We’ve all had those days where we’re either too tired or lazy to head out and get food. Unfortunately for us, those days are when we’re alone which means the possibility of delivery is almost thrown out the window because well, minimum spending ?
But gone are those days now! Deliveroo is doing away with minimum spending*, so there’s no need to wait for a hoard of people to order with you or starve when they don’t ?
*Note: Do note that this only applies to selected areas in Singapore (Jurong East/West, Chua Chu Kang/Bukit Panjang, Woodlands, Yishun, Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang/Punggol, Hougang, Bedok, Tampines/Pasir Ris)! If you’re ordering within the Central Business District area before 6pm, there’s no minimum spend required too ?
Psst..if you’re new to Deliveroo, here’s $4 off your first three orders with the promo code “HHWT2018” (Valid for first time users, till 31 Dec 2018)!
1. Big Fish Small Fish
Big Fish Small Fish (BFSF) is relatively new to the halal scene in Singapore, only gaining Halal certification at the beginning of this year. But don’t underestimate this chain which humble beginnings started at Punggol East Container Park! Its recent (and fast!) expansion just proves one thing – the quality of seafood here is beyond amazing ?
There’s no need to search the ends of Singapore for this gem, as you can easily have it delivered to you fuss-free! Be sure to try their dory, in a light and crispy batter accompanied by a generous amount of freshly sliced potato crisps ($8.35).
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This is perhaps the only halal shop in Singapore that serves you real chips to go with your fish and it’s affordable prices makes your meal all the better ? For those with massive cheese cravings, BFSF’s 8-inch long cheese stick ($5.24 for 2) is your perfect remedy. Bite into the golden brown cheese stick and feel as the cheese oozes into your mouth. Nothing spells bliss quite like this!
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It’s not hard to find halal Thai restaurants in Singapore, but not many can pride themselves on the authentic-ness of their food. GREAThai is one of the rare ones which can though! With chefs reigning from Thailand, there’s no denying how authentic the food here is.
Savour these yummy homemade spring rolls ($10.59) from GREAThai. These might look unassuming but it’s actually pretty filling! Unlike your usual spring rolls filled only with vegetables, the spring rolls here are also packed with some succulent Chicken meat ?
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And yes, a Thai restaurant is definitely not complete without the signature Mango Glutinous Rice! GREAThai takes this sweet treat a notch higher by adding creamy coconut milk. The best part is that you can order this ala carte, because you don’t have to meet any minimum spend*!
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Tempted? There’s no need to hold in those cravings - your authentic yummy Thai cuisine is just a click away! Order here now ?
Ah, Maki-san. This is undoubtedly a crowd favourite and with good reason! It’s here that you can customize your very own sushi at affordable prices. But if there’s one thing that constantly stands between us and Maki-san deliveries, it’s the minimum spending involved. There’s no need for that now with Deliveroo’s no-minimum-spending delivery*?
Which means you can now order the Little San Sushi ($7.90), just for yourself! Try their new Shiok Sambal or Chilli Crab sauce that’ll give your sushi an added kick. Pro tip for those looking for healthier choices – opt for brown rice and the Soy Wrap!
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If a Little San is much too filling for you, perhaps Maki-san’s Tempura Ebi ($7.50) will do the trick. The prawns are coated in a light batter and fried to perfection, making it the perfect snack. Plus, it comes accompanied with a dip of your choice! Choose from Japanese Mayo, Smoky Cheddar Cheese and Salted Egg-straordinaire ?
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Psst…stop yearning and start ordering your Maki-san here now!
4. Penang Culture
The first Penang-themed Halal Restaurant in Singapore is known for its authentic Penang street food that’s both yummy and value-for-money! Some of their more popular dishes include the Penang Assam Laksa ($8.51) and Penang Malay Mee Goreng ($9.58).
The noodles have a tinge of spiciness and is topped with the freshest seafood. There’s no doubt the burst of flavour in your food here will leave you craving for more ?
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We’d say the real steal here is their satay! It’s hard to find halal satay deliveries in Singapore and in the few that are available, you’d usually need to gather a hoard of people to share the order with you as it comes in huge bundles. Well there’s no need for that with Deliveroo ?
Now, you can enjoy your very own plate of chicken (or beef, if you prefer) satay at a mere $7.44 for 6 pieces! Doused in sweet marinate, the chicken satay will make you drool especially when you dip it into some tantalizing peanut sauce.
