Monday, 28 June 2021

Get local and global dishes delivered with these Singapore restaurants

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It’s no secret that Singapore is a nation of foodies. What’s more, food is perhaps the number one reason we travel. After all, what better way to experience the history and vibe of a place than through its gastronomical culture. That’s unfortunately not really an option right now, with recreational travel still very much on hold. But all is not lost! Singapore is home to a diverse culinary scene, with countless eateries serving everything from its own old-time recipes or ingredients from. (And it goes without saying that these restaurants all need our support and patronage.) So if you’re wondering what to eat this week – whether in twos on-site or with your family at home – check out some some of these diverse eateries doing delivery.

inihaw na pusit (grilled squid) from Gerry's Grill
Smoky, juicy inihaw na pusit (grilled squid) from Gerry’s Grill

The Philippines: Gerry’s Grill

For a true taste of the Philippines, look no further than this beloved restaurant chain that has over 80 branches around the world, including one in Singapore. From its humble beginnings in Quezon City in Metro Manila, Gerry’s Grill has brought joy and comfort not just to Filipinos abroad but to all fans of quintessential classics such as crispy papa, lechon kawali, kilaw, sisig, kare-kare and lots more. Best of all, Gerry’s Grill has translated that comfort-food experience online, and you can now order from their comprehensive menu of tangy, smoky, hearty dishes through a convenient online form. There’s free islandwide delivery for orders over S$100. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram.; 51 Cuppage Road; +65 6720 1412

Signature bowl by Absolute Acai
Absolute Açaí’s Signature Bowl is topped with fruits, seeds, granola and cacao nibs

South America: Absolute Açaí

Açaí, a nutrient-rich purple berry that grows in South America, has become a global sensation thanks to its high antioxidant and fibre content. Hip café-hoppers from Los Angeles to Bali enjoy this superfood in cold, refreshing smoothie bowls. Founded in 2015, Absolute Açaí was one of the first eateries to offer premium-quality açaí bowls and smoothies in Singapore – topped with generous and delicious accompaniments such as strawberries, coconut flakes, cacao nibs, chia seeds and lots more. Order their affordable offerings via Deliveroo or Foodpanda. If you live further away, they offer islandwide delivery from their shop at Novena Square 2 as well.; IG: @absoluteacai; #B1-131 Novena Square 2, 10 Sinaran Drive

Loy Kee Chicken Rice has been serving Singapore's beloved dish since 1953
Loy Kee Best Chicken Rice has been serving Singapore’s beloved dish since 1953

Singapore: Loy Kee Best Chicken Rice

Hainanese chicken rice is arguably Singapore’s national dish. And no one does it quite like Loy Kee Best Chicken Rice. Around since 1953, Loy Kee is one of those rare places that has probably served not only you, but your parents and grandparents as well. It’s no wonder the National Heritage Board named it one of Singapore’s iconic brands, and the Michelin Guide recognised it as a Culinary Pioneer. Choose from roasted, steamed and soy sauce chicken, and other must-trys such as homemade ngor hiang, Hainanese beef stew and watercress pork rib soup – all made in-house daily and available for pick-up or delivery. Use code SILVERKRIS10 for 10% off your first online order (minimum spend S$50).; 342 Balestier Road

Kue bangkit and emping cookies by Pandan Street Bakery
Kue bangkit, pineapple tarts and emping cookies by Pandan Street Bakery

Singapore: Pandan Street Bakery

Food industrialisation and cultural amnesia mean some of Singapore’s heritage snacks are either difficult to find or not as delicious as you remember them. Luckily, the iconic kue bangkit are not among them, thanks to Pandan Street Bakery. Run by Christy Tan, her husband Raymond and her mum Madam Lee, this multi-generational outfit preserves an important legacy with its decades-old recipe. Pandan Street Bakery is among the last of its kind to produce kue bangkit entirely by hand and without preservatives, using old wooden moulds no longer in production. Order them along with their signature emping cookies and pineapple tarts to give any reunion or gathering a nostalgic lift.;; IG: @pandanstreetbakery


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