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Enjoy TAKEAWAYS From These Delicious International Restos While You Stay SAFE At Home

Can’t take off to a new city? Let your next take out take you to one, with these delectable international restaurants around Singapore that do deliveries and takeaways.

Fortunately for us, many F&B places have started offering new, convenient delivery and takeaway options in Singapore to help you dine in the safety of your own home. We’ve rounded up some favourite picks – including a few Michelin-star restaurants! – with cuisines from around globe, so that you can take your taste buds (not your actual self) on a trip!

American Cuisine: Meatsmith Telok Ayer

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An American smokehouse with custom-built giant Southern Pride Smokers, Meathsmith specialises in smoked meat and American BBQ. The food at Meatsmith is a reflection of casual, big-flavoured, family style eating. Among the things you’ll find on the menu: grilled brisket burgers, perfectly cooked steaks, meat sharing platters, house-made sausage, burnt ends and ribs smoked over hickory wood for up to 14 hours.

It has a cloud kitchen under the name Meatsmith Xpress, that does $10 burger deals on pick up orders at its 21 Campbell Lane location in Little India. Meatsmith Xpress is also offering free delivery with minimum purchase of $50, this offer is valid until the 31st of May.

How to order: Meatsmith Telok Ayer is offering island-wide delivery. Order directly through its website, where you can scope out its menu, or on oddle eats.

Australian Cuisine: Burnt Ends

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Burnt Ends is a Michelin-star wood-fired barbecue restaurant that believes in great ingredients and honest cooking. Its oven is fired by sustainably sourced Jarrah Wood from Western Australia, which allows them to cook with various techniques from smoking, slow roasting, and hot roasting, baking and grilling.

While you can’t enjoy the restaurant’s cosy-cool ambiance at the moment, you can select from its delivery menu, including much-loved favourites like the Burnt Ends Sanger and King Crab with Garlic Brown Butter. In addition, Chef Dave Pynt and his team of chefs have curated a menu of Meals for 1-4 people.

How to order: Peruse the delivery menu and order right from the Burnt Ends site. It offers island-wide delivery.

Caribbean Cuisine: Lime House

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Inspired by all things Caribbean, Lime House brings authentic food to SG. You’ll have to forego the island vibe that infuses its colourful brick-and-mortar location, but you can tuck into its delicious delivery menu, including the Signature Jerk Chicken and Tribajam Curry Goat (shown).

How to order: Check its special delivery site (not its main site), where you can place orders from 12 to 10 p.m. daily. There’s a $10 deliver fee, but delivery is free for orders above $60. Want to pick up? Give them 30 minutes to prep your order first.

Chinese Cuisine: Paradise Group Restaurants

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From bubbling hotpots to a humble bowl of noodles, Paradise Group has it all for anybody with a penchant for classic Chinese fare. Plus dishes are priced as low as $6.50 at LeNu, for a bowl of Dried Shrimp and Scallion Dry Noodles, a real steal!

For more of a fine dining experience, go big (and go home) with its other restaurants such as Taste Paradise and Paradise Dynasty. If not, make it a hotpot affair with takeaways from Beauty In The Pot for some slurping and lip smacking.

How to order: Check out its list of restaurants and outlets here. You can also get your orders delivered from DeliverooFoodPanda or GrabFood.

French Cuisine: Bistro Du Vin

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Presenting classic French cuisine since 2009, Bistro Du Vin is one of the top places in SG to go for a brasserie experience. Besides its Parisian interior, the restaurant is also known for its value-for-money collection of dishes and wine selections.

You may want to hold your horses for the dine-in, but you can still have its noteworthy creations via delivery. With classics such as Traditional Onion Soup with Emmental Cheese, Poulet à l’estragon (Roasted chicken supreme, tarragon sauce, spring vegetables), Confit de canard (duck leg confit with pink garlic and parsley sautéed potatoes, salad and jus) and Steak frites (220gr Australian Black Angus ribeye marbling +3, fries & salad, Choice of Béarnaise or Red wine sauce) you’ll be spoiled for choice. Its Cote de bœuf grillée, (photographed) is an excellent sharing dish for two.

How to order: Islandwide delivery is available Click here to browse its menu and order.

