora Polaris is a beautiful concoction of butterfly pea-infused Kyro Napue gin, cucumber syrup, fresh lime juice, and grapefruit and rosemary tonic. We’re also lovin’ Mr Blue Sky, a mix of Napue gin, apple and lime juice, mint syrup and soda.
Kinki Restaurant + Bar, order online
10. JW Marriott Singapore South Beach
The hotel’s restaurants bring their gourmet offerings to your home with free food delivery in Singapore for every $88 spent. Get A4 tochigi striploin or 350-day grain-fed charcoal-grilled ribeye from Akira Back, dim sum and cocktail pairings from Madame Fan, or family feast bundles with seafood, meat and sweets from Beach Road Kitchen.
JW Marriott Singapore South Beach restaurants, order online
11. Nusantara Singapore
For your fill of authentic Nusantara cuisine, order in from this resto. Breakfast plates include dry laksa and mee rebus, while lunch offers rice bowls of beef rendang, soto ayam and belimbing lamb. You can also get vegan variations like nasi sambal goreng and lontong.
Nusantara Singapore, order online
12. Bedrock Bar & Grill
Savour exquisite cuts from this steakhouse – and treat your family to a sumptuous feast while you’re at it. Its sharing menus offer woodfire-grilled steaks with sides such as mac and cheese. Or get the tomahawk steak and wine set that comes with two sides, four sauces and a bottle of vino.
Bedrock Bar & Grill, order online
13. Restaurant Gaig
Indulge in Catalan cuisine without leaving the home when you order in from Restaurant Gaig. From tapas to mains, the selection includes Jamon Iberico, croquettes, cannelloni, seafood fideua, Spanish churros with chocolate sauce and tiramisu.
Restaurant Gaig, order online
14. All Things Delicious
In need of sugary treats? All Things Delicious is your best bet. Dig into desserts like cheesecake brownies, orange cranberry scones and sticky toffee pudding. Plus, these don’t come with a side of guilt as there’s no trans fat in the baked goods… just organic unrefined sugar and free-range eggs!
All Things Delicious, order online
15. Tiong Bahru Bakery
Kick start your day with Tiong Bahru Bakery. Nope, we’re not asking you to head out and brave the crowd for stellar French pastries. Instead, turn to your fave delivery services. For breakfast, try the signature croissant for light, flaky and buttery bites, or munch on the kouign amann if you’re looking for something sweet. For something more substantial, there are savoury croissants stuffed with roast beef or ham and cheese.
Tiong Bahru Bakery, order online
VeganBurg is the world’s first 100% plant-based burger joint established in 2010 – yes, way before the variety of vegan fare you can find today. Not only do these burgers taste scrumptious, but they’re also super Instagram-worthy. Give the Hawaiian Teriyaki, Smoky BBQ or Mustang Relish a try from the comfort of your couch.
VeganBurg, order online
17. The Priority Club
The Priority Club is a virtual restaurant that delivers unique pastas and pizzas to your doorstep. Fronted by chef Don Hanif, who’s worked with the Da Paolo group for a decade, the culinary team pushes the boundaries with pizzas topped with truffle mac and cheese, Japanese curry chicken and fries, and spiced chicken with garlic yogurt. For pastas, graze on the likes of Wild Card Mala Chicken and Sleight of Tom Yum.
The Priority Club, order online
This meat joint is here to bring you delicious smoked meats right at your doorstep. Having a meal with the fam? Go for the sharing packs and don’t forget mouthwatering burgers like pulled pork or beef marmalade. Plus, load up on brisket, spiced pork ribs, wagyu tenderloin and more.
MeatSmith, order online
19. Burnt Ends
The food delivery scene in Singapore is looking up with the entrance of the award-winning Burnt Ends. So you never managed to score a table at the popular restaurant? Fret not. Diners can now feast on a mouthwatering barrage of delightful meats cooked in scorching ovens (that go up to a crazy temp of over 700 degrees). Dreaming of enjoying the legendary pulled pork burger at home? It’s a gastronomical reality now.
