Let’s face it: we all know someone who doesn’t have the green light to dine out. Whether you’re waiting for your 14-day vaccination window to pass, or have young and elderly at home who have yet to be poked, the celebration feasts must go on from home. Bring the party indoors with quality food delivery bundles from these popular restaurants on Oddle Eats, all delivering at just S$5. If you’re looking for the cherry on top of these family favourites, tuck your fishing baits away, for Oddle Eats has reeled in a bountiful net of spectacular credit card promotions.
Enjoy S$7 off orders above S$70 at any restaurant with selected bank cards for a limited time only. View all vouchers on their brand new mobile app! Instead of scrolling TikTok, scroll through this list of 15 family bundles with S$5 islandwide delivery to order for every occasion and location. No vaccination pass required.
1. Keng Eng Kee Seafood
Every visit to my favourite zi char place Keng Eng Kee radiates warmth in both the food and kampung spirit. Eldest of three siblings, Paul Liew, never fails to greet customers with incredible hospitality. It’s no surprise customers always leave with a full belly and heart.
With the restrictions on hawker and zi char dining being limited to two across the nation, it goes without a doubt that family dinners aren’t like they used to be. Lucky for us, the Family Set for 4 (S$68) rounds up the bestsellers from Keng Eng Kee, such as the acclaimed Coffee Pork Ribs and Signature Prawn Roll.
By now, we all appreciate a good ol’ all-stars bundle to relish the best of each restaurant’s offerings. Take it from me, add on the Signature Moonlight Horfun (S$21 for large, S$9 for small) for the ultimate stay-home zi char experience.
While the Alexandra district has the fortune of good food within a short distance, the family business’ decision to deliver islandwide at just S$5 has blessed even Easties with their award-winning wok hei dishes.
2. Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant
Now, dim sum is one experience that relies on the company to make the dining experience better. For Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant, it’s second nature for the family to serve up comforting dim sum for all to enjoy, at any time of the day.
Impress guests with the best of Swee Choon Top 10 十大天王 (S$78.90), which feeds four to five. It comes with Signature Mee-Suah Kueh, Salted Egg Yolk Custard Bun, and more stellar items. Or, fuel up your weekday work meals with WFH Survival Pack (S$50), featuring a mix of hot and frozen food that’s easy to keep.
Oh, you’re feeling the munchies for supper? The heritage restaurant delivers until 11.30 pm, to sort all your supper cravings and late-night movie snacks. Who said dim sum was just a morning thing? Oh, there’s S$7 off with Oddle Eats Credit Card Promotions too.
Order from Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant
3. Dancing Crab
If there’s one thing we Singaporeans have collectively learned this year, it’s online ordering. Whether it’s e-commerce for retail, services, or food, we can all check off the box on our 2021 resolution list that reads ‘learn something new’. The brand new Oddle Eats app allows you to browse through Singapore’s best restaurants delivering islandwide. Within, you’ll find the Singaporean favourite restaurant Dancing Crab sitting under ‘Trending’.
Waltz into the weekend and unwind with the indulgent seafood feast perfect for two to four – Live Crab Combo (S$115.60). If you enjoy hearty and delicious (although messy) goodness, this will exceed expectations.
Amongst their exquisite range of sauces, Zesty Garlic Butter, Beurre Blanc, Signature Cajun, White Pepper Cream, and Mala, I’d recommend trying either of the first two. If you enjoy a kick of spice, Mala will certainly satisfy. Delivering islandwide at just S$5!
4. TungLok XiHé Peking Duck
It’s someone’s birthday every other day and I get it—it can be exhausting to be in charge of the party plans. Fortunately for you, TungLok XiHé Peking Duck saves the occasion with very aptly-named bundles.
Elevate the indoor occasion with an unforgettable spread that will surely have Ah Ma and Ah Gong smiling from ear to ear. The Special Birthday Set Menu (S$268) feeds four and is one I’d recommend for any dignified occasion.
Complete with Longevity Bun, Longevity Noodles, Double-boiled Sakura Chicken Soup, TungLok XiHé Peking Duck, and other perennial favourites to go around. 10/10 would approve.
For the best of both worlds, have the Crab and Peking Duck Set (S$248) delivered to your doorstep. The bundle comes with the signature Peking Duck and Wok Fried Crab with Vermicelli in San Bei Sauce, alongside grand dishes. Good for four; perfect to impress your in-laws. Plus, check out Oddle Eats S$7 off Credit Card Promotions, available for a limited time only.
Order from TungLok XiHé Peking Duck
5. Burger & Lobster (Jewel)
Did the photo memories on your phone remind you of your London trip again? Be it border restrictions or vaccination windows, nothing should stop you from getting your fill of Burger & Lobster. Undoubtedly on every Singaporean’s list of restaurants to visit in London, a taste of the famous surf & turf shack is now just an online order away.
