Savouring some of the best food in Singapore from the comfort of your own home

by Muslim.Sg 2020-04-30 • 7 min read
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2020-04-30 • 7 min read

With circuit breaker season here to stay for another month, food delivery services have never been more crucial to both F&B businesses and consumers alike. Many eating establishments are already offering a variety of delivery options and promotions, and many more are joining the delivery bandwagon – with some even offering islandwide delivery. I’m super thankful to have so many of my favourite restaurants to choose from this Ramadan, so here’s a list of 5 of my favourite eating establishments that everyone can enjoy eating for iftar, insyaallah. #sharingiscaring


Sinar 608 Malay Seafood

Credit: Sinar 608 Malay Seafood on Facebook


My family and I have been ordering from this humble seafood stall nearly every other week when we visit my grandma’s place in Ang Mo Kio, so I was pleasantly surprised to find out that they offer islandwide delivery now. Favourites include their Thai Style Honey Chicken Wings, Cereal Prawns, and the surprisingly memorable Fried Bee Hoon Singapore Style – and you thought you’d only see “Singapore Fried Noodles” when you’re overseas 😊


Islandwide delivery is available on GrabFood.



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Credit: Nuodle on Instagram


Gone are the days when my family and I needed to head all the way down to the SingPost Centre in Paya Lebar to tuck into a hearty bowl of hand-pulled noodles from Nuodle – they have outlets in Yishun and Tampines now, as well as sister outlets specialising in dumplings, wontons, and rice bowls. While some of their more interesting side dishes like the beef pancakes are not on the delivery menu, my favourite Signature Beef La Mian and Chicken Bean Paste La Mian are still available for my family and I to enjoy during this Ramadan.


Islandwide delivery is available on their website at


Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut 

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Credit: Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut on Instagram


If Ayam Penyet is too mainstream for you, why not give the Bebek Goreng (fried duck) a try? Served with a generous portion of rice, tahu tempe goreng (Fried tofu and fermented soybeans) and their house-made sambal that delivers just the right amount of spicy kick, this is one dish you have to try. They also serve a mean Ayam Bakar if you’re ordering for more 😊


Islandwide delivery is available on GrabFood and


Big Fish Small Fish 

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Credit: Big Fish Small Fish


This is definitely one of my favourite fish and chips shops in Singapore. From the wide variety of fish and flavours that is available (I’m a fan of the spicy Haddock!), to the fresh potato crisps that are super thin and crispy, to the free flow of unique sauces like curry mayo, salted egg and their homemade tartar, what’s not to like? 😊 While you may not be able to enjoy the free flow of unique sauces, this is still a solid option to try if you’re craving fish and chips! 


There are currently many ongoing promotions, from bucket deals to a collaboration menu with sister brand Ah Dong Teh House, so do follow their social media platforms to get updates!


Islandwide delivery is available on GrabFood and at


The Halia

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Credit: The Halia


Fine dining at home with your loved ones has never been easier with The Halia. With an extensive delivery menu, from Chilli Crab Gratin to Blackmore Wagyu Spare Ribs to my favourite Paperbag Oven-baked Halibut Fillet, there’s something for everyone!


Islandwide delivery is available at


Tambuah Mas

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Credit: Tambuah Mas


Special occasions with the family usually warranted a meal at good old Swensen’s, but once in a while, we splurge ourselves with a hearty meal at Indonesian stalwart Tambuah Mas. Serving traditional Indonesian home-style cuisine packed with plenty of familiar flavours, any meal at Tambuah Mas would be a memorable and happy one for the family.


Tambuah Mas is also offering an exclusive Ramadan promotional set for MuslimSG readers, where you get to save up to 30% off!


For the price of only $30, you will get:

  • 1 Choice of Appetizer
    • Tahu Telur – Fried cubed beancurd and eggs topped in spicy-sweet sauce
    • 6 sticks of Satay Chicken/Beef – Skewered chicken/beef chunks charred over open flame
  • 1 Choice of Vegetables
    • Singkong Santan – Tapioca leaves simmered in coconut gravy
    • Sayur Loder – Medley of cabbage, long beans and beancurd in spicy coconut milk
    • Bendi Asam – Ladyfingers in tamarind sauce
  • 1 Choice of Meat
    • Rendang Lembu – Tender braised beef stewed in traditional spice blend and coconut milk
    • Ayam Belado – Crispy fried chicken served with chopped chili and onions
    • Add on $3.50+ for Ayam Goreng Istimewa – Traditional fried chicken accented with crispy golden spice blend
  • Complimentary
    • 2x Steamed Rice
    • 1x Es Chendol – Homemade green bean jelly in coconut milk and palm sugar


Terms & Conditions:

  • Exclusive only for MuslimSG readers - quote “MUSLIMSG” when ordering
  • All orders to be made through calling the Tanglin outlet at 6733 3333
  • Pickup only available at Tanglin outlet
  • Islandwide delivery is available upon request and subject to slot availability, minimum order of $60, and delivery charges
  • No further discount can be applied with any other in-house promotions
  • Promotion available from now till 20th May 2020


Selamat berbuka! 😊



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