The Best Food Delivery Options from your Favourite Restaurants in Singapore During the Coronavirus Crisis
- Violet Oon SingaporeViolet Oon Singapore
- Brasserie GavrocheBrasserie Gavroche
- Salted & HungSalted & Hung
- Les AmisLes Amis
- Alma by Juan AmadorAlma by Juan Amador
- Vianney Massot RestaurantVianney Massot Restaurant
- Caffe CichetiCaffe Cicheti
- Pasta BarPasta Bar
- Shang PalaceShang Palace
- Burnt EndsBurnt Ends
- Cheek BistroCheek Bistro
- Punjab GrillPunjab Grill
- Live Twice and HumpbackLive Twice and Humpback
- Hashida SushiHashida Sushi
- Ola Cocina Del MarOla Cocina Del Mar
- Butcher BoyButcher Boy
- The NomadsThe Nomads
- One-Ninety at the Four SeasonsOne-Ninety at the Four Seasons
- The Halia at Singapore Botanic GardensThe Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens
- FOC RestaurantFOC Restaurant
- Raffles SingaporeRaffles Singapore
- Summer HillSummer Hill
- Nouri X AppetiteNouri X Appetite
- V-Dining by V-ZugV-Dining by V-Zug
- Kin at Straits ClanKin at Straits Clan
- Famous TreasureFamous Treasure
- Monte RisaiaMonte Risaia
While stricter measures to contain the spread of covid-19 have affected our plans to dine out, more of our favourite restaurants are initiating unique and exclusive ways to savour their feted fare
This story was updated on April 24, 2020
There's no denying these are hard times for everybody, as we rally to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus (covid-19). But it's been especially hard on the restaurant industry, as many businesses witness a significant drop in the number of customers over the last few months. Measures to ensure better public safety were adopted, but more recent and stricter measures in line with the current "circuit breakers" the government has initiated have forced all restaurants to cease dine-in service.
Many will continue to offer dishes for takeaway but some have chosen close completely. It will likely get tougher before it gets better, but thankfully, our community of dedicated F&B professionals are not simply going to settle with waiting it out. More are in fact introducing innovative ways to bring the restaurant experience—or at least a taste of it—to the customer's home.
Here's a quick look at offers you can take advantage of right now.
*We will be updating this list regularly, so be sure to return for the latest list.
Islandwide delivery and pick-up
The restaurant's specialities, including antipasti, mains, artisanal pizzas and homemade pastas, are now available for delivery and pick-up. For pizzas, you can't go wrong with the classic margherita DOP, topped with buffalo mozzarella, San Marzano tomatoes and basil, and the signature brocollini, pancetta, pumpkin and smoked mozzarella. There's a range of delicious pastas as well, such as the slightly spicy penne arrabbiata and the spaghetti pomodoro.
Violet Oon Singapore
Nyonya Petit Feast Delivery
Staying home doesn’t have to mean you can't splurge a little. And if you're craving authentic Peranakan fare, the sort you enjoy at Violet Oon, note that they just launched their Petit Feast service that includes island-wide delivery.
The offering was inspired by the Tok Panjang traditional feast that's often celebrated in Peranakan households. Choose from three menus, comprising signature dishes, such as dry laksa, babi pong tay, chap chye and beef rendang. These are prepared fresh upon order and delivered right to your home or office. For same-day delivery, customers are advised to place orders before 10.30am (lunch) and 4pm (dinner). One set is enough for four to six people.
Brasserie favourites for takeaway
As the chef-owner of an independent restaurant, Frederic Collin understands first-hand the repercussions of covid-19 on small businesses. Which is why he introduced the takeaway option, so you don’t need to leave the comfort of your home to enjoy the joie de vivre of Parisian dining.
Choose from a repertoire of dishes from the dine-in menu, made with recipes passed down from his grandfather—from the baked pork terrine with duck liver to the steak frites with béarnaise sauce and fries. If you're picking up your order, you’ll enjoy 10 per cent off your total bill. Bulk orders are also welcome, just inform the restaurant of your preferred pick-up time in advance.
Salted & Hung
Meaty favourites for pick-up
Fans of this restaurant will be glad to know that selected dishes from the a la carte menu are now available for pick-up. All you need to do is order at least an hour in advance, so the kitchen team has enough time to whip up your lunch or dinner.