Burnt Ends, order online
20. Jumbo Seafood
Jumbo Seafood is here to satiate your seafood cravings, from lobsters and prawns to crabs and abalones. Don’t miss out on Jumbo’s signature dishes like scallops wrapped in yam ring, mocha pork ribs and chilli crab meat sauce with man tou.
Jumbo Seafood, order online
21. Butcher Boy
This Asian-inspired grill is part of the restaurant delivery scene and we’re so here for it. Spoil yourself by ordering baos stuffed with fried chicken and Peking pork. Or up the ante on your stay-home weekend by ordering a round of burgers and steaks complimented by edamame hummus burrata and skinny fries.
Butcher Boy, order online
22. New Ubin Seafood
You’ll be glad to know that this iconic zi char joint does islandwide restaurant delivery. The menu spotlights perennial faves like prawn paste chicken wings, black angus ribeye, cereal butter prawns, deep-fried baby squid and chilli crab. What are you waiting for? A typical Singaporean dining affair awaits without leaving your crib.
New Ubin Seafood, order online
23. Violet Oon
Hankering for authentic Peranakan nosh? The godmother of Nyonya cuisine, Violet Oon, is here to rescue us with all with her spicy dishes that will soothe our social distancing souls. We’re talking about goodies like beef rendang, assam fish, dry laksa and ayam buah keluak from one of the best food delivery spots in Singapore.
Violet Oon, order online
Brought to you by PS.Cafe, Jypsy takes Japanese cuisine on a contemporary ride. To spice up your meals at home, scroll through its range of sushi rolls, salads and all-day bowls for a treat. Menu must-tries include the Jypsy Cali roll, katsu curry rice, udon goreng and yuzu tofu cheesecake for dessert. Chirashi bowls, sashimi and sandwiches are available too!
Jypsy, order online
25. Three Buns Quayside
If you’re looking to get your bun-and-patty meal, Three Buns has got your back. Its menu will see you spoilt for choice: Options include Baby Huey, a juicy classic beef burger, and Rambo, for those who want a wicked lamb burger. Looking for something lighter? The hotdog buns are equally good!
Three Buns Quayside, order online
Get your carb fix with a smorgasbord of Mexican fare from Chimichanga. The resto offers popular dishes like beef quesadilla, nachos loaded with cheese and meat, and tacos. Psst: Don’t forget to order a couple of beer bottles while you’re at it.
Chimichanga, order online
27. Papi’s Tacos
Tacos are sure to cure the stay-at-home blues. The DIY taco option is a fun food activity when you’re bored out of your mind. Heat up the tortillas and build them with fillings like pulled pork, shrimp, mushroom and grilled fish. For a heady reward, you can sip on pre-mixed margaritas that come in flavours like spicy mango and strawberry. Sounds like a Mexican fiesta, if you ask us.
Papi’s Tacos, order online
Got a hankering for tikka masala or mutton biryani at 1am in the morning? This is your best bet. The restaurant is open 24/7, and it offers delivery for its fiery food creations all across Singapore. There are vegetarian and non-vegetarian items as well, with something for everyone.
Brinda’s, order online
29. Chopsuey Cafe
Scratch that cafe-hopping itch by tucking into Asian-inflected grub by Chopsuey Cafe. With mud crab fried rice, rice noodles with ribeye and the ever-satisfying dim sum basket on this restaurant delivery menu, you won’t feel like you’re missing out on the serene ambience at Dempsey Hill.
Chopsuey Cafe, order online
30. The Loco Group
Looking for the best Mexican food delivery spot in Singapore? Thanks to The Loco Group, we can now have a fiesta right at home. Yes, all the restaurants (Lucha Loco, Super Loco and Chico Loco) offer islandwide delivery. Crowd favourites like burritos, tacos and quesadillas are on offer, alongside cocktails and desserts.
The Loco Group, order online
31. Blue Jasmine
Take a trip through Thailand with authentic Thai cuisine made without pork or lard. Highlights from the menu include cha-om crab meat fried egg, sun-fried chicken with green chilli, tom sapp beef soup and bento sets featuring goodies like lemongrass fish and tom yum fried rice.
