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Restaurant delivery in Singapore: fine-dining at home

Couldn't get a reservation at your favourite restaurant for the past six months? Now you can just get the food delivered.

For gastronomes still trying to make up for lost time during the Circuit Breaker, the current dining restrictions is yet another piece of bad news in a long string of those. Thankfully, most of our favourite restaurants have picked up lessons from the last round of restrictions – and have switched around to takeaway and delivery much faster, with more innovative offerings.

Here’s a roundup of fine-dining restaurants that are bringing the experience into people’s homes.

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    Restaurant Zen

    Restaurant Zen's wildly popular takeaway options are back – this time with several new items. This includes a "bucket" of wonderfully moist, buttermilk-brined spicy fried quail, served with sides like sweet corn-truffle slaw, and housemade pickles. There's also a selection of onigiri stuffed with luxurious combinations like foie gras, unagi, and truffle; and king crab with sea buckthorn. Favourites from the last round of lockdown-induced takeaways are also back: fluffy parker rolls baked with Brillat Savarin and nduja, and sweet cardamom rolls. Look out for the restaurant's weekly specials - which currently includes a decadent construction of cream-filled kombu beignet topped with an ungodly amount of caviar.

    For the grazers, get the Zen gift basket, which comes filled with treats like baked goods, house-made preserves, smoked pork belly, and wine.

    Order online from the Restaurant Zen Oddle page


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