Sometimes, you’re just not in the mood to shed your PJs and step out of the house. That’s when food delivery services come in handy. Bookmark these names for your next night in!
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, food delivery services 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. Hunger pangs, be gone.
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 restaurants change depending on your neighbourhood, with highlights like Da Paolo Pasta Bar, Three Buns and Tiong Bahru Bakery. Oh, and frequent customers can offset the delivery cost by signing up for its subscription service, Deliveroo Plus, to get free deliveries for $14.90 per month.
Deliveroo, available for orders 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 as many as 20 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, available for orders 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. Signature meals include grilled farm fresh chicken and torched Norwegian salmon, which you can pair with sides such as Mexican street corn and desserts like cinnamon churro waffles.
Grain, available for orders 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. You’ll be pleased to find out there’s no minimum fee here, and 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, Burger+ and Blue Label Pizza & Wine at your fingertips.
GrabFood, available for orders 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 delivers its fiery creations islandwide. There are vegetarian and non-vegetarian items as well, with something for everyone.
Brinda’s, available for orders online.
Thai To Go
Up for hearty, authentic Thai fare? Head to these guys 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, available for orders online.
Whether you’re dreaming of gourmet pizzas, burgers, sushi, or even local food, this home 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. Think Antoinette, Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant, Greendot and loads more.
Foodpanda, available for orders 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, available for orders online.
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, available for order online.
Don Play Play
Carb-loading ahead! This platform, whose name is a tongue-in-cheek play on the Singlish phrase “don’t play play”, is all about rice bowls. Available islandwide daily, the service comes with a delivery fee of $10 and a minimum order of $64, so you’ll have to round up your buddies for a get-together before you can tuck into goodies like truffle beef yakiniku, spicy salmon, chicken yakitori and salmon chirashi.
Don Play Play, available for orders online.