Last Updated: May 28, 2021
Staying in calls for more take-away and delivery options, for delicious and fuss-free nosh. While it’s a golden opportunity to whip up a storm in your kitchens and be your very own culinary master, when cravings for a specific cuisine come, it’s hard to resist food from your favourite store—especially when you’re paying less. So, the next time you’re ruminating over your meal, consider these 6 take-away deals where you can enjoy a 20% discount and above.
If you’re someone who swears by eggs, you’ll definitely be egged on to try Tamago-En’s assortment of egg-based dishes, from their Ultimate Egg Rice, Sandwiches, Donburi, to Soufflé pancakes—all made from eggs specially imported from Okinawa.
Their dishes are straight out of a Gudetama’s playbook, with bright and vibrant colours that whet your appetite. Of course, as the exemplar of eggs, their Ultimate Egg Rice series come with a perfectly round, carrot orange yolk that rests atop a pillowy cloud of whipped egg white. This truly puts all other eggs to shame. After your savoury meal, don’t skip dessert—especially when it’s a rotund Soufflé pancake that would definitely jiggle for your Instagram boomerang stories.
Till 13 June 2021, enjoy 20% off take-away orders at Tamago-En, not valid with any promotions, discounts and vouchers. For more information on how to place your order, visit their site here.
A go-to for beef noodles, LeNu is a casual Chinese noodle bar that serves up Chef Wai’s sincere creations of hearty and affordable bowls of noodles.
Their braised beef broth is the cornerstone of their Braised Beef Noodle series—an 18-hour concoction that melds with the prized protein of Wagyu, marbled beef, beef shank, and more. LeNu does well with other proteins as well, and its Signature Pork Bone Soup series is a testament to this. It features a dense and rich pork bone broth, with unique noodle and condiment combinations. If you’re feeling a bowl of dry noodles, savour noodles doused in Chef Wai’s special homemade sauce, with heft pieces of braised pork ribs, or pork wantons and more sitting atop.
Enjoy 25% off take-away orders from LeNu, and other restaurants under Paradise Group as well. For more information on how to place your order, visit their site here.
A snazzy wordplay on Le, the Chinese word for joy, Lè Fusion offers an upbeat take on Chinese cuisine, a heroic mission in the Singaporean food scene where fusion fare often invites a mix of both scepticism and excitement. Helmed by Chef Jack, Lè Fusion’s menu sports a smorgasbord of dishes that virtually can’t get more fusion than this.
Right off the bat, I am enticed by the Tsingtao Beef Fillet De Boeuf (S$42) where a grilled Australian Augustus Beef tenderloin is elevated with Tsingtao beer, complimented with cauliflower pommes mash and prawn roe. This conspicuous Asian-Western meld continues in its carb selection, and the Trio Pasta (S$34) attests to this, as a colourful tercet of green pesto, red chilli crab, and sesame squid ink. Their menu screams a whole load of fun, fascination and fastidiousness that surely raises your bar of fusion food.
From 17 May to 13 June 2021, enjoy 20% off your total bill for take-aways. There are other delivery promotions as well, so visit their site to find out more.
Black Marble is the epicurean stage of Chef Otto Weibel, the Godfather of Singapore’s culinary scene, where he works the DNA of meat and seafood to produce a staggering selection of Western grilled steaks and seafood. Quality, and not time, is at the fore here, and the 45 Days Dry-Aged Bone-In Ribeye (S$90), a number that toes the line of a perfect sear and inner tenderness, says it all. Even fries is not a simple, deep-fried fuss-free matter here, evident in their 24-hour brine hand-cut fries (S$10).
Boasting a range of the meaty ‘big boys’, Black Marble has nothing short of praise for their meat, so you can expect your meal to be worth every penny.
Enjoy 20% off your take-away orders. There are other delivery promotions as well, so visit their site to find out more.
Can’t decide between different cuisines? Who says you can’t have them all? Satiate your cravings with The Black Hole Group’s 50% discount on entire orders from their halal restaurants: Tipo, Working Title, Afterwit, Ela, The Mad Sailors and The Co-op.
A convenient and fuss-free order process, enjoy hearty and scrumptious dishes from any (and every, if you wish) restaurant under their wing, in a single order. Whet your appetites with Afterwit’s Cheeky Git Tacos (S$18.90) before taking a meaty bite of burgers from Working Title. Their Black Sheep (S$21.60) and Wagyu Beef (S$24.90) make for great choices. If you’re pining for pasta, you’re in good hands with Tipo. Delve into a creamy sea of Spicy Umami Prawn (S$21.90) pasta and relish in it all. These are just some from their extensive menu, so take your pick.
To qualify for the 50% discount for takeaways, a minimum spend of S$35 is needed, using the promo code <TBHGTAKE50>. Pick ups can be made at five locations. The discount is valid for deliveries too. For more information, visit their site here.
Penang Culture, coined the Street Food Paradise in Singapore, is a familiar face we turn to satiate our hankering for a piquant bowl of assam laksa. Head by Chef Wong Thin Lipp, whose roots of his culinary career began in the streets of Penang, Penang Culture bags the title of the first Penang-themed halal restaurant in Singapore.
Their signature dish, the Penang Assam Laksa (S$7.90), is a comforting rendition of the piquant and tart bowls we wolf down by the roadside stalls of Penang. Consisting of Penang-imported Laksa noodles cooked in traditional assam gravy and a rich broth, this bowl’s hard to miss. Other dishes recommended by Chef Wong include Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodles (S$8.90), Bronze BBQ Platter (S$18.90), and Premium Crab Meat & Salted Eggs Fried Kway Teow (S$15.90) with more mouth-watering fare in their heft menu.
Till 31 May 2021, you can enjoy 20% off takeaway orders. For more information on how to place your order, visit their site here.
It’s not an easy time for the F&B industry, and with their generous price mark down for take-aways—there’s no better time to support them. So, why not head down to the stores and take-away your next meal?
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