Blue Jasmine, order online
32. Burrata Bar
Brought to you by the folks behind Pasta Bar and Papi’s Taco, Burrata Bar is a virtual restaurant that serves up all things – you guessed it – burrata! Working closely with Puglian master cheesemakers, the menu brims with the decadent creamy cheese. Highlights include baked rigatoni, cheesy calzone, burrata salads and of course fresh burrata.
Burrata Bar, available online
33. Thai To Go
Up for hearty, authentic Thai fare? Head to these folks for your fill of green curry chicken, pad Thai, basil chicken, pineapple fried rice and even bento boxes packed with the likes of basil seafood with rice and pepper chicken spaghetti.
Thai To Go, order online
For all herbivores, there’s Komala’s. Arguably one of Singapore’s most well-known chain of vegetarian restaurants, it delivers satisfying, value-for-money Indian fare, including options such as chilli paneer, dhahi samosa, and rawa masala.
Komala’s, order online
35. Boon Tong Kee
This dial-a-chicken-rice is your saviour when you’re thinking about indulging in the local dish. Be sure to also ask for side dishes such as the famous crispy cereal prawns and fried beancurd. For same-day delivery, check in with the branch nearest to your delivery location.
Boon Tong Kee, order online
36. Don Play Play
Carb-loading ahead! This food delivery platform in Singapore is all about rice bowls. Its name is a tongue-in-cheek play on the Singlish phrase “don’t play play”. Tuck into goodies like truffle beef yakiniku, spicy salmon, unagi and salmon chirashi.
Don Play Play, order online
37. Tiga Roti
Brought to you by Three Buns chef Adam Penney, Tiga Roti serves up bangin’ halal-friendly burgers, hot dogs and milkshakes. Oh, and don’t forget to pair ‘em with stellar sides. Our pick? Fuhhhhh Fires – potato dippers generously topped with spiced béarnaise beef chilli, fried shallots and pickled chilli. Spice lovers, we dare you to try the ghost face thrilla hot sauce packed with a ghost pepper punch.
Tiga Roti, order online
38. The Beast
Who’s craving for lip-smacking fried chicken. We love our usual flower bouquets but The Beast’s buffalo chicken bouquet is next level. Add on glazed ribs, pull pork tacos, buttermilk waffles, cornbread and mac and cheese for the ultimate family feast.
The Beast, order online
Craving for Italian? Nothing beats Cicheti’s wood-fired Neopolitan pizzas and exquisite hand-made pasta plates. Don’t forget to pair your meal with vino (there’s a fine selection!) and the famous crack pie.
Cicheti, order online
Looking for Persian food delivery in Singapore? It’s Middle Eastern restaurant Shabestan to the rescue! Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or gluten intolerant, there’s something for everyone. Try the Persian Experience at Home ($78 for one) or the Persian Royal Dinner at Home ($98 for one) for a feast of mezze, kebabs, desserts and Persian tea. Alternatively, opt for the set lunch or a la carte items for a smaller meal.
Shabestan, order online
41. Siri House
Siri House serves up classic Asian plates with a modern twist. Think stellar seafood dishes like Asari clams and seabream linguine with sambal crab fat and sake broth, crustacean pappardelle in lobster and prawn bisque, and Iberico ribeye rice bowls. Don’t forget to add a couple of bottled cocktails or booze-free cold-brew teas to your order!
Siri House, order online
42. Heart of Darkness
If you think Heart of Darkness only serves craft beers, think again. Crack a cold one with a mix of Asian cuisine and American soul food. For starters, get the bánh bao gà (minced chicken dumplings) and spicy lamb skewers, then proceed with the rendang wagyu burger. Cooped up with the fam? Lift their spirits with the jumbo nachos family platter or meat platter.
Heart of Darkness, order online
43. The Butcher’s Wife
Nosh on Brazilian fare that’s good for your taste buds and gut at The Butcher’s Wife. The restaurant is still as gluten-free as ever, with the addition of punchier flavours and inventive cooking (read: fermentation) to the menu. Our picks? The sweet potato and buckwheat gnocchi with shiitake and king oyster mushroom, chargrilled wagyu picanha, and the “land tuna” poke bowl topped with refreshing watermelon. End your meal on a sweet note with a vibrant garden panna cotta.
