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Deliveries/Takeaways/Homecooked

During the circuit breaker, many people either turn to food deliveries/takeaways or become chefs trying out different recipes.
Julius Lim
Julius Lim

More times than so, we ended up just grabbing the nearest snacks available to us or ordering a fast food delivery, which might not necessarily be the healthiest food option for our wellbeing. However, with Tingkat Delivery, you can enjoy fresh, nutritious and hot homecooked meals delivered straight to your doorsteps conveniently with a subscription plan of 5 days trial (for first time customers), 10 days meal package or the 20 days meal package. Prices start from $62.50 for the 5 days trial and $121 for the 10 days meal package, with the lunch or dinner menu on a rotational basis. Deliveries are only from Mondays to Fridays and you can opt for a meal type of 1 soup + 3 dishes or 4 dishes.

You can view the dishes in the menu via the link below and pictured is the Week 2’s Menu B which comes with a nourishing wolfberry with burdock and chicken soup, everyone’s favourite sweet & sour pork, steamed fish with black bean paste, home style vegetarian and a portion of brown rice.
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✨ Tingkat Delivery by RichFood Group
🛵 https://tingkatdelivery.com/
🍴 [Media Delivery]

The menu in these wellness and nourishing meals changes daily and you can have them delivered right to your doorsteps for lunch and/or dinner based on a meal plan of 14, 21 or 28 days. For more information on the pricing plans and menu each day, visit the link below for a comprehensive breakdown on what will be offered. Deliveries of these meals will be made from Monday to Sunday, except public holidays and besides meals on general health, Rejuven also has herbal essence and customized meal plans for individuals with specific dietary requirements.

Pictured is the menu that I have gotten for Week D, Thursday Lunch and it comes with a serving of grain rice, a soup, two mains, a dessert and a beverage. The soup of the day is a pork rib soup that is boiled with codonopsis root (dang shen) and burdock root, and the benefits include nourishing the blood and vital energy. For the mains, it comes with the steamed fish with onion and soya sauce and stir-fried fresh bean with minced pork & mushroom, both savouries go well with rice that are palatable and healthy. To end off the meal on a sweet note, the meal comes with a bowl of green bean and bulbus lilii soup that is beneficial in clearing the heatiness of the lung and heart. The beverage option is the roasted corn tassel tea which too, has its medicinal properties for overall wellbeing. There is a limited offer now whereby you can opt for a nourishing and wellness trial meal at $32 from the usual price of $48.
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✨ Rejuven
🛵 https://www.rejuven.sg/order/
🍴 [Media Delivery]

Conveniently packed in individual portions, there are a total of 10 different selections of Chengdu bowls for you to choose from, starting from an affordable price point of $10.60. Inspired by the Hawaiian poke bowls, these Chengdu bowls are not only healthy with its vegetables’ servings, each bowl packs a well-balanced fiery and numbing punch from the Sichuan spices. The base will be made up of either chewy rice noodles, pearl rice or whole-grain brown rice followed by the toppings of your choice. I have tried three of their signatures which include the Chicken with Chilli Mala Bowl ($10.60/$12.80/$14.90), Fatty Beef Mala Xiang Guo Bowl ($10.60/$12.80/$14.90) and Classic Sour Fish Rice Noodle ($10.60/$12.80/$14.90).

Between the three, my favourite will be the diced chicken that has been double fried to have that additional crunch and the fatty beef slices that has been cooked in their in-house concocted sauce. The sour fish unfortunately, was lacking in the tanginess from the suan cai, but overall a very comforting bowl to enjoy, especially when during cold weathers. Besides the proteins, each bowl also contains Sichuan-styled sides such as preserved vegetables, crinkle-cut potato, broccoli and bell peppers to give it a vibrant outlook to whet your appetite from the get-go. To get your hands on these Chengdu Bowls, they are available via island-wide delivery by ordering from the link below or you can opt for takeaways as well.
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✨ Chengdu Bowl
📍 Takeaway available at Taikoo Lane Hotpot (133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point, Unit B1-16, Sinagpore 059413)
🛵 https://chengdubowl.ezqr.sg
🍴 [Media Delivery]