Have the best of the West with the Combo Bundle for 4 (S$175). Here, a 1.5lb lobster (steamed or grilled) along with a choice of four mains, sides, drinks, and lemon garlic butter await. Switch it up between burgers and rolls, truffle or sweet potato fries, and plenty more.
Most people want a perfect relationship but I just want a lobster roll or burger that looks as glorious as the ones in commercials.
Order from Burger & Lobster (Jewel)
Upcoming date night? Heading for a staycation without the kids? The Middle Eastern culinary experience at Kazbar is your sanctuary for (culinary) healing.
A celebratory event deserves a spectacular meal, and the Menu & Cocktails for 2 – 3 pax (S$141.20) completes the occasion with both food and booze. Start your gastronomic meal with Hummus, Fattoush Salad, Falafel, Mix Grilled Platter, and finish it off with two pre-packed cocktails. Choose from the DIY Lychee Martini, Sangria or Margarita, and fix up your drinks together with your partner.
They also offer friendly bundles for groups such as the 4 Bento Sets (S$88). Remember to check out the ongoing S$7 off with Oddle Eats Credit Card Promotions before placing your order.
7. SUN with MOON
Say sayonara to the age-old question ‘what’s for dinner tonight’ and konichiwa to a lavish Japanese feast with SUN with MOON. Humour aside, the delivery menu featuring traditional and modern Japanese fare by Executive Chef, Mr Toshio Sawai is some serious business.
The picturesque Family Deluxe Sushi (S$120) is one for the sushi lovers A feast for the eyes and stomach, relish fatty tuna, tuna, yellowtail, sweet shrimp, scallop, grilled eel, salmon, salmon roe, salmon pink dragon roll, crispy shrimp mango roll, and sweet omelette. An exhaustive list indeed, but nonetheless an exceptional one.
Celebrating a personal achievement for one? Indulge in the Kaiseki Sushi Bento (S$58), with enough variety to be cast in a show. Here, you’ve got a fresh sushi platter and accompanying appetizers such as tamago (sweet omelette), grilled miso-marinated cod fish, fried Japanese fish cake, and more.
Moreover, enjoy S$5 islandwide delivery for orders above S$50, and track all order statuses in one place, on the brand new Oddle Eats app.
8. The Blue Ginger
Ever since The Little Nyonya series found its way onto Netflix, I’ve always thought about where I could get good, authentic, homestyle Peranakan food in Singapore. Lucky for us, The Blue Ginger is a worthy contender for just that.
Keeping food simple yet bold, Bundle Set A (S$140) comes with Kueh Pie Tee, Babi Pong Tay and Ayam Panggang, amongst other favourites. Not stated on this list would be the immense wave of nostalgia, as you reminisce on memories shared with loved ones.
My maternal grandmother is Peranakan and it’s no shocker that I get to savour her nyonya cooking often. While she’s just a phone call away, ordering a fuss-free feast is just an online order away from you with the Oddle Eats app.
Also, it would be a crime to skip on the indulgent Beef Rendang (S$22) and Ayam Buah Keluak (S$27). Also, enjoy S$7 off with Oddle Eats Credit Card Promotions to get more bang for your buck. While prices sit on the higher side, a meal with family over enjoyable nyonya food is simply priceless.
What makes Japan so special that almost every Singaporean visited the country during pre-pandemic days? One word: food. Synonymous with all our Japan dreams, YAYOI lifts a portion of it with affordable casual Japanese rice and noodle bowls.
If you’re ordering a quick meal for the family on your allocated work-from-home days, hop on the 1-for-1 Ebi Fry Tama Don (S$17.90) and add a few side dishes from umami Mentai Mayo Tamagoyaki (S$7.90) to the classic Gyoza (S$7.90). If you’re expecting guests over the weekend, you’re in luck with the handy Oddle Eats app, which allows you to browse restaurants, place orders and track your deliveries all in one place.
If you’re more of a noodle person like myself, the Tonkotsu Ramen (S$13.90) will absolutely delight. Who said stay-home work lunches can’t be quick and delicious, and more so at just $5 islandwide delivery?
10. Si Chuan Dou Hua
If chilli is a staple in almost everything you eat, it’s time to turn up the heat with Si Chuan Dou Hua. Specialising in Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine. Located in the heart of Central Singapore, you can now skip the traffic and dine-in queue with S$5 islandwide delivery for all orders above S$48.
Regular customers of the restaurant often opt for the Chilled Chicken with Spicy Bean Paste and Bean Curd in Spicy Minced Meat Sauce, which you can find in Chef’s Recommendations (S$128) set menu which satisfies up to four pax.