The Butcher’s Wife, order online
44. Gomoku Gohan by Sun with Moon
It’s donburi city at Sun with Moon’s new virtual brand, Gomoku Gohan. Born out of the pandemic, this food delivery-only concept in Singapore is perfect during these times. Order your preferred meat or seafood choices along with its signature Japanese rice bowls tossed with five veggies.
Gomoku Gohan by Sun with Moon, order online
Best food delivery platforms in Singapore
45. Oddle Eats
This personalised food directory by F&B e-platform Oddle has a database of more than 500 restaurant partners, allowing you to order directly from each of them. Whether you’re craving for Japanese, Chinese or Western food, you’re bound to find something you love here.
Oddle Eats, order online
You can’t go wrong with Deliveroo, thanks to its user-friendly platform and wide range of participating eateries. Whatever your heart wishes for, be it ramen, chicken rice or pizza, you’ll easily get it here. The restaurant delivery options change depending on your neighbourhood, with highlights like Blu Kouzina, PizzaExpress and Sushi Tei. Oh, and frequent customers can offset the delivery cost by signing up for its subscription service, Deliveroo Plus ($16.90/month), to get extra discounts and free deliveries with a minimum spend of $18.
Deliveroo, order online
What started out as a simple hawker delivery system in the CBD has since expanded to include breakfast takeaways, corporate catering and even a subscription program with meals delivered each month. So if you’re constantly craving for local delights such as wanton noodles, nasi lemak or carrot cake, you’ll find some of the best hawkers from Maxwell Food Centre, Amoy Food Centre and Chinatown Complex here.
WhyQ, order online
No need to fret over what you’ll eat next, thanks to Grain, which offers up a regularly rotating menu of dishes inspired by cuisines and techniques across the globe. You can get meals on demand, meal plans, catering services and festive foods here.
Grain, order online
Did someone say islandwide food delivery in Singapore? A collection of over 100 restaurants, Deliver.sg features beloved brands, all nicely categorised by cuisine and dining promotions. Whether you’re in the mood for Peranakan or Vietnamese, Mexican or Mediterranean, there’s something for you.
Deliver.sg, order online
Consolidated for convenient access on the Grab app, the food delivery arm of the company stretches its reach islandwide to bring you everything from local cuisine to fast casual grub to bubble tea. Plus, users can chalk up reward points for each order to redeem future goodies. Say goodbye to long waits when you’ve got the likes of Guzman Y Gomez, Shake Shack and 40 Hands at your fingertips.
GrabFood, order online
51. The Dine In Movement
As the brainchild of local hospitality group The Dandy Collection, this not-for-profit movement curates a collection of top restaurants and bars open for delivery. You can’t go wrong with meals from Pasta Bar, Candlenut and Esquina. Just browse through the platform to find old favourites and explore new names. Then, sit back and relax as you wait for the food to arrive at your door.
The Dine In Movement, order online
52. Where Got Food?
With a database of more than 100 brands, the Singlish-inspired site has everything from burger joints and dim sum spots to Indian restos and Japanese eateries. It also helpfully notes down the delivery fees of each place so you know what you’re getting into before you click order. Oh, and you’ll find discounts and promo codes on each listing as well.
Where Got Food?, order online
Whether you’re dreaming of gourmet pizzas, burgers, sushi, or even local food, this restaurant delivery service will do all the legwork for you. The first major brand to set up shop in the city, back when the market was still cornered by pizza and fast food eateries, the pink panda and its team brings bakeries, local delicacies and vegetarian goodies to your door.
Foodpanda, order online
Calling for Singaporeans to stay in and support homegrown businesses, this platform aims to give F&B owners all the help they can get without digging into their profit margins. It essentially cuts out the middleman, so all your money will go straight to the hawkers and eateries. Plus, you can easily filter to find what you want based on cuisine, area and diet. It also lets you search smoothly for meals, snacks, groceries and even meal subscription plans.
#SupportLocalSG, order online
Go ahead and get your meals from these best food delivery services in Singapore! Did we miss out on a business? Drop us a DM on Instagram! We’d love to be in touch.