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Delivery Only: 6 Virtual Restaurants In Singapore To Try

From one specialising in homey Italian fare to another that takes local dishes and puts them in wraps, these are the restaurants that only exist online!

Tired of having to book a restaurant weeks in advance? Well, you won't face that problem here with this new breed of virtual eateries that don't actually have a physical space for dining in.


Chances are you already know of Grain, one of the first online-only restaurants to launch in Singapore. Get wholesome nourishing delivered straight to you, including their popular Grilled Farm Fresh Chicken ($11.95) with cherry tomatoes and housemade pesto on a bed of spice multi-grain rice. Seasonal favourites at the moment include the Seafood Laksa Hokkien Mee ($13.95) with squid, prawns, and baby scallops - talk about generous!


Grammi is the baby of ilLido Group's Beppe De Vito (Amo, Braci), so they're no stranger to the whole Italian cuisine thing. Only this one only exists online, and focuses on wholesome Italian-Mediterranean recipes. The best seasonal ingredients from trusted artisans and farmers come together in creations such as Baked Caserecce (S$16.90), filled with juicy porcini mushrooms, smoked mozza, and pumpkin chunks. Need a quick bite? You won't go wrong with the Porchetta sandwich ($16.90), stuffed with Iberico pork and a tingle of Calabrian chilli - yum!

Wrap Bstrd

At Wrap Bstrd, they don't hold anything back. I mean, they're literally bastardising the dishes we love like Mee Goreng ($8.80) and Chicken Rice ($10) and sticking them inside a convenient wrap. There are international favourites too - from Korean Cheesy Bulgogi Beef ($11.80) to Thai Basil Chicken Wrap ($11.50) that's inspired by pad krapow gai. And the beauty is? The flavours actually all meld together in a tortilla pocket full of flavour.

Don Play Play

Don Play Play is widely popular for its Japanese rice bowls made with Halal-certified ingredients. Expect impressive sets like the Truffle Beef Yakiniku Don ($13.80) featuring eight-hour sous vide striploin, Spicy Salmon Don ($13) with baked Norwegian salmon and housemade spicy mayo, and for the vegetarian, An Avocado Vegetarian bowl ($13) that's as colourful as it is tasty. Do note that there's a minimum order of $64 here. 

Lean BentoPhoto by Burppler Nicole L.

Lean Bento used to have a physical outlet in Buona Vista, but it's since transitioned into an online-only platform that delivers its familiar range of healthy rice and grain bowls - in fact, each comes with a nutritional breakdown so you can properly plan your diet, where it's low-calorie, low-carb (Honey Chicken) or even vegetarian meals like Herb Crust Tofu. Can't eat much? There's even a petite size for you. Dishes start from $12.90, with a minimum order of $20. 


Remember New Ubin Seafood? Their latest venture is bringing your favourite local delights straight to your door. Like a virtual coffee shop, digital "stalls" specialise in different types of ethnic dishes. Creations include the Ubin Nasi Lemak and Ah Koon Scissor Cut Curry Rice (both $15) - each name holding a special meaning to head honcho SM Pang, serving to strike a chord of familiarity with Singaporeans.