15 Shiok Eateries You Can Order From With WhyQ

Our newest partnership with WhyQ means you can read reviews and instantly order your favourite dishes from Burpple.

If you're craving for local food from popular hawker centres and food courts but can't find them on your usual delivery apps, you might just want to check out WhyQ. With no minimum order value and a super low delivery fee from $1.50, they've quickly become Singapore's largest delivery service in terms of hawker partners. Of course, you'll also find plenty of other options, from donburis to burgers and even hotpots!

We've now partnered with them so you can read reviews and instantly book on Burpple via WhyQ. Here's just 15 of the many popular eateries and restaurants to choose from.

Read till the end to find out how to enjoy $5 off your next order!

Photo by Burppler Makan Warrior

For Value For Money Donburis
For all your Japanese don needs, turn your attention to Sumo-Ya, best known for their heaping Chirashi bowls. As Burppler Xing Wei Chua puts it, "the diced fish comes all fresh and chunky atop vinegary rice. Temperature of the sushi rice and fish was consistent, served cold while the rice was pearly and comes with a hint of sweetness." Crowd favourites include the Truffle Chirashi Don ($15.90) and Aburi Chirashi Don ($16.90).

Victor's KitchenPhoto by Burppler Alfred Tan

For HK-Style Dim Sum
Get an easy dim sum fix with the much-raved about Hong Kong-style plates (from $5.20) from Victor's Kitchen. Whether its Egg Tarts, Siew Mai, or Char Siew Cheong Fun, Burpplers generally have great things to say. Burppler Gwen Cheng's favourite is the Har Gao, boasting "fresh succulent marinated prawns in a thin crystal layer" while Burppler bev c likes the Salted Egg Yolk Buns as they are "really buttery and it was the right amount of sweetness as well."

The Ship Restaurant & Bar (Serangoon Nex)Photo by Burppler JingWen Chua

For Soulful Fish Soup
The Ship is best known for its tasty Western seafood fare, but we bet you didn't know about its Special Sliced Fish Noodles ($16.90), which Burpple JingWen Chua likes for its "fresh and thick fish with a firm texture. Broth is flavourful with strong sweetness from the hua diao." Otherwise, opt for the Grilled Chicken Chop with Chef Made Sauce ($18) or classic Fish and Chips ($18), among others.

Shi Hui Yuan (Lau Pa Sat)Photo by Burppler Maureen Ow

For Collagen-Rich Hor Fun
Shi Hui Yuan has come a long way from a hawker stall in 1969 to becoming a Michelin Bib Gourmand awardee for four years in a row. You can't go wrong with its signature Hor Fun (from $5.80), swimming in collagen-rich gravy and nutrient-loaded herbal braising sauce. Burppler Cherie Heng is a fan of the "delicately cut duck and chicken drumstick meat along its smooth hor fun which you can easily slurp up."

COCA Leisure Park KallangPhoto by Burppler Triffany Lim

For Thai-Chinese Hotpot
If you want to organise your own hotpot session but are too lazy to shop for ingredients, COCA has you covered. This Thai-Chinese restaurant in Kallang has everything you need, including a convenient set for 3 to 4 person ($72.10) with two soup bases, two types of meat, seafood, and vegetables. A la carte options are also available. Burppler Gerald Chua enjoyed the signature Hua Diao Jiu soup base, which "was full-bodied and punchy, which added another dimension to my usual hotpot fix."

Ramen TaishoPhoto by Burppler Bryan Lee

For Delicious Hawker Centre Ramen
Craving for affordable ramen? Burppler Cecil Dulam loved the Spicy Black Garlic Tonkotsu Ramen Deluxe ($17.80), which "is both flavourful and light and the ramen is even packed separately from the soup so as to prevent it from becoming soggy." Do yourself a favour and add the TK Caramel Pudding ($5.10) to your cart for a smoky and addictive dessert.

Saturday House

For A Twist On Western Classics
Saturday House does amazing Western classics for sure, but wait till you get a taste of their Asian-inspired dishes. The Sambal Fish ($18) is topped with spicy housemade sambal and grilled to perfection, similar to the flame-grilled Saturday Satay ($8.50) dipped in sweet savoury peanut gravy.