Greek Cuisine: Bakalaki Greek Taverna

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Dreaming about visiting Greek Islands like Santorini or Mykonos? Well before checking those off your bucketlist, take your tastebuds on a tour of Greece with the scrumptious spread of Greek dishes available at Bakalaki Greek Taverna. Get your fix of dips such as Taramosalata Fava, and Hummus as well as Dolmades, Spanakopita, and Moussaka (vegetarian moussaka is also available). Souvlaki skewers range from $17 to $22 dollars and beef, chicken and vegetarian options are available. Got a sweet tooth? It also has desserts on its delivery menu, including baklava.

What’s more? It is offering free islandwide delivery!

How to order: Place your orders here. Takeaway and Delivery operations are from Mondays to  Sundays, 11.30 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Indian Cuisine: Meathsmith Little India

Meatsmith Little India is Singapore’s first restaurant serving modern Indian barbecue. The result? A masterful menu that combines slow cooking and barbecue techniques with Indian spice, rubs and sauces. Specifically, it has a tandoor oven and spit roaster alongside the southern pride smoker. Even though you can’t be a guest at this unique estab, you can savour dishes like a Kerala Beef Rib, Suckling Pig Biryani and a delicious selection of Kebabs & Wraps like the Hot Chicken Wrap (shown) at home.

How to order: Like its Telok Ayer sister outlet (see above), Meatsmith Little India is offering island-wide delivery. Order directly through the site or through oddle eats

Indian Cuisine: Madras New Woodlands Restaurant

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Don’t feel like cooking today? Or tomorrow? Or the day after that? Let this family-run restaurant do it for you!

For those who aren’t already familiar with this establishment operating in SG since 1983, it serves pure North and South Indian vegetarian cuisine and local delicacies. The kitchen is manned by skilled chefs, and the cuisine is made fresh and served fresh, each day.

How to order: You can browse its menu and order directly from the website here.

Indonesian Cuisine: Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House

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Named after the “tok tok” sound from Kentongan instruments commonly used by Indonesian street vendors, Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House offers much of an authentic dining concept from its intimate Warung environment to its menu that stays true to its Indonesian roots.

While you may not be able to enjoy the former for a while, you can get the deliciously punchy food as a variety of bento box takeaways. Choose from the Ayam Bakar Set, Ayam Penyet Set, Nasi Campur Bali and the Nasi Kuning.

How to order: Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House has multiple outlets; peruse the menu here. Island-wide delivery is available with a minimum order of $35 and delivery charges start from $10. Place your orders here. Note: There’s a minimum of $35 dollars for orders and delivery fees start at $10

Italian Cuisine: Buona Terra

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At Buona Terra, choose from an array of a la carte options that include starters like the Oven-baked Scampi with White and Black Sesame ($58+ for two pieces) or indulge in comforting pastas such as the Squid Ink Tonnarelli with Bamboo Clam and Bottarga ($42+), Beef Agnolotti with Black Truffle ($38+) and the Cold Capellini Pasta with Sea Urchin and Tomato Essence ($78+).

From the land and sea are mains perfect for sharing. The Salt-baked Catch of the Day Fish ($148+, 1kg) is accompanied with potato salad and herbs zabajon, while the Herb-crusted Lamb Loin ($88+, 350g) is a house signature complemented with eggplant and caponata. Another popular choice is the OP Rib Steak ($238+) in an approximately 1.3kg portion of meaty decadence. Sweet endings are not without desserts, especially when the selection features Buona Terra’s signature Ricotta Cheese Cake with Pear ($20+) and Rum Baba ($22+) served alongside vanilla cream and strawberries.

For an even more indulgent affair, let Chef Denis plan an elegant in-home dining experience with the Chef’s Experiential 5-Course Tasting Menu ($178+ per person), highlighting the best seasonal ingredients of the week.

How to order: Orders must be placed 2 hours in advance and complimentary delivery is available with a minimum order of $300. Island wide delivery is available with a minimum order of $50. You can place your orders here or alternatively, the restaurant offers a drive through experience where customers can stay in the comfort of their vehicles, while staff can place the food in their vehicles while the payment is settled. If you would prefer contactless payment, simply call to inform, and arrangements can be made.

Italian Cuisine: Gattopardo Risorante di Mare

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Known for its mouth-watering pasta creations, Gattopardo Risorante di Mare’s Sicilian-focused fare ranges from handmade tagliatelle to freshly made ravioli – all prepared with sustainably sourced seafood.

