The MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2021 awardees were just announced last month—much to the delight of us foodies! These awards certainly bring a new kind of buzz in the air, celebrating the best in Singapore’s food scene.
If you’ve always wanted to sample MICHELIN-quality dishes but didn’t want to deal with the hassle of dressing up or waiting in long queues, here’s some good news: get your MICHELIN meals delivered right to your doorstep with GrabFood! Choose from over 100 MICHELIN recommended options—from luxurious restaurants to affordable hawker plates—and enjoy them in the comfort of your home.
To kick off your MICHELIN gastro-journey with GrabFood, they are holding a contest where you’ll stand a chance to win a S$200 GrabFood voucher! Read till the end to find out more. Want a sampling of what you can find in Grabfood’s MICHELIN selection? Here are six MICHELIN recommended restaurants to whet your appetite.
1. Kotuwa (MICHELIN Bib Gourmand)
Helmed by Chef Rishi Naleendra, Kotuwa brings the colours, tastes, and aromas of Sri Lankan cuisine to Singapore. Have a taste of their Crab Cutlet (S$17.12), one that’s world’s apart from the run-of-the-mill crab cake. It’s a Sri Lankan-style croquette with spiced crab meat brandade that’s sure to get your senses tingling with excitement.
For the main show, there’s Chicken Kottu (S$23.54) or Polos Kottu (S$19.26), with the latter being a unique baby jackfruit dish with chopped rotti cooked with vegetables, egg, and gravy. This has got our tummies grumbling already.
We’ve heard only great things about the Watalappam Tart (S$17.12), so make space for an unforgettable sweet finish with coconut custard with jaggery, pistachio, candied orange, and spices. Why not switch up your regular GrabFood order to include some tasty bites from MICHELIN recommended Kotuwa?
2. Hjh Maimunah (MICHELIN Bib Gourmand) [Temporarily closed]
Famous for their nasi ambeng, you can’t order from Hjh Maimunah without getting their Original Ambeng Platter (S$33). Fit for two to three persons, this platter is chock full of irresistible delicacies such as ayam lemak cili padi, beef rendang, sambal goreng Jawa, and paru belado, among others.
If that’s not enough, their BBQ Sundanese Chicken (two pieces) (S$9.90) is a knock-out number that’ll hit you in all the right delicious places. To end, the Pengat Pisang (S$2.50) works out as a sweet porridge that’ll have you licking the bowl clean.
3. Alma by Juan Amador (One MICHELIN-Star)
MICHELIN-starred meals usually come in a kaleidoscope of colours, tastes, and cultures. Just like the ones from Alma by Juan Amador—their Asian-influenced Modern European cuisine includes iconic local flavours, too. Take a hunky bite out of their Satay Burger (Chicken, Beef, or Iberico Pork) (from S$33.17) with homemade satay sauce and a side of potato salad.
If burger’s not your style, then how about a punchy yet luscious portion of Linguine Coconut Blue Swimmer Crab with Cili Padi (S$31.03)? As always, dessert is a must, and one we highly recommend is the Homemade Bread & Butter Pudding (S$13.80) with caramel sauce and walnuts. It’s the perfect way to sweeten your GrabFood order.
4. Burnt Ends (One MICHELIN-Star)
We love a hearty meat feast just as much as the next person, so we definitely have to talk about Burnt Ends.
The Meal for 2 – A (S$74.90) is sufficient for even the hungriest pair. Their Burnt Ends Sanger and Lamb Gyros—both succulent, are savoury picks that are packed with rich, intense flavours.
It also comes with Jamaican Chicken Wings (four pieces), which aren’t shy on seasoning. Still feeling peckish? Slip in a Slice of Berry Tart (S$12.84) to round off your meal.
5. Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar (One MICHELIN Star)
Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar has a menu brimming with an impeccable selection of fine Italian dishes if you’re looking for something more indulgent.
For example, their Garibaldi Bundle Sets that range from S$120 to S$340, caters to any family size and palate fancy. They also offer less-common dishes such as Capelli D’Angelo Ai Rici Di Mare Con Capesante E Caviale (S$86.88), which highlights the exquisite quality of sea urchin, Hokkaido scallop, and caviar atop a bed of cold angel hair pasta. Another item that caught our eye is the Ravioli di Vitello Ai Funghi Porcini (S$37.48), milk-fed veal ravioli with porcini mushrooms & cream sauce—simply divine.
Seafood lovers will adore the Lunghetti Aglio E Olio Con Gamberi E Bottarga (S$56.62), an “aglio olio” dish that’s served with sea tiger prawns and bottarga. Oh, and of course, their all-time classic, Tiramisu Di Mamma Bice (S$19.12), a recipe that the chef proudly learnt from his mother, is a must-have when ordering from them on GrabFood.
6. Alliance Seafood (MICHELIN Bib Gourmand)
We simply cannot forget our beloved local seafood stalls, for their homely dishes and familiar favourites. If you’re already planning to order an ocean’s worth of seafood for the whole family, get Alliance Seafood delivered with GrabFood.
This stall boasts some of the best seafood dishes in town. Take a swipe at their Sambal Stingray (S$14.40), with an invigorating sambal sauce that elevates this quality MICHELIN meal.
Or try their Cereal Prawn (S$28.80)—a local favourite that we simply cannot get enough of. With large-as-your-palm-sized prawns, you’ll definitely get every penny’s worth in this deliciously addictive dish. Think vegetables are boring? Not with their Sambal Kang Kong (S$9.60), an aromatic, savoury number that’ll have you going back for seconds.
There’s really no better time than now to place a GrabFood order, with MICHELIN quality meals readily available for your selection in the app—all while you patiently wait in the comfort of your abode.
To add even more spice to your MICHELIN experience with GrabFood, take part in their contest and stand to win a S$200 Grabfood voucher. From now till 30 September 2021, simply order in from as many unique MICHELIN recommended restaurants on GrabFood; the top five participants will win. For more details on the contest, click here.
*This post was brought to you in partnership with GrabFood.
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