The most wonderful time of the year is upon us again – Ramadan! We all know the holiest month in Islam as a time of spiritual reflection, but Ramadan is also the time where we count our blessings and be grateful for the things that we have in life.


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More than that, it’s a time where we spend precious time with our family and loved ones – especially during sahur and iftar. Thanks to a variety of food delivery options, like foodpanda, you can easily settle your meals with a simple booking and enjoy a feast at home. So, here’s the only guide you’ll need for 10 awesome eateries which deliver mouth-watering dishes for the perfect iftar gathering 🤗

1. Arnold’s Fried Chicken

We’re sure by now you’d be very familiar with Arnold’s Fried Chicken. Their perfectly battered deep fried chicken is a crowd pleaser and what’s better than savouring it yourself?  Sharing it with your loved ones of course!


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Their Party ($42.30) or Carnival Meal ($62.10) is perfect for sharing depending on the size of your group. You’ll not only get their signature fried chicken, but they also come with fries, coleslaw or mashed potato and buns, plus a bottle of Coca-cola. Looks like your iftar meal is all settled 😉


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Alternatively, you can also get their Arnold’s Spring Chicken Meal for ONLY $12.80. This is the best excuse for sharing as you won’t want to eat a whole chicken alone. The spring chicken is also a great option if you don’t feel like eating a lot, and this is totally relatable during Ramadan. Well, breaking fast with Arnold’s Fried Chicken is one sure way to keep you excited throughout the day!

2. Coba-Coba

This next eatery on our list serves you good ‘ol nasi ambeng and the best part about this traditional Malay dish is that you need to sit down and share a tray of rice with your loved ones. And you’ll be pleased to know that Coba-Coba delivers trays of nasi ambeng right to your doorstep!


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Now you can also have an authentic nasi ambeng meal from the comfort of your own home. Their Classic Set (from $27.90) and Deluxe Set (from $38.90) is enough to feed 4-5 people! It will also keep everyone in your family satisfied as there are more than 10 dishes to accompany your rice. Some of the highlights include beef rendang, sambal goreng and sambal sotong but did you know there are also authentic Padang dishes like ayam kalio and sambal hijau padang? Wow, we’re sure that’s enough to make your mouth water 🤤


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If you’re not such a big eater or having a smaller party, you can also get their nasi lemak sets which start from $4.20. Choose from their Chicken Wing, Fish Fillet and Chicken Sausage or Beef Rendang Set and we’re pretty sure it tastes as good as the nasi ambeng!

3. Streats Hong Kong Café

A halal Hong Kong food feast for iftar? Bet you never knew that was possible! With 7 branches across Singapore, getting Streats Hong Kong Café delivered straight to your home won’t be much of a problem. Now, you can indulge in halal dim sum or have zi char (Chinese home-style dishes) with your family for iftar.


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Imagine sinking your teeth into their appetising dim sum dishes like Molten Salted Egg Yolk Custard Bun ($4.49) or Steamed Chicken and Prawn Siew Mai ($5.14) during iftar – the feeling would be priceless! You could even order dishes like stir-fried chicken/fish, kang kong, sweet and sour chicken/fish and tom yum soup to go with rice.

#HHWT Tip: Make sure you order their all-time favourite dishes – HK Fried XO Noodles and Salted Egg Yolk Pumpkin Fries.


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Even if you’re not a fan of Hong Kong cuisine, Streats has got you covered! There are a variety of other Asian food like Nasi Goreng With Satay, Ayam Penyet and even Phad Thai! If you’re craving for western food, they even have an array of pasta dishes to keep you satisfied. So, rest assured as there’s something for everyone at Streats ☺️

4. Jinjja Chicken

Who’s a fan of Korean food here?🙋‍♀️ Ah, Korean fried chicken, bibimbap, tteokbokki… the list just never ends! We know many of you here love Korean cuisine and if you’ve never thought of breaking fast with a Korean feast, we’ll tell you why you should with Jinjja Chicken.


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If you have a large group to iftar with, we recommend getting the Big Bang Set A ($44.90) or B ($79.90). It includes their signature fried chicken plus Korean sides such as mandu (dumplings) and kimbap (Korean seaweed rice rolls). Wow, looks like everyone will be well-fed!


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If your iftar crew isn’t so big, you could still share Jinjja’s ala carte meals. You could order their JINJJA Wings (from $7.90) and choose from a variety of Korean dishes like Jjajang Myeon (from $7.90), Bibimbap (from $7.90) or Seafood Jjampong (from $10.90) and bam, your Korean food feast is all settled!

5. Penang Culture

Ah, Penang char kway teow, assam laksa, prawn mee… what’s not to love about Penang cuisine? This Ramadan, let Penang’s hawker food come to you when your order from Penang Culture on foodpanda.


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Not only is Penang cuisine yummy, it is also ideal for an iftar gathering, especially with so many types of dishes to choose from their zi char and BBQ seafood sections. Indulge in their Claypot Assam Curry dishes (from $11.72) and complete your meal with their Gold BBQ Platter ($39.54) which has lobsters, stingray and satay!


