National Day 2021: The Best Menus For Delivery and Takeaway in Singapore
- Jade RestaurantJade Restaurant
- Blue JasmineBlue Jasmine
- Town RestaurantTown Restaurant
- White RestaurantWhite Restaurant
- The Marmalade PantryThe Marmalade Pantry
- The Lobby LoungeThe Lobby Lounge
- Soup RestaurantSoup Restaurant
- Fat PrinceFat Prince
- W Singapore – Sentosa CoveW Singapore – Sentosa Cove
As we return to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), dining out won’t be possible for Singapore’s 56th birthday
This story was first published on July 26, 2021, and updated on August 2, 2021.
With dine-in restrictions in place until August 18, we will once again be celebrating Singapore’s 59th birthday in the comforts of our homes. It is extremely disappointing given how far we have come along in our fight to beat Covid-19, but we just need to look at the positive side of things and think about the hard work the chefs have put in to plan the best National Day menus for delivery and takeaway.
Let us not forget about the bartenders who have also concocted amazing drinks that you can also enjoy in the comforts of your own home, while watching the National Day parade and programme on TV.
Group executive chef Seow Tzi Qin took cues from Singapore’s multi-cultural background to create gourmet brioche rolls for your National Day festivities. There are four delicious flavours to choose from, including the Indian-inspired spiced makhani meatballs as well as the Chinese-inspired “Kam Heong” garlic pepper garlic brats. The former comprises a blend of chicken, pork and beef meatballs stuffed inside split-open brioche buns and finished with a swipe of spiced tomato butter cream sauce and coriander, while the latter consists of garlic brats sausage mingled with curry leaves, red onions and “Kam Heong” sauce. Available from July 30 to August 31. Order here.
Trust executive chef Leong Chee Yeng to elevate your National Day meal at home with the four-course takeaway set menu that can feed a family of four. It is a feast alright with the signature roasted Peking duck (half) served with all the necessary accompaniments, as well as the stewed Beijing-style pork rib best had with deep-fried mantou to mop up all the delicious flavours. End with the beautifully simmered ee-fu noodles and the crispy diced chicken with spiced shrimp paste. Order here.
Give the festivity some Thai flair with Blue Jasmine’s four-course birthday set, available for takeaway and delivery throughout the month of August. Get the palate started with the silky glass noodle salad dressed in a sweet and tangy sauce and spruced up with tomatoes, peanuts and red onions, before following it up with the Thai coconut chicken soup. Its creamy coconut sauce studded with chicken, oyster mushrooms and Thai aromatics is the perfect opening act to the flavour-packed dry red curry seabass with steamed rice. The fish is extremely tasty as it is marinated in a moreish red curry sauce infused with lemongrass, lime leaf and fresh lime. Order here.
Blue Jasmine | 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park, S(217564) | 6824 8851
In the mood for local food? Chef Zacharie Ong’s family fiesta takeaway set comprises delectable plates of spice-roasted chicken sapit coated in a spicy kicap manis; nasi panggang or fragrant rice wrapped and grilled in banana leaf; and Wagyu beef cheek rendang that’s braised for hours to ensure the meat is fork-tender. Let’s not forget about dessert, and here you have light and delicate ondeh ondeh cake with luscious layers of pandan sponge, gula melaka and coconut. Order here.
The restaurant founded by uncle Tay King Huak is famed for its Sembawang White Beehoon, and you will be able to enjoy this and many more signature dishes at home this National Day. Back due to popular demand is the mala white beehoon, comprising white beehon spiced up with fiery Sichuan peppercorn and tossed with vegetables, prawns and squid. The beauty of the offerings is that it encompasses various cuisines, so you will be able to order the likes of fresh prawns doused in a sweet-spicy chilli crab sauce as well as chicken tikka masala marinated in a mix of yoghurt and Indian spices. Order here.
White Restaurant | 78 Airport Boulevard, B1-245/246 Jewel Changi Airport, S(819666) | 6904 2202
The Marmalade Pantry
What’s a celebration without desserts? That’s where this homegrown bistro comes into the picture. For the whole month of August, the chefs will be serving up local nostalgic cupcake flavours such as gula mekala and ondeh ondeh. Continue the sugar rush with new creations—the Japanese sencha cupcake is infused with green tea and decorated with mascarpone frosting, green tea crumbles and mini white chocolate balls, while the Jaffa Chocolate has all the delicious chocolatey flavours offset by the citron marmalade and orange frosting. Order here.
The Marmalade Pantry | 100 Peck Seah Street, 01-01 Oasia Hotel Downtown, S(079333) | 6385 0741
The Lobby Lounge
Feast on flavours close to home with this Peranakan Takeaway feast, which includes five of the most popular dishes: popiah which you can assemble on your own, fish maw soup, Nyonya chicken curry, babi pong teh, and Nyonya chap chye. After a savoury treat, end the meal on a sweet note with carrot cake. Order here.
To celebrate Singapore’s 56th birthday, the homegrown restaurant will be offering its National Day set from July 27 to August 31. Surprise the family with the signature Samsui ginger chicken best had with the piquant ginger sauce; abalone mushroom broccoli; braised pork dried shrimp served in a whole pumpkin; and the National Day exclusive of Singa Bao, featuring a lion cartoon bao stuffed with a sweet lotus paste. Order here.
Give your home festivities a Middle Eastern twist with Fat Prince’s party bundle for four. It is a good mix of local and signature bites, from the limited-edition coconut pandan cake with kaya to indulgent dishes such as smoked spiced chicken wings coated in barbecue sauce, earth pit oven-roasted Wagyu beef cheeks, and smoked spiced chicken wings served with house-made barbecue sauce and spiced cauliflower dip. Order here.
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove
What better way to celebrate the country’s multitude of cuisines than with W Singapore’s ‘Ro-jiak Brunch’. Crafted by the hotel’s resident culinary maestros—Chinese executive chef Larry Li, executive pastry chef Edwin Leow, sous chef Joe Leong and chef Sonlaki Ashok—the spread is a delicious mix of the best local favourites such as Singapore chilli lobster served with steamed buns, char kway teow, butter chicken, rojak and pork and chicken satay. Order here.