Its delivery menu currently includes a Sicilian family menu for 2, at $256. The menu comes with Sicilian Seafood Salad with Salmoriglio Dressings (Tiger Prawns, Hokkaido Scallop, Tuna) – Anneletti Baked Pasta with Wagyu Beef Ragu – Gattopardo Signature Salt Baked Seabass (800gram) with Sicilian Caponata – Roasted Spring Chicken with Roasted Vegetables & Citrus Mustard Jus – Sicilian Cannoli with Sheep Ricotta Mousse and Candied Fruits. A la carte items are also available together with selling beverages including wines, beers and Sicilian sodas.

How to order: Peruse the menus and place your order on its site. The delivery charge is $12 island-wide, but you can also take away at its restaurant at 34 Tras St., 0790263. It’s open Wednesday to Sunday, 12 to 9 p.m.

Italian Cuisine: The Cicheti Group

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This group includes Cicheti, and Bar Cicheti and all three are offering takeaway and island-wide delivery.

Kandahar Street outpost Cicheti’s menu, though reduced, still has a comprehensive selection of all-time favourite antipasti, handmade pastas, wood-fired pizzas and desserts. Look forward to its luscious blob of Burratina with pesto, toasted pistachios and burnt onion marmalade, or 10 wood-fired Neapolitan pies that you can customise with add-ons (two meatless pies are shown) and the addictive Crack Pie.

At Bar Cicheti, you can order a pasta sampling bundle for two that includes homemade focaccia, grilled octopus with baba ghanoush, baked onion and salsa verde, together with a choice of 3 pastas. All at $118. It also has a family feast bundle at $188. Also available on its delivery menu are la carte appetisers such as Polette di Manzo (brisket meat balls with tomato parika sauce, gremolata and parmigiano) at $19, Panzanella salad at $13, and mains such as Tagliatelle with argentian prawns, brown butter, and truffle paste ($33) or Orecchiette with pork & fennel sausage, chili, and red chicory at $29

How to order: For each outlet, it is as follows – Cicheti menu, or order on its Oddle page; Bar Cicheti menu, or order on its Oddle page.

Japanese Cuisine: Kinki Restaurant and Bar

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On the takeaway and delivery menu of this resto are new bedfellows like the Corn Duo ($16). Get your fix of this a-mazing appetiser where baby corn is mixed with corn puree and tossed with furikake bits, and on the side, sriracha mayo sauce for a mild spicy kick.

The Cowabunga ($36) is one for aficionados of beef. Think Japanese rice rolled with cream cheese, cucumber, homemade spicy mayo, and melt-in-the mouth seared A4 Wagyu beef slices. When more is more, the bite-sized maki also has tobiko, potato floss and a soy reduction. For an extra decadent affair, treat yourself to the High Roller Wagyu Don ($98), featuring charcoal grilled Ohmi A4 Wagyu striploin, premium Niigata Koshihikari rice, black truffles, uni, and onsen egg.

Get free islandwide delivery when you spend above $100 with Mastercard. Use Promo Code “MCFREE” and $10 off delivery when you spend $80 with mastercard. Use Promo “MC10”.

How to order: You can place your orders on its website here. For pickup, park your vehicle temporarily at the side road near OUE Bayfront, and leave the vehicle hazard lights on. For delivery, do allow at least 1hour lead time and subject to first-come-first-booked basis. Please note that Entertainer Takeaway Discount is only applicable for walk-in.

Japanese Cuisine: Neon Pigeon

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Take dining at home up a notch with Neon Pigeon’s selection of bentos, flock feeders, sake, and cocktails! Bento sets are served with its signature Tokyo hummus, goma salad, pickes, and yuzu tart. All to go along with a choice of Korean Fried Chicken ($25) with gochujang aioli, sukiyaki-glazed New Zealand Cod Katsu ($25), Agedashi Tofu ($25) with wild mushrooms and daikon, and the sweet, savoury, and umami Yakiniku Wagyu Beef ($28) on a bed of delicious Niigata rice. It is also offering bundles for one, two, and four at $38, 98, and $185 respectively.  A La Carte options includes Yuzu Kosho Cauliflower ($12), and Pork & Langoustine Dumplings ($18) with curry vinegar.

Neon Pigeon’s delivery and takeaway options are available on Oddle and Deliveroo (from Monday, 17th May 2021). A 15% discount is extended for self-pickup orders placed via Oddle.

How to order: Neon Pigeon’s delivery and takeaway options are available on Oddle  and Deliveroo (from Monday, 17th May 2021). A 15% discount is extended for self-pickup orders placed via Oddle.