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How could we forget about their Penang Fried Kway Teow ($10.22) right? With a generous serving of prawns, cockles and eggs, this dish is easily one of Penang’s most popular hawker dishes. This tantalising treat should definitely be on your list if you’re getting your delivery from Penang Culture! If you’re up for something a little fancier, get their Premium Crab Meat and Salted Egg Fried Kway Teow ($17.07) for a burst of flavours which will leave you wanting more 😋

6. Penyet Town

We’ve had Korean, Hong Kong and Penang cuisine on this list, now it’s time for some Indonesian treats! What better way to enjoy Indonesian food than having Ayam Penyet? Penyet Town doesn’t just offer you its crunchy and juicy Ayam Penyet Town ($6.42) but also other varieties of penyet or “smashed” dishes such as Bakso Penyet (beef ball), Ikan Penyet (fish) and Buntut Penyet (oxtail).


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If smashed fried meat isn’t your thing, get the grilled meat versions. With the sweet and yummy marinade plus a slightly charred taste, their Ayam Bakar is a delectable treat you shouldn’t miss. We recommend ordering a few of the fried and grilled options each and then laying it out for everyone to share 🤗


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Add a few other ala carte dishes like their Sup Buntut (Oxtail Soup), beef rendang and Kang Kong and there you have it, a meal to be savoured with your loved ones!

7. Sinar Malay Seafood

When you think of having a big gathering with your family or friends outside, having a feast at a seafood eatery and sharing the dishes always comes to mind. Now, you can have that from the comfort of your own home too with Sinar Malay Seafood!


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Their Salted Egg Prawns ($22.30) are a must-try! Pair it with their Kang Kong Belacan and Tom Yam Seafood Soup ($8.80) and bam, your hearty meal for the iftar gathering is all settled.


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Alternatively, you can also order their wide range of ala carte dishes like Hokkien Mee ($5.10) or Seafood Fried Rice ($5.80). We’re pretty sure having these yummy hawker specialties delivered right to your doorstep is the best way to break fast with your loved ones!

8. Bali Thai

Combining two awesome cuisines, Indonesian and Thai, it’s hard not to love Bali Thai! Whether you’re craving for satay or pad thai, Bali Thai’s got you covered.


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 And we’ve got just the perfect dish for you to share with your loved ones during your iftar gathering – the Mixed BBQ Platter ($58.85). This delectable combination of a whole fish, grilled chicken, grilled cuttlefish, grilled prawns and skewered chicken is a mouth-watering treat you cannot resist. Savour it on its own or with rice, we’re sure you’ll be enjoying it either way 😉


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If you’re looking for a simpler meal, order a couple of their ala carte dishes – perhaps some appetisers and main dishes. We highly recommend getting their Thai Green Papaya Salad ($10.49) or some Ayam Panggang Bali ($8.35) for starters before indulging in their savoury Thai Green Curry (from $13.70) or Beef Rendang ($13.70). This is certainly the best way to enjoy both Indonesian and Thai cuisine!

9. Manhattan Fish Market

Manhattan Fish Market would be your answer to all the seafood cravings you’re going to have during Ramadan. No stranger to Singapore’s food scene, Manhattan is known for their all-time favourite seafood platters. I mean, who wouldn’t enjoy savouring fish, prawns, calamari, mussels and even oysters all on one plate?


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The best part is, Manhattan’s platters are perfect for sharing too, so that’s another item to add to your list of meals for your iftar gatherings. Be sure to get their popular Manhattan Flaming Seafood Platter (from $49.90) and indulge in their Manhattan Flaming Prawns. You can even choose the type of fish fillet you want from Dory, Cherry Snapper or Salmon.


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Did we say you could also enjoy seafood cooked in 5 different ways at Manhattan? With grilled calamari, fried oysters, poached garlic herb mussels, Manhattan Flaming Prawns and your choice of baked fish, Manhattan’s Star Platter (from $49.90) has all the best seafood combined and we’re pretty sure your iftar gang would be pretty pleased with it too! 😛


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If you’re not a fan of their platters, fret not! You can still enjoy other sharing dishes like their Awesome 4some ($84.90) which has 2 Feeesh ‘n Cheeese (fried fish with cheesy chips), 2 Mediterranean Baked Dory and Mac ‘n Cheeese plus coleslaw. Now, we’re pretty sure that’s enough for your whole gang to have a satisfying seafood feast!

10. Pizza Hut

Now who knew you could order Pizza Hut on foodpanda right? Pizza Hut is not new to the food delivery scene in Singapore and there’s nothing quite like a pizza party for iftar!


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If you’re looking for the perfect set meal to share with your iftar gang, look no further. Get their Hut’s Meal for 4 (from $55) which includes your choice of 3 pizzas and 4 soups. You could also get their All-Time Favourites Meal for 2 ($30) which includes a choice of pizza pasta and 2 soups. Mix and match these amazing combos and you’re all set for iftar!


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Better still, you don’t have to pay for delivery fee if your minimum order for Pizza Hut is $12. So, time to go wild with your orders and substitute that delivery charge with some light bites. We recommend getting their Sweet ‘N’ Spicy Drumlets ($9.05) or Honey Roasted Wings ($9.05).

We’re pretty sure by now you’ll already be salivating and setting your sights on a few of the food delivery options that we provided. So, if you’re in charge of planning an iftar gathering this Ramadan, you don’t have to rack your brains thinking of what to eat because we’ve done all the work for you! All you need to do is head to foodpanda and start ordering for that iftar gathering you’ve been planning for 😊

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