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9 SG Eateries & Home Businesses That'll Deliver Your Hari Raya Haji Feast

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Shasha Dania  •  May 13, 2020

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Hari Raya Haji is approaching us soon, which means it's time to start preparing your Raya feast! Since each household can accept 5 visitors a day during this time, a slightly bigger gathering requires a treat of classic dishes such as ayam masak merah, sambal goreng, and rendang. If you don't feel like cooking however, don't worry! Here are 9 eateries and home businesses for your perfect Hari Raya feast. From traditional favourites to unique snacks such as bitterballen, it's time to make the best of your #RayaAtHome. Food delivery has never been easier! 😁

1. Bijan Restaurant

Some of you may recognise Bijan as it's quite well-known! This restaurant and event space located in Geylang Serai serves traditional Malay cuisine, so you know that their Hari Raya menu is bound to impress. 😋 Their special this year consists of Nasi Empit & THE GANG! ($70 nett) which includes Nasi Empit, Beef Rendang, Ayam Goreng Berempah, Sambal Sotong, Sayur Lodeh, Serunding and Begedil. P.S. Islandwide delivery is free! Halal status: Halal-certified Delivery Date: 20 July 2021 Website | Facebook | Instagram

2. Irmaya Wedding Gallery

Credit: Irmaya Wedding Gallery on FacebookIrmaya typically does wedding and event caterings but thisyear, they're offering up your favourite Raya dishes too! Their Hari Raya package ($230) includes ayam masak merah, daging rendang, sambal goreng pengantin, sambal sotong, lauk lodeh, and mini ketupat for an amazing feast. 🤤 They even include serunding!Halal status: Muslim-owned Delivery date: 23 May 2020 (Raya eve), between 4PM-9PM Facebook | Instagram

3. Taste of Lanka

Credit: Taste of Lanka on Facebook Why not try something different this Raya and have a taste of what Muslims in Sri Lanka typically eat? 😁 Taste of Lanka is offering Naladi Seeru sets this year that you can enjoy with the whole family. Naladi Seeru is a combination of dishes, usually starting with ghee rice and soup followed by dishes such as mutton bone soup, beef curry, fried chicken, and achar! Halal status: Muslim-owned Order period: Ongoing Contact: PM on Facebook or Instagram Facebook | Instagram

4. Regale

Credit: Regale on FacebookThis restaurant at Warren Golf and Country Club usually serves a mix of Western and Malay cuisines but this year they're bringing your favourite Raya dishes to you with their Syawal Package! Dine on rendang daging lembu, sayur lemak lodeh, sambal tumis, sambal sotong kering and more with theirsets for 5 pax ($120 including delivery) or 10 pax ($220 including delivery). 😊 You won't have a lift a finger to enjoy a traditional Raya feast.Halal status: Muslim-owned Delivery date: By 23 May 2020 (Raya eve) Order period: Ongoing but slots subject to availability Contact: Call +65 8339 6792 Facebook | Instagram
5. nekmok.sg
You might have spotted nekmok at Ramadan bazaars in previous years or tried their Nasi Ambeng platters. Now you can order their traditional Raya dishes from the comfort of your home! Choose from dishes such as satay goreng, ayam lemak cekur, ayam masak merah and more, all suitable for 6-8 pax. 😋 Halal status: Muslim-owned Delivery date: 23 May 2020 (Raya eve), between 4PM-7PM Order period: Until 20 May 2020 (12pm), or until full capacity reached Order via: Google form Facebook | Instagram
6. Mdm Hamidah
Credit: Norhidayah Sng on Facebook There's nothing like a home-cooked feast to celebrate Hari Raya, and Mdm Hamidah's hawker stall will definitely satisfy your every craving! 😍 Get a taste of familiar home-cooked delights such as sayur lodeh, sambal tumis sotong kering, rendang lembu, ayam masak merah and more for $110 (5 pax, including delivery) or $2210 (10 pax, including delivery). Halal status:Muslim-owned Delivery date: 23 May 2020 (Raya eve) Order period: Until 15 May 2020 Contact: +65 97586071 Home-based businesses Not in the mood for traditional dishes? Spice up your Raya table with these delicious options from local home-based businesses instead. 😆
7. Manis En Zo
Serving up a delicious fusion of Dutch and Malay dishes, Manis En Zo's signature dish is their bitterballen. Consisting of shredded beef and creamy roux sauce covered with a crunchy, crispy coating, bitterballen are a great option for finger food the whole family will love. They even have a Malay-inspired option consisting of beef rendang! 😋 P.S. The bitterballen come frozen so you can save them for after Raya too! Halal status: Muslim-owned Delivery date: DM on Instagram for enquiries Order period: Ongoing, may be subject to availability Contact: DM on Instagram Instagram
8. Satay Boy
If there's one food we've missed during the Circuit Breaker it's got to be satay! 🤩 With Satayboy's satay delivery however, you can finally fulfill all of your satay cravings. Their satay platters come with chicken, beef, or mutton satay as well as sides like rice cakes, cucumber, and onions. Halal status: Muslim-owned Delivery date: DM on Instagram for enquiries Order period:Ongoing, may be subject toavailabilityContact: Whatsapp +65 8862 9100 Instagram
9. Shodap
Shodap specializes in traditional Malay dishes and nasi ambeng - complete with a homecooked touch! Their Hari Raya 2020 package includes rendang daging, ayam masak merah, sambal udang, sambal goreng pengantin, and lemak lodeh.  Starting at $150 for 6 pax and going up to $230 for 10 pax, it's the perfect option for larger groups and families! P.S. The meal even includes a 1.5L bottle of soft drinks, and you can add on satay goreng at an additional charge! Halal status: Muslim-owned Delivery date: 23 May 2020 (Raya eve), between 8PM-11PM or 24 May 2020 (Hari Raya), between 8AM-12PM Order period: Ongoing, subject to availability of delivery slots Contact: Whatsapp +65 9852 9041 Facebook | Instagram Whether you're ordering in or cooking your own Raya feast, we hope you'll end the month of Ramadan on a high note by treating yourself to some delicious dishes! 😋