Malay-Indonesian Cuisine: Nusantara

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Singaporean Muslim Executive Chef Firdauz Nasir has created Vegan and Vegetarian dishes to share Nusantara cuisine with both locals and expats in Singapore.

He has created a selection of Vegan Lontong Bowls, Vegan Rice Bowls, Vegan Nasi Sambal Goreng Bowls, all ranging from $7-$11 and even a Vegan Curry Puff at just $2.50.

Nusantara offers islandwide delivery as well.

How to order: Nusantara Singapore is on Grabfood, Foodpanda and Deliveroo. You can also order directly at its website here from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily with a minimum order of $30.

Mexican Cuisine: Guzman y Gomez

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Get your fix of tacos, quesadillas, nachos, burritos. The best part? The dishes are all customisable with your choice of meat and veggies. With options such as pulled pork, grilled chicken, pan seared barramundi, and sautéed vegetables with guacamole, there are options for everyone. Looking for a lighter option? This resto also does customisable salad bowls.

What makes its food special? Even though it’s a “fast casual” chain, Guzman y Gomez doesn’t take shortcuts. Using only real ingredients and authentic techniques, its 24-hour marinades, chip-tasting sessions and chillies are worth savouring… at home only, for the moment.

How to order: Go to DeliverooFoodPanda or GrabFood to place your delivery order. Find out where to order takeaway here. ¡Buen provecho!

Mexican Cuisine: The Loco Group

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With the new circuit breaker measures in place, The Loco Group restaurants (Lucha Loco, Super Loco Robertson Quay, Super Loco Customs House and Chico Loco) have a customized menu consisting of crowd-pleasers and new items – from emergency taco kits, burritos, healthy bowls, salads, Mexican brunch to antibiotic-free, hormone-free rotisserie chickens and read-to-drink margaritas and cocktails.

The Emergency Taco Kit allows you to build your own tacos at home, complete with soft corn tortillas, salsas, pico de gallo, baja fish, lamb and chips.

How to order: Go to its site here for menus and to order directly.  There is no minimum order and a flat delivery rate of $12. Get free delivery for orders above $100, or if you live within one 1km of the restaurant. All venues are open seven days a week; Super Loco Robertson Quay’s weekend brunch menu is available Saturdays and Sundays.

Mexican Cuisine: Chimichanga

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Craving for Mexican food? Now customers can enjoy Tacos, Burritos, Quesadillas including cocktails and beers from the comfort of their home with Chimichanga’s islandwide delivery service. Chimichanga is also offering customers takeaway specials at both of its outlets: 10% off takeaway orders at its Little India outlet, with no minimum spend required and a “beat the hunger, bear the heat” offer that rewards customers with a free frozen margarita with every $30 spent on takeaways at the Holland Village outlet.

For pick up:
Chimichanga Little India pick up is available at: 36 Dunlop St., 209364. Available Monday to Sunday, 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Chimichanga Holland Village pick up is available at : 3 Lorong Liput, #01-02/03 Holland Piazza, 277725. Available Monday to Sunday, 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.

How to order:
For Central, Southern, Eastern and North-eastern Singapore, order from Chimichanga Little India here.
For Central, South-central, Northern; Western Singapore order from Chimichanga Holland Village here. Note that a minimum order fee of $35 applies

*Delivery fees apply at $10 for distances are $10 fee <5km and $15 fee >5km with free delivery on orders above $100 Available Monday to Sunday, 12 p.m. – 10 p.m. (last delivery slot is at 11 p.m.)

Middle Eastern Cuisine: Fat Prince

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In addition to a la carte options for its signature hummus and kebabs, Fat Prince has an offering of bowls, bundles, and koktails for enjoyment in the comfort of home.

Fat Prince’s impressive kebab selection includes Pit Roasted Lamb, Chicken Shish, Crispy Seabass, and Okra Falafel, which are sold as Mix & Match Kebabs (3 for $30; 6 for $58). Alternatively, go carb free with the Kebab Bowl ($24), comprising a protein of choice served with a salad and a big Cookie studded with chocolate halva.

Bundle deals include Fat Prince’s four-course Royal Lunch ($29) and The Royal Feast ($185, feeds four), for a night in with family and friends.