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Still hesitating on that order? Here’s an extra deal that’ll take the cake! Use promo code “HHWT2018” and enjoy $4 off your first three orders (Valid for first time users, till 31 Dec 2018) ?
5. Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza
The list for affordable eateries would not be complete without Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza. This is probably the first pizza chain which prides itself on offering 2-for-1 deals, even up till now! Quality pizza at super affordable prices? We’re totally up for that!
Be sure to try their signature Singapore Special pizza (25.90 for 2.) We think it’s one of the most unique pizzas out there, and with good reason! Topped with generous amounts of spicy chicken, garlic, capsicum and red chilli, this one’s for those who love their food with a kick of spice. And because your pizzas are 2 for 1, pair the Singapura Special with the all-time-favourite, Hawaiian Classic ?
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Awesome pizzas are not the only thing this chain is known for. Their side orders deserve some spotlight too! From beef baked lasagne ($9) to shepherd’s pie ($7.80), all your cheese-y dreams are about to come true with just a click of the button here ?
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6. Fish Tales
Your western cuisine delight continues at Fish Tales! Their quaint café at *SCAPE might be an awesome place to chill, but nothing quite beats the comfort of your own home. Dig into a Cheesy Affair with Fish Tales as you savour your freshly cooked fish stuffed with cheese both inside and out. At an amazing price of $11.90, we’d say this is quite a steal for both your wallet and tummy ?
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Speaking of fresh seafood, their golden-fried calamari ($5.90) is a must-try! It’s perfect as a side dish or simply as a snack, that comes in small portions but is sure to make your day ?
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It’s time to turn Fish Tales into your very own tale to tell ? Order your plate of fresh seafood here now!
Nothing spells paradise (well, and calories ?) quite like nasi lemak does. And if there’s one place that’s been hailed as serving the best halal nasi lemak in Singapore, it has to be Crave. This chain aims to retain the original, simple taste of nasi lemak – rice made with fragrant coconut cream and pandan leaves while adding a premium touch with their iconic otah-otah and crispy chicken.
If you’re looking for something that’s easy to eat, choose Crave’s Nasi Lemak Chicken Cutlet ($5.90). The fluffy basmati nasi lemak rice is accompanied by juicy boneless chicken.
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Alternatively, try their Nasi Lemak with Chicken Wing ($5.90). Crispy on the outside and succulent on the inside, their fried chicken is flavour-packed with Crave’s secret recipe and marinated overnight! Their sambal is the cherry on top. Made with both Indian and Japanese chillies, the paste is cooked for hours till it achieves the optimal fragrance ?
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Whichever you choose to get, one thing’s for sure – Crave’s Teh Tarik ($2.40) is a must. The special Teh Tarik is specially concocted by Crave’s teh Tarik specialist and yes, it’s pulled just the way you like it ? Order here now!
8. 4fingers Crispy Chicken
There’s no such thing as too much chicken, and 4Fingers is here to prove just that! Delight yourself in their array of finger-licking crispy Korean fried chicken soaked in their addictive Soy Garlic sauce. Or challenge yourself by choosing the Hot sauce. It’s a good thing that Deliveroo has no minimum order delivery*, as now you can simply get a 6-piece chicken wing 4Fingers meal ($9.50) delivered to your doorstep!
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And if volume is what you’re looking for in a meal, the B.F.F ($8.95) is bound to appease you. 4Finger’s best-selling chicken burger is packed with their signature chicken chop complemented with house roasted garlic sauce, and fresh button shrooms. This is one mess of a burger you’d gladly bite into ?
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8 yummy eateries, with awesome prices – all delivered to your doorstep? We bet nothing can quite beat that ? There’s no need to hesitate anymore! Click here, place your order, and sit back as you wait for your food to arrive.
#HHWT Tip: Deliveroo is doing away with their minimum order delivery*, which means you can order anything (and everything ?) you want and have it delivered to you! We’ll put the cherry on top of this deal with a first-timer promo code “HHWT2018”. Enjoy $4 off your first three orders (Valid for first time users, till 31 Dec 2018)!
*Note: Do note that this only applies to orders within Jurong East/West, Chua Chu Kang/Bukit Panjang, Woodlands, Yishun, Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang/Punggol, Hougang, Bedok, Tampines/Pasir Ris! For orders in the Central Business District area before 6pm, there’s no minimum spend required either?
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