Gim Tim RestaurantPhoto by Burppler Anthony Leow

For Teochew Zi Char
Gim Tim is famous for their classic Teochew dishes. Why the delivery menu isn't as extensive as the original, you'll still find favourites like Dong Po Rou ($15.90), Deep Fried Yam Ring Topped With Scallop ($31.80), and of course, Sweetened Taro Paste otherwise known as Or Nee ($4.60). Burppler Anthony Leow can't get enough of the Crispy Chicken Skin with Sotong Paste ($34.10), which is one of his all-time favourite dishes here.

Rubato Italian Kitchen and BarPhoto by Shabby Charmaine -

For Fancy Italian Classics
If you're living in the Bukit Timah vicinity, you'll want to order the hot pies from Rubato Italian Kitchen & Bar. Rubato's Famous Burrata Pizza ($40.90) is just that, with Michelin-grade burrata, tomatoes, and premium aged parma ham. For a group, how about ordering the perfect Bone-In Rib Eye Steak ($213.30)? Others to try are the Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Tiger Prawns ($27.70) and Croque Madame Royale ($25).

Monga Fried Chicken (Singpost Centre)Photo by Burppler Cliffton Choo

For Taiwanese Fried Chicken Bentos
Monga Fried Chicken is a master of Taiwanese-style Fried Chicken. Prepared using only the freshest ingredients, their dishes come to you straight from the fryer. On the Monga Crispy Chicken Rice Box ($7.40), Burppler boo tay says it's "honestly one of the best chicken cutlets ever, surpassed my expectations for its low price."

Pink FishPhoto by Burppler shiyun. k

For Norwegian Fast Food
Can't get enough of poke bowls? This casual chain from Norway is all about that healthy fast-food, and that includes getting their dishes to your doorstep fast. That includes the Grilled Norwegian Salmon Juicy Texas BBQ Burger ($10.50), which Burppler Melissa Ngiam says blew her mind. "Besides the firm consistency of the salmon, the zesty sauce also helped to elevate the taste to another level. Others to try include the Salmon Wraps (from $15.80) and Stew Bowls (from $11.60).

Omakase Burger
Photo by Burppler Nurul Hana

For Homegrown Burgers
Omakase Burger is one of Singapore's foremost burger restaurants. You'll find their many of their signature cheeseburgers on the WhyQ menu, including the Omakase Cheeseburger Set ($22.10), Applewood Smoked Bacon Cheeseburger Set ($26.50) and Ultimate Cheeseburger Set ($28.90), topped with smoked bacon, sauteed onions, and mushrooms. Burppler Nurul Hana says "even the patty was done well although the juices were literally dripping at each bite. Messy but satisfying."

White Feathers
Photo by Burppler TheHungertrack

For Japanese-Italian Fusion
Order in Japanese-Italian delights from White Feathers, a minimalistic cafe with delectable fusion pasta, donburi, thin-crust pizza, and even artisanal pastries (from $5)! What really caught Burppler TheHungertrack's attention was their Mentaiko & Potato Pizza ($16). Topped with spicy cod roe, Idaho potato, and mentaiko mayonnaise, it "went so well together, making it out most favourable dish there."

Beng who cooks

For Nutritious & Halal Bowls
As you might expect from a place named Beng Who Cooks, the dishes (all $6.40, and halal too) are creatively named and certainly a lot of fun - think Very Dark Chicken Rice with chicken cherry tomatoes and onsen egg, Dory "Fish" Ball, and Meatless Aglio E Olio. Note that their delivery menu is quite a stark difference from their usual Beng Bowls - carbs, proteins, and whopping "side kicks" - but that doesn't make their food any less delish.

Little Gobbles

For Old School Zi Char in Bukit Timah
Little Gobbles isn't your usual zi char spot. This cosy eatery is tucked away in the basement of Bukit Timah Shopping Centre - but you can easily order their food to your doorstep with WhyQ. Aside from crowd-favourites like Sambal Lala ($12.80) and Gong Bao Chicken ($10.60), Burppler Veronica Phua loves their Curry Fish Head ($26.50), saying "it's not too thick or overly rich with coconut milk. There's a nice touch of assam as well, which made slurping a lot of it all too easy."

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