How to order: Click here for Fat Prince’s menu  takeaway options are on Oddle and Deliveroo (from Monday, 17 May 2021), as well as Grab Food (starting in June 2021). A 15% discount is extended for self- pickup orders placed via Oddle.

Modern/Fusion Cuisine: Open Farm Community

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During better times, we’d recommend you to head down to Dempsey for a leisurely lunch at Open Farm Community, a sustainable and open-concept restaurant surrounded by lush greenery (it’s also one of our best cafe winners this year!). But right now, you can make do with its takeaway promotion for four days a week, which entitles you to 10 percent off all your choices.

As always, the restaurant’s promise remains – ethically sourced proteins matched with locally farmed vegetables; all from scratch – with fresh specials daily. Think sets for all sizes, donut and ice-cream parties, fresh DIY pasta kits with herbs from the resto’s backyard and, yep, natural wines (like the one shown).

How to order: Click here for the menu. You can order for delivery on Deliveroo. Or, on its website here.

Modern/Fusion Cuisine: PS.Gourmet

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Bummed because you can’t meet up with friends at your favorite PS.Cafe outlet during the circuit breaker? Take heart! PS.Gourmet – parent company to PS.Cafe, Chopsuey Cafe and Jypsy – is now offering exclusive brands Popsup and Chopstix for delivery.

Popsup features a selection of hearty burgers and cafe delights including cult classics such as Beef & Cheese Burger and Impossible Burger (shown). Whereas, Chopstix is a playful take on American-Chinese restaurant Chopsuey, which features Asian-inspired delights such as the crowd-pleasing Orange Beef and Spicy Kung Pow Chicken.

How to order: Popsup and Chopstix is available on Deliveroo as well as on PS.Cafe’s Oddle service.

Persian Cuisine: Shabestan

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Shabestan is a multi-award winning Persian restaurant in Robertson Quay that is offering Vegan and Vegetarian islandwide food delivery or takeaway.

Understanding the growing demand for vegetarian and vegan dishes, Executive Chef Hany Moustafa culinary team has put together a menu to cater to various dietary needs. Some of its bestselling dishes include Mezze such as Falafel ($15++), and Zeytooneh Paryadeh ($14++) made with marinated green olives, walnuts, mountain herbs, spices, pomegranate sauce and topped with fresh pomegranate. As well as main courses that include Ghormeh Sabzi ($32++) a medley of green vegetables and fresh herbs, cooked in traditional Persian slow-cooking method over a charcoal grill  and Impossible™ FasenJan ($39++), Vegan meatballs made in house with Impossible™ meat cooked in pomegranate sauce

How to order: Orders can be placed online here. The minimum order is $30 and free delivery for orders above $100 from 12 pm – 9 pm daily.

Spanish Cuisine: Alma by Juan Amador

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If life feels a little colourless and bleary, Spanish food can help you spice things up. Alma by Juan Amador – another Michelin-star option – is bringing its soulful and distinguished Spanish cuisine out of one of the best hotels in Singapore, the elegant Goodwood Park Hotel.

Its menu for takeaway and limited delivery (see districts below) brandishes foods like Crispy Tofu for starters, ‘Kuhlbarra’ Barramundi for mains, Jerusalem Artichoke Soup and even burgers and sandwiches wedged by fresh homemade buns from Woodlands Sourdough Bakery, such as the Angus Beef Burger with Gochujang and Cheddar, with a side of salad, chips and a brownie!

How to order: Review its delivery menu here to order. Plus? This resto is also having a promotion with 30% off wines.

Spanish Cuisine: Esquina

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This Spanish hot spot known for authentic tapas recently revamped its look… though you can’t actually Basque in its lovely interiors at the moment (see what we did there?). However, Esquina’s Spanish Omelette, Iberico Ham and Brie platter, Basque Cheesecake and Carbinero Paella and other scrumptious bites are still available by delivery.

How to order: Click to see the delivery menu here, and order via its Oddle page. Delivery hours are Monday to Sunday, 12 to 9 p.m. Order at least 1 hour in advance.

On a final note: We would like to give our sincere thanks to the restaurants, their teams and delivery persons who are safely and bravely preparing and delivering these delicious meals for and to Singapore’s hungry masses.

By Cherrie Lim, Text adapted from The Singapore Women’s Weekly / Additional Reporting: Sara Lyle Bow + Kirstie-mae Baptist June 2020 / Last updated by K Praveena, May 2021 / Images: provided by restaurants or from its Facebook pages.

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