You can still enjoy your favourite hawker fare despite staying home during this circuit breaker period.
Singaporeans love hawker food. Which explains the number of coffeeshops and hawker centres across the country islandwide.
Of course, recent circuit breaker measures mean that most Singaporeans have been asked to stay at home.
Fortunately, delivery services have begun including hawker food in their options – ensuring that we won’t miss our hawker food at all! Several businesses are also sharing their food delivery options through Facebook group, Hawkers United – Dabao 2020.
Here are 10 hawker and kopitiam brands you can ‘patronise’ from the comfort of your home.
Encik Heng is widely recognised as a quaint cafe to grab some coffee and toast, but did you know they also offer a mean plate of chicken rice?
We all know Singaporeans love a plate of fragrant rice, topped with soft and smooth chicken slices accompanied by a mixture of chilli and dark soya sauce.
Despite staying home, we must remember to stay healthy and keep our immune system strong. Take this chance to cleanse your body while you are home!
Try some of Chong Pang Foodstuff’s nourishing soups like their Watercress Pork Ribs Soup, Heat Relief Lotus Root Soup, Stimulate Appetite Pork Soup, and more.
Doused with numerous herbs and spices, you get soups full of flavour and nutrients. Aside from the usual selection, there are vegetable soups, noodles and other side dishes for you to consider.
If you are craving some good old chicken wings, check out Eng Kee Chicken Wings!
Flavourful, crispy and juicy chicken wings are just a few clicks away from being delivered to your doorstep. They also have bee hoon, otah, and other side dishes.
You can either get the set meals or order your own choice of ala carte side dishes.
Find your local zi char favourites at Sum Kee Food with their plethora of traditional Chinese dishes.
They also offer family sets, signature dishes and yummy delicacies, so you can have a feast with your family at an affordable price. (P.S. don’t invite your friends and neighbours over!)
Get the standard sets for a simple family meal, or if you feel like it, you can splurge on the premium and signature family sets starting from $100.
You can get it delivered here.
With almost 40 outlets islandwide, Kimly Dim Sum offers authentic and delectable Chinese delicacies at an affordable price. Treat yourself to a wide range of food without putting a hole in your wallet, because you deserve it.
From breakfast Bak Kwa Paus to lunchtime Century Egg Porridge, Kimly Dim Sum is never short of delicious small bites for any meal of the day.
Is your stomach craving some Hong Kong style cuisine? Try some of the freshly made dishes with a minimum order of $15 from Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun.
They offer three main dishes – chee cheong fun, congee and handmade dumplings – each with a different filling of your choice.
Do note that the delivery fees differ depending on your location.
Located at Amoy Street Food Centre, this Muslim-owned stall’s Korean Mac & Cheese ($9.50), Truffle Mac & Cheese ($10.50) and Ondeh Ondeh Bombshells ($3.50) are sure to make your stomach growl.
Fishball noodles are another staple in Singapore’s hawker fare, and both dry or soup versions are equally enjoyable.
Since its opening in 1946, Ming Fa Fishball has been selling fish balls made with 100 per cent fish meat, and are only made upon order.
You can order the classic bak chor mee and even add on some juicy teochew dumplings or crispy pancakes for side dishes to complete your meal.
If you have yet to try this Michelin-recommended wanton noodles, be sure to do so during this circuit breaker.
They offer plenty of options such as the traditional Wanton Noodle, Dumpling Noodles, Shredded Chicken Noodle with Mushroom, Fried Wanton Noodles, Wanton Hor Fun, Dumpling soup and more.
But if you are looking for something simple, their signature Wanton Mee stands well on its own despite its simple look and flavour.
Lawa Bintang offers halal food that is guaranteed to fill your stomach because of its large portions and delicious taste! Although it is slightly more pricey, their menu includes an exotic selection of food.
Their interesting selections include the Sotong Goreng Nasi Lemak ($7.50), Drumstick Nasi Lemak ($5.50), Grouper Fish Nasi Lemak ($4) or even their Lobster Nasi Lemak ($22).
See how effortless yet delicious your meals can be without having to leave your home? You might even discover a new favourite amongst these recommendations. Happy feasting!
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