6 Yummy Takeaway Menus We Love!

Enjoy these hearty meals without the kitchen mess.

By Kelvin Low        22 February 2021

“Yummy food is the way to the heart”, as the saying goes. Apart from just satisfying hunger, it is also a great way to enjoy time together and is a great tool for bonding sessions.

Family meals need not be a hassle to plan or prepare for. Time to feast on these fresh flavours from outlets offering delivery and takeaway options. This list encompasses a variety of cuisines to whet any appetite!

(L-R): Prawns with Chinese Celery Sauce, Stewed Pork Ribs with Yam & Shiitake Mushrooms

Dian Xiao Er

Various Locations

The restaurant has rolled out its new menu in all 13 outlets. One of the new star dishes is the Stewed Pork Ribs with Yam & Shiitake Mushrooms. It was introduced alongside the Prawns with Chinese Celery Sauce and Crispy Otah Charcoal Dough Fritters dishes.

These new dishes showcase the brand’s knack for its