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If you like it 辣and spicy, then you have got to try out辣不辣, one of the trending and more popular mala hotspots in Singapore. Ordered a Sichuan dan ban noodles ($5.80), a couple of their stir-fried dishes such as the dry fried French beans ($9.80) and sautéed shredded pork in hot sauce ($10.80), a sweet treat of red bean pancake ($8.80) and their signature mala xiang guo, which you can select a variety of ingredients and spiciness level. And I did all these ordering via the foodpanda mobile app, which I can sit back and enjoy at the comfort of my home while waiting for my weekend lunch to be delivered. Browsing through the app is a breeze and it allows you to track your orders and estimated delivery time. The food arrived hot and we were reaching out for the cold beverages throughout the meal as they are definitely not toying around with the spice. Not only will you get the numbness from the peppercorns in the mala xiangguo, you can feel the heat from the chillis as well. The French beans and sautéed pork are perfect to go with a bowl of rice or noodle before we ended the enjoyable lunch with some red bean pancake.

Being one of the leading delivery companies in Singapore, foodpada is now giving even more value to new foodpanda users whereby you can enter the new customer code of FPA8 to enjoy $8 off when you order a minimum value of $15, and this code is valid till 31 December 2020. Download the app and enjoy the convenience of ordering through foodpanda today.
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✨ 辣不辣 La Bu La Chinese Cuisine Mala Hotpot
📍 822 Tampines Street 81, Unit 01-196, Singapore 520822
🛵 @foodpandasg
🍴 [Sponsored]

A heritage brand since 1958, Ann Chin Popiah handmakes their popiah skin which ensures that you are getting the freshest of wraps from each bite. Besides enjoying these delectable treats at their various outlets, you can now order this DIY bundle set of Popiah and Kueh Pie Tee at a price tag of $55 which is good for 3-4 pax. From this bundle, you can roll approximately 10-11 rolls of popiah from the given popiah skin, cooked turnips with sliced carrots and individually packed containers of garlic, chilli padi paste, crispy bits, peanuts, lettuce, eggs, spicy sweet sauce and sweet sauce. Great for family dinners or mini parties, everyone can have a fun time rolling their popiah or filling their kueh pie tee.
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✨ Ann Chin Popiah
📍 335 Smith Street, Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Unit 02-112, Singapore 050335
🛵 https://annchinpopiah.oddle.me/en_SG/
🍴 [Media Delivery]

Both are equally good to go with an afternoon tea or coffee, with a good balance of sweet and savoury. Do get them now before it runs out!
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✨ Adibee Cookies
📱 @adibeecookies
🍴 [Gifted]

Presenting the mooncakes from Mitzo this year and the restaurant has launched the Baked Yam Mooncakes with Salted Egg Yolk & Pistachio Nuts ($78 for 4 pcs/$98 for 6pcs). Each of these baked goodies are handcrafted with the traditional spiral flaky layer which resulted in a buttery texture and the inside contains the smooth and sweet yam paste, complimented with the savoury salted egg yolk. The flavours are balanced nicely so that you do not get surfeited after a couple of bites and with the added crushed pistachios, it gives a layering mouthfeel.

Traditionally, mooncakes are paired with a cup of hot tea but with a contemporary twist, Mitzo has concocted a cocktail that’s specially made for the Mid-Autumn festival. Named the Moonlighter, this cocktail is made with a base of eight treasure tea that’s infused and shaken with Milagro tequila, Licor 43, grapefruit juice, chrysanthemum syrup and orange bitters. Sipping on this unique cocktail while enjoying the baked mooncakes is the pairing that Mitzo is recommending so that the floral and citrus notes of the cocktail helps to refresh your senses. There is a bundle of mooncakes and cocktail retailing at $104 for 4 mooncakes and 2 cocktails or $128 for 6 mooncakes and 2 cocktails.
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✨ Mitzo Restaurant & Bar
📍 270 Orchard Road, Grand Park Orchard, Level 4, Singapore 238857
🛵 https://mitzo-restaurant-bar.myshopify.com/collections/mitzos-mid-autumn-2020
🍴 [Media Delivery]

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Inspired by local traditions, Chef Ivan has created this series of mooncake recipes by using all-natural ingredients, each having a unique theme around it. In each gift set, there is the A Little Eggsighted - a baked mooncake that contains premium white lotus paste and golden egg yolk, Are You Nuts – filled with an earthy medley of almonds, walnuts, white sesame, sunflower seeds, melon seeds and pine nuts, The Moonshot – a beautiful charcoal baked mooncake that contains black sesame paste, Bronte pistachios, candied orange zest and a centre of translucent kumquat sphere, and the Love is Everything – the sweet savoury combination of almond lotus paste with Chinese almonds, salted sakura cherry blossoms, peach and apricot slices. Besides the mooncakes, the box also stands out from the rest with a sustainability focus by using 100% compostable materials and plastic-free.
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✨ Restaurant Nouri x Minerva Passion
📍 72 Amoy Street, Singapore 069891
🛵 https://shop.appetitesg.com/collections/featured-collection/mooncakes
🍴 [Media Delivery]