One that won my heart over was the “Chong Qing” Diced Chicken with Dried Chilli (S$26). Imagine the perfect mix of crunch and spice, just getting better with each bite. Perhaps, a snack or two in the cart won’t hurt, right? Even better; double down on the deals with ongoing S$7 off Oddle Eats Credit Card Promotions.
11. Suk’s Thai Kitchen
It’s safe to say that by now, we’ve all got into the habit of ordering online. Gone are the days of joining long queues to get authentic Thai fare from that standalone stall just around your house. Suk’s Thai Kitchen is no exception.
With over 60 family recipes preserved and handed down over the years, Head Chef Suk aims to recreate authentic flavours of Chiang Rai for the modern-day Singapore foodie.
The 3 – 4 Pax Set (S$88) presents the full package of iconic Thai dishes, with a choice of Fried Seabass (Garlic or Suk’s Thai Chili), Tomyum Soup (Red or Clear; Chicken, Prawns or Seafood), Green Curry Chicken, Salad (Mango or Papaya), Fried Cabbage with Garlic & Dried Shrimps, Basil Minced Meat (Chicken or Pork), and rice.
Alternatively, there’s always the Tom Yum Mama Noodles (S$13.80) to unlock nostalgic memories of trips to Thailand.
The modern Thai Restaurant has jumped on the bandwagon to deliver islandwide at S$5 for more to enjoy wherever you are. Enough with the cabin fever—cure your desire for homestyle Thai fare right in the comfort of your home.
12. Social Place
At Social Place, gear up for a blast from the past with a tantalising taste of modernity. Cue Wong Kar Wai’s classic film ‘In The Mood For Love’—have mesmerising delights from this retro 60s-style Hong Kong restaurant delivered to your home at just S$5 islandwide.
Make food fun with the kids and add the Dim Sum Sharing Set (S$62.80) to your weekend breakfast cart. Perfect for four, delight young ones with the Yam Filled Pig Bun, Steamed Rose Floret Bun, and other luxurious dim sum renditions.
Otherwise, spice up your family gatherings with the Harmony Menu (S$116). Thrill the party with hot favourites Sichuan Peppered Eggplant and Eggs (Ain’t) That Simple. Now, I can’t guarantee that harmony will grace your occasion, but happy bellies certainly will.
To all the experiences at Chinese restaurants we reminisce, including Cantonese sayings thrown across tables and dim sum ladies with their pushcarts: you are sorely missed! For now, I’ll settle for Oddle Eats’ plethora of top restaurants and cuisines delivering islandwide and the ongoing S$7 off Oddle Eats Credit Card Promotions.
13. TIGA ROTI
TIGA ROTI, which is Malay for ‘three buns’, is a cloud kitchen concept by Adam Penney who runs familiar burger spot Three Buns by Potato Head. The twist? Everything within each glorious burger is Muslim-friendly and made from scratch, down to the sauces and buns.
Guaranteed approval from all age groups is the FOUR FOR MORE MEAL (S$75). For mains, choose your choice of meat from sustainable, plant-based options to gourmet La Pampa Argentinian beef patty.
Included in this bundle is your choice of sides and desserts for every person. Yes—I’m talking milkshakes and fries, which easily makes this the ultimate American diner meal from home. Plus, enjoy S$5 islandwide delivery for orders above S$50, wherever you are and whenever you want.
14. LingZhi Vegetarian
Thinking of taking festive feasting down a notch after the National Day parade celebrations? If you’re looking to try something new, the innovative gourmet dishes at LingZhi Vegetarian by TungLok Group is one to add to the list. In case you’re new here, the humble establishment pride itself in using pure and organic ingredients, with no trace of mock meats, artificial colouring or additives.
Nourish up with Set B for 4 (S$98) and savour Hot and Sour Soup, Vegetarian Fish served with Sweet and Sour Sauce and more, in the comfort of your own home.
An exceptional main that will surely please the party would be the fusion of traditional and modern flavours in the Stewed ‘Ee-fu’ Noodles with Truffle Oil (S$19.30). If you’re hunting for a bargain, take S$7 off with Oddle Eats Credit Card Promotions for a win-win situation.
15. Bonchon Singapore
As hot birthday months September and October approach, it’s better to be prepared with stay-home celebration plans. If there’s one food item I can vouch for any occasion, it’s got to be fried chicken. The famous South Korean chain Bonchon Chicken first arrived in Singapore 2011 and set out to deliver islandwide at just S$5 since ‘Circuit Breaker’ in June 2020.
Host the ultimate K-night with all your Korean must-have dishes with the Korean Stew Bundle 1 (S$77.88). Share the crunch of Korean Wings with the crew, alongside a hearty Army Stew and Seafood Pancake. Oppas not included, but I’m sure any K-drama would do the trick.
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