There's a lot to savour from the menu, divided into different sections: charcuterie, small plates, josper-cooked dishes, sides and desserts. Stand-outs include the indulgent Wagyu pastrami sandwich with mustard and pickles, and lamb char siew from the josper section. From the small plates, you can have salt and pepper tripe and kangaroo meat accompanied by beetroot and celeriac. Same-day orders are available for pick-up only, but will soon be available for island-wide delivery. Stay tuned.
Le Poulet Rôti
Granted the best dishes are best savoured at the restaurant. But this isn’t stopping one of Singapore’s most celebrated destinations for fine French fare from offering “a simple luxury to enjoy in the comfort of your home”. We’re talking about an entire free-range French chicken, prepared and oven-roasted by Chef Sebastien Lepinoy, that comes with chicken jus and a side of white asparagus from Provence. Available for a limited time, exclusively for takeaway.
Alma by Juan Amador
Takeaway lunchbox sets
Limited to 50 sets per day, these gourmet lunch fixes are a great way to savour a taste of this Michelin-starred restaurant. Available every Tuesday to Thursday, from March 31, the menu features an Angus Beef Burger on Tuesday, a Country Sourdough Sandwich on Wednesday and the classic Rye Sourdough Reuben Sandwich on Thursday. Every order is made with freshly-baked bread from Woodlands Sourdough Bakery, and comes with a side of chips and a salad.
Also worth noting is the fact that 10 per cent of revenue of every order of the lunchbox set will be donated to the National University Hospital, where Chef Haikal Johari was treated following his motorbike accident back in October 2015. What's more, the restaurant has committed to delivering 50 lunchboxes to NUH twice a week, for the period of eight weeks.
Vianney Massot Restaurant
L’Agneau de lait takeaway set
The unique offer features the leg of the exceptional milk-fed lamb from the Pyrenees mountains where it's reared until 15kg in weight. It is slow roasted and served alongside fragrant pilaf rice. The set comes with with a basket of freshly made mini croissant and baguette, and is good for four to five people. You also add to your order an additional tarte aux fraises and a bottle of red wine. A delivery fee applies and advance order of one day is required.
BUILD YOUR OWN ITALIAN FEAST
Curate your four-course meal of coastal Italian faves even while social distancing, and pick from the trattoria’s extensive menu. Antipasti is always important and one option is the humble panzanella, an ensemble of tomatoes, Japanese cucumbers and Spanish onions—topped with crunchy croutons.
Naturally, the feast continues on with pasta, of which you’ve got the pesto tossed with basil leaves, almonds, pine nuts and parmigiana, and Iberico pork. The secondi is rubbed with fermented garlic and a five-spice mix for an intensely juicy finish, complemented with sides of sliced granny smith apples and zesty kale salad.
(Related: 5 Reasons to Visit Caffe Cicheti)
‘Bake Yourself’ Lasagna Trays
Available for pick-up or delivery is the culinary team’s pre-cooked lasagna trays that can feed up to six people. Choose from a variety of freshly-made pastas such as hand-cut tagliatelle and rigatoni, which can be combined with delicious sauces; among which are 24-hour beef ragu, pasta ‘Genovese’ and San Marzano tomato and basil. Make it a complete meal by adding options like salami platter, burrata, and a bottle of wine from the restaurant’s beverage list.
Shangri-la Signatures to go
Staying home but craving Shang Palace's signature delights, such as its barbecued Iberico pork loin that's glazed with honey sauce? Or perhaps you're considering the possibility of swinging by for its wok-fried diced beef fillet with crispy lotus root? Well, not only is a specially curated menu of its best-selling dishes now available for takeaway, a selection of Italian favourites from Waterfall Ristorante Italiano, as well as an international offering from The Line, are now available to go.
What's more, all self pick-up orders are entitled to a 20 per cent discount. Guest can either call 6213 4398 or email email@example.com to place their order; an online link will be available this Saturday (April 4) for guests to place their orders online. Orders are to be collected at Shophouse, so guests will not need to visit the different restaurants to collect their orders. Click here for to see the menus.
Takeaway and delivery specials
If you didn't already know, this award-winning restaurant chain has been offering its specialty modern Putian dishes, such as Fujian Heng Hwa Bee Hoon and its signature sweet and sour pork with lychees at lowered prices for takeaway since February. It's extended delivery menu also boasts nourishing traditional soups like the Bian Rou Soup and Double-boiled Lotus Seed Soup; they are also available as part of individual set meals, paired with either bee hoon, lor me or cabbage rice, via Deliveroo, Foodpanda and Grab.