You literally have to camp in front of your phone or laptop, refresh at a certain timing and add to cart (highly recommended to know your order beforehand) once the booking system goes live. And we are not talking about placing an order 3-4 days before collection date, we got an order in for these doughnuts almost 3-4 weeks prior. For their doughnuts, the mainstay flavours are vanilla cream, Nutella and passionfruit curd and it used to be only be available for half-dozen or baker’s dozen order for each flavour. However, for now, there is an option for you to get the Mixed Stuffed Doughnuts ($24/$52) which comes with all 3 flavours in a box. These sugary treats are not the best of friends with your health, but I urge you to try and get them for your enjoyment pleasure as they are just so good that you can down a few of them in a single siting. My favourite is still between the Nutella and passionfruit curd but if you give me either one of them, I will be more than satisfied with it.
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✨ Burnt Ends Bakery
📍 20 Teck Lim Road, Level 3, Singapore 088391
🛵 https://bakery.burntends.com.sg/
🍴 [Not Sponsored]

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Specializing in handmade thin-crust pizzas, the company is the first in Singapore to import the highly raved Italian Caputo 00 flour for their dough, a testament to their commitment in their craft and their pizzas bear the proud marks of an authentic Neapolitan pie, a result from their twin Woodstone ovens. They are currently available for dine-in at their Asia Square restaurant, but you can also order for islandwide delivery. The two pizzas that I have tried and enjoyed are the Pepper Pig ($30) and Havana Ananas ($28). The former is a clear pigging out affair, especially for carnivores with a tomato base that’s topped generously with pepperoni, pork sausage, guanciale, mozzarella and parmigiano reggiano while the latter pays homage to the Hawaiian pizza with a chipotle BBQ sauce base that’s layered with chicken, fresh pineapple, mozzarella, pecorino, provolone, roasted onions and jalapeno. Between the two, if I have to choose one, I will go with the Havana Ananas as the sweetness from the pineapples and heat from the jalapeno balances the savoriness from the chick and cheese.
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✨ Extra Virgin Pizza
📍 8 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 1, Unit 01-04, Singapore 018960
🛵 https://order.extravirginpizza.com/en_SG/
🍴 [Media Delivery]

Made with 100% natural ingredients with no added preservatives, artificial flavouring, colouring, baking powder, baking soda and cream of tartar, these are some cakes that you can definitely enjoy without feeling the guilt. Out of the six flavours, my favourite for the savoury version has to be their Signature Bak Kwa Swiss Roll ($12) that contains a generous amount of chopped up sweet and smoky barbecued bak kwa in whipped cream, hidden within the soft sponge cake. The sweet version’s vote goes to the Yuzu Swiss Roll ($10) made with the same pillowy sponge but filled with a yuzu infused whipped cream. The other flavours available are made up of the Premium Pork Floss, Premium Pork Floss & Spring Onion Swiss Roll, Red Date & Goji Berry Swiss Roll and Matcha Adzuki. All the Swiss rolls are made fresh upon order and you have to place your orders via the below link at least 3 working days in advance with options for self collection or delivery with a delivery fee applies.
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✨ Food Yo
📍 14 Senoko South Road, Singapore 758075
🛵 http://www.chophupchong.com.sg/
🍴 [Media Delivery]

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The play on textures and flavours was such an enjoyable treat that if one fine day you feel like switching out from the meat protein, this can be the alternative. The contemporary twist in this bento is that the team replaces the regular tea soup with a dang gui broth and added chye poh with an assortment of vegetables, mushrooms and nuts into it. If the other thunder tea rice outside are anything like this, I will order it without hesitation. To modernise it further, Grain uses a mixture of black and brown rice as the base with a hanjuku egg for that added nutrients. Another of their new launch is the Sweet ‘n’ Smoky Barbecued Chicken ($12.95) that has flavours influenced from the American Southwest with hints of barbecued sauce on the chicken, side of pico de gallo that is a popular Mexican salsa over a bed of Cajun-spiced brown rice.
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✨ Grain
🛵 https://grain.com.sg/eat
🍴 [Media Delivery]

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