PUTIEN Kitchener Road | 127 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208514 | 6295 6358
Hot favourites, such as its Steak Sando, pulled-pork sandwich and peri-peri chicken, are now available for self-pick-up or delivery islandwide. Can't decide what to have? There are also set meals for two or 10, which could include steak frites, Jamaican chicken wings, beef marmalade, fennel with orange and burrata, king crab leg, and flat iron steak, with berry tart and chocolate to finish.
Creative Bistro fare to go
While option to have meals delivered to your home will be available soon, fans can have their fix of waffle with chicken liver or ricotta; Japanese eggplant with chickpeas, za'atar and caramelised soy; Iberico pork collar with caramelized fennel and baby turnips; and fish and chips; among other favourites to go. Call the restaurant direct for orders for pick-up.
Peranakan classics for pick-up
Prefer to savour this Michelin-starred Peranakan favourites, such as the tender babi buah keluak made with Borrowdale free-range pork and its Snake River Farm Kurobuta pork neck satay, at home? Simply call to place you order for lunch or dinner. You can even include an order of steamed white rice and a jar of sambal belachan if you want to keep it all fuss-free. Best part is that its "circuit breaker" menu of starters, curries and Chinese wok dishes are priced at only $20 each.
And don't forget that you can also order an 800g block of its famed kueh salat; its rendition of the classic two-tiered Peranakan dessert featuring an aromatic layer of pandan coconut custard atop a bed of fragrant coconut glutinous rice streaked with fresh blue pea flower extract. But note that orders for this must be placed 48 hours in advance.
Bento box deals
Curated specially for fuss-free enjoyment of authentic and reinvented dishes from the Punjab province, customers can choose from a menu of "classic" and "extravaganza" bento box sets. The former includes vegetable and non-veg combo lunch and dinner sets that come with rice, curry, dal and bread. The latter is a a selection of biryani lunch and dinner sets that include chef choice of kebabs and dal. Currently only available for takeaway.
Snack packs and catering packs
Delicious offerings on the à la carte menu, including burgers, beef and pork ribs, as well as sides and salads are now available for islandwide delivery. More than that, the culinary team have curated sharing packs and catering packs if you're ordering for the family.
For the sharing packs, you have "Meals for 2" that comes with two kinds of appetisers and your choices of mains—MeatSmith cheeseburger, chicken sandwich or fried chicken sandwich. Perfect for sharing are the catering packs, with options like Feed the Pack, comprising house-smoked sausage, double-smoked beef ribs and Nashville chicken chop.
Live Twice and Humpback
These establishments under the Jigger & Pony group have combined their offerings in one single takeaway menu. From the bar, you have the team's Japanese-inspired bar snacks: pork katsu sando, chicken karaage, and ebi and corn sando.
These are ideal as appetisers, so you'll have enough space for Humpback's mains such as the crispy pork belly accented with wild berries and pommery mustard sauce, and the bucatini carbonara topped with fried egg, prosciutti ham and trumpet mushrooms. Love your seafood? Order the quintessential lobster roll that comes with a heap of French fries, or the seafood sausage.
Futomaki Deluxe takeaway
It’s another month before we get to dine at chef Kenjiro ‘Hatch’ Hashida’s sushi restaurant. For now, you can satiate your cravings with this newly-launched takeaway sushi rolls, crafted with premium ingredients like seasonal vegetables. For every six rolls ordered, you get one complimentary roll. Available for takeaway.
À la carte dishes for delivery
The culinary team has curated an à la carte menu, comprising mains and desserts that can be delivered to your home. Filling options include beef Wellington, or Australian beef tenderloin coated in mushroom duxelles and wrapped in crisp puff pastry; and cottage pie studded with braised minced beef, tomatoes and peas.
Save space for desserts; if you’re a chocolate lover, you’ll dig the Valrhona chocolate tart. But for something light and citrusy, have the lemon meringue tart.
Ola Cocina Del Mar
Build your own Spanish feast at home with the help of chef Daniel Chavez. His takeaway menu consists of tapas staples such as gazpacho (cold tomato and cucumber soup), patatas bravas as well as crispy calamari and fish, with dried chilli and garlic mayo on the side.
Don’t miss out on the signature paellas, too; Verduras is chock-full of spring vegetables, chickpeas, zucchini and garlic mayo, while Pollo has meaty chunks of marinated chicken, Spanish pork chorizo, zucchini and garlic mayo.
Baos and buns for pick-up and delivery
Popular favourites such as duck katsu sando with yuzu mayo; Peking pork bao with hoisin and cucumber; and warm chilli crab wrapped in mantou buns are now available for takeaway and delivery. Make it a complete meal by tossing in a few mains, with choices like the Butcher Boy bacon and cheeseburger with skinny fries and US beef short rib pastrami.
Central Asian Fare Delivered
The new addition to Singapore’s vibrant dining scene specialises in creative, elevated adaptations of Central Asian foods—a reimagination of The Silk Road’s gastronomic trail via dishes from as far away as Kazakhstan. It is now also offering a humble selection of bentos featuring a taste of its unique menu, available for pick-up or delivery. These plov sets (spiced basmati rice with either a mix of vegetables, chicken or Wagyu beef cheeks) come with creamy hummus mash with fried chickpeas and pickled cucumbers. Consider adding an order of its Kazakhstan-style bread, which is sold with a serving of seaweed butter. Pick-up is only available from its sister restaurant Slated Plum at Suntec City; call or WhatsApp the team to order or make an enquiry.
The Nomads | 70 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 048462 | 6977 7057
Delish Fusion Fare To Go
It seems too good to be true, but this wining local brand championing uniquely inspired cuisine has an entire site dedicated to takeaways and delivery item. The menus found on MorselsDaBao include set lunches and dinners, it’s signature noodle dishes and classics such as charred poached octopus with squid ink pearl rice risotto and salted egg sauce; and Duroc pulled-pork pasta in habanero pesto with sour cream. Even the restaurant’s popular tacos (on Thursdays) can be delivered. You can even add a bottle of wine to your order.
One-Ninety at the Four Seasons
GOURMET TO GO
Enjoy from Chef de cuisine Kamarl John's elegant showcase of fresh market flavours and signature creations in the comfort of home, from his famed salad of avocado and mixed baby cress to the rustic Provencal snapper bouillabaisse; or if you can't decide, have any of its local heirloom recipes, such as the seafood laksa and Iberico sweet and sour pork. There are also flexi two- and three-course menus if you want to make it a complete meal.
Gourmet To Go is available daily from 10.30am until 9.30pm. Orders need to be placed a minimum of two hours in advance of preferred collection/delivery time for processing. Islandwide delivery is available for orders above $250.
Inspired Flavours of Sri Lanka To Go
The launch of Sri Lankan restaurant Kotuwa by award-winning chef Rishi Naleendra (Cloudstreet and Cheek Bistro) is likely delayed until the third quarter of the year, but from Friday onwards foodies can savour a taste of things to come. This is a specially curated menu of rotti and snacks, meat and seafood dishes, curries and sambols. Kottu rotti, for example, is one of Sri Lanka's most loved street dishes featuring chopped up rotti cooked with vegetables and gravy; have it with chicken or meat-free (baby jackfruit and vegetables). There are also beef rolls and crab cutlets (using blue swimmer crab) and malu pan (soft milk bun filled with spiced fish brandade. Speaking of seafood specials, there's are crispy fried calamari tossed in chilli butter and a rich coconut curry of prawns with tamarind. Meatier options choose between a chicken, lamb or "black pork" curry—the lattermost is actually pork braised in blackened Sri Lankan spices. The achcharu of the day is spicy pickled lychee. Daily takeaway or delivery will be available for lunch and dinner (11.30am to 9.30pm) from April 10.
Kotuwa | www.kotuwa.com.sg | 6513 7868 | Whatsapp 8921 2381
Binchōtan-grilled meats and seafood can be savoured anywhere, even at your own home. And executive chef Sam Chin makes sure this is possible with his takeaway menu, available until the circuit breaker measures are lifted on May 4.
Curate your three-course menu, starting with the appetiser of crab salad on toast or the roasted mushroom velouté. For mains, there are six options which include the grilled New Zealand Ora King salmon on a bed of buttered asparagus, poached clams, morel and clam beurre blanc. If you prefer a meat selection, choose the grilled pork rack or the grilled Margaret River lamb rack. Both come with a side of seasonal vegetables.
Vue | Level 19, OUE Bayfront, 50 Collyer Quay, S(049321) | 8879 0923
Executive Chef Taro Takayama’s eponymous has launched a takeaway menu, allowing you to enjoy his specialities at home. The concise menu features hot favourites such as the steamed abalone with sake and Hidaka kelp, and the grilled unagi don showered with homemade soya sauce. The latter is also served with seasonal side dishes and steamed Koshihikari rice. The Kagoshima wagyu don is worth ordering, too; one bowl is filled to the brim with A5 wagyu beef, prepared sukiyaki style, and served with onions, seasonal side dishes, onsen egg and rice.
The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens
We have to wait a month before we get to dine at the restaurant; thankfully the culinary team’s popular dishes can be delivered to your home. Tuck into classics such as the chilli crab spaghettini, cooked in a spicy, sweet and tangy sauce; and the halibut cooked in a flavourful soy and ginger broth, and served with sesame Japanese rice, wakame, and truffle aioli. Even local favourites are part of the delivery menu, including the fried kway teow and the seafood sambal fried rice.
The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens | 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Garden, S(259569) | 8798 018
Modern Barcelona Treats All Day
Not only is this popular Spanish restaurant offering delivery/pick-up deals, the extensive menu covers breakfast, tapas, rice dishes and sandwiches, and a selection of signature mains. Highlights include egg on sourdough toast, Galician-style octopus, Mediterranean squid ink and seafood rice, and roasted spring chicken Catalan-style, which you can choose wash down with a Brewlander Hope Beer and finish with a cheese flan for dessert. Available daily from 8am to 9pm.
Grab and go specials
If you're already missing your favourite meals at the Raffles Singapore's latest additions, note that they are offering takeaway menus from four key outlets. So, whether you're craving gourmet Chinese dishes from by yì by Jereme Leung, authentic North Indian cuisine from Tiffin Room, exquisite hors d’oeuvres from The Grand Lobby or carefully selected cuts of meats from Butcher’s Block, there's a way to get your fix. All you need to remember is to place your order 45 minutes before your desired collection time. Visit the website to view the menus and call 6412 1816 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an enquiry.
Fuss-free French Bistro Fare
This heartland hotspot for unpretentious, quality French food by local boy Anthony Yeoh now delivers islandwide. Just in case you're in the mood for fried Dutch milk-fed veal chop in a panko and thyme crust, or live Tasmanian Spring Bay mussels cooked with a local curry spice blend and tamarind with white wine and cream. It also offers two- and three-course lunch sets where you can have roasted baby eggplants alongside hormone and antibiotic free chicken (brine for 24 hours then roasted and served with herb butter and gravy) and finish with citrus, rosemary and olive oil cake. It's a good tine to pre-order the Wagyu beef bourguignon (serves two to three), which uses the Tajima MBS 8/9 wagyu brisket.
Summer Hill | 106 Clementi Street 12. #01-62 | 6251 5337
Nouri X Appetite
Inventive and playful meals
In collaboration with Restaurant Nouri, Appetite (Ivan Brehm's new multi-concept project) is now offering an inventive menu of meals, drinks and farm-to-table groceries, among other goodies, for takeaway or delivery islandwide, via its online store, The Shop @ Appetite. Aside from Nouri's staple starter of rye sourdough with organic distilled vegetable broth and soft-set nutmeg cheese, there are now new cross-cultural creations such as the beef laap maltagliati served with freshly made pasta in a herb pesto and topped with candied nuts; as well as roast spring chicken with bois boudrin sauce, Japanese tomato and panzanella. For a healthful meat-free alternative, the dudhi kofta with zucchini fritter, turmeric curry and dukkah-crumbed veggies is as flavourful as it gets. And if you love your porridge, have the Kanzuri Congee, paired with kombu and yuzu jelly, and carabinero prawn. Available seven days a week.
Appetite SG | 72 Amoy Street, S(069891) | 8748 7697
Korean Classics and restaurant signatures
Making the most of the opportunity to showcase the kitchen team's broad inspirations, Meta is offering three menus, featuring classic Korean dishes and Meta signature dishes. The latter is a set meal complete with dessert that comprises several notable appetisers, such as cabbage chawanmushi and Jeju abalone, and a choice of either roasted Challans duck or Wagyu beef short rib as the main dish. The former is a comforting assortment that include japchae (stir fried glass noodles with beef and vegetables), cabbage chawanmushi, kimchi soup and potato mayo salad, and for dessert, Dalgona panna cotta. There's even an a la carte menu if you can't decide. Available for pick-up or delivery islandwide.
Delivery and Takeaway signatures
Offering a broad taste if the menu at this inventive modern Indian grill are four set menus, whether you're feeding two or a family of four. Expect to find its well-loved signatures, such as chettinad chicken roti, the crispy pork with sambal aioli and tandoori rack of lamb; there's even a Sri Lankan crab curry rice included in the more indulgent set. If you prefer to pick your own selection, there's the option to choose from the a la carte menu of snacks, sides and main dishes and dessert.
Five-course à la Zén menu
With a few more weeks until the ‘circuit breaker’ measures are lifted, we’re all craving for a taste of fine dining. To tide us over, executive chef Tristin Farmer and his team have curated the five-course à la Zén menu, available for pick-up or delivery. It’s a mouth-watering showcase of signatures like Build Your Own French Toast crowned with Umbrian black truffles; hearty mains of lamb loin Wellington garnished with green asparagus and carrots, and roasted guinea fowl showered with beurre blanc de vin vinaigrette; and more dishes such as gratin potatoes and matcha green tea tiramisu.
Odette At Home
Now you have Odette experience delivered to your home, daily from 11am to 8pm. Launched this week, the specially curated elegant showcase of iconic and seasonal plates include the appetiser of Hokkaido uni ‘Pain Perdu’, or you can choose to start with a salad of heirloom beetroot with burrata, honey and pomegranate. For the mains, the Pithiviers Grande Cuisine (which serves 2) comprises Bresse chicken, pigeon, foie gras and lardo di Colonnata paired with sauce Perigueux, and pommes gourmands and kombu salad on the side. Email your order to email@example.com at least an hour in advance; the whole roasted Poularde de Bresse, though, needs to be pre-ordered at least four hours in advance. All items, including desserts and wines, are also available for takeaway.
V-Dining by V-Zug
Head chef Lee Jing Peng and his team have recently launched their go-to menu, bringing their modern Asian fare to your home via delivery or pick-up. Browse through their extensive array of signature dishes including scallop noodles, featuring an umami-packed tonkatsu broth bobbing with bamboo shoots, black fungus and leeks; braised beef cheek served with aromatic jasmine rice, gochujang (red chilli paste), pickled cabbage, enoki tempura and baby spinach.
Kin at Straits Clan
A Feast Of Singapore Heritage Foods
Launched just this week, diners can now savour the best of local flavours, heritage dishes that have made Kin's Damian D'Silva, who also happens to be Tatler Dining Singapore's Local Champion, the treasured keeper of time-honoured recipes he is today. The Heritage six- and eight-course meals (for two to four and four to six, respectively) includes must-haves such as his Sunday’s Fried Chicken, okra with dried prawn sambal, Aberjaw sambal and buah keluak, as well as a hot favourite of the team, the ayam lemak chilli padi. If you're looking for a tasty lunch fix, there is also a selection of four set meals complete with jasmine rice, achar, a choice of vegetable and a side; the Gulai Meal, for example stars tender beef cheek in a rich 15-spice coconut gravy. Of course, selected signatures, such as buah keluak fried rice and his kueh kosui, are also available a la carte. Follow @restaurantkin.sg for updates on weekly specials.
Kin | 31 Bukit Pasoh Road, S(089845) | 6320 9180
Ideal for families sheltering in place together is the restaurant’s set menus, available for takeaway. Choose the set for four and whet the appetite with soup, of which you have choices like the Szechuan sour and spicy soup, as well as the fish maw soup.
Leave space for mains as there are three more dishes to come. From the seafood section, you can go for the traditional curry fish head or the steamed sliced fish with preserved vegetables. What about meat? You’ve got the all-time favourite crispy roasted pork, braised sliced duck in soya sauce, and soya sauce chicken. Dessert is the ultra-cooling chilled cocktail jelly, with a hint of citrus. Click here to order.
Head chef Taizo Yamada’s delicious Italian fare with a Japanese twist can now be savoured at your own home, now that it’s available for pick-up and delivery. The dishes to look forward to include the pasta creations, which come in a variety of sauces such as arrabiata, bolognese, mentaiko, minced Italian pork pepperoncino, parmigiano and truffle flavour. Mains deserve your attention, too, and Yamada whips up a mean chicken “Cacciatore” stew and braised “cassoeula” pork and cabbage. Call the restaurant to order.
Monte Risaia | 59 Duxton Road, S(089523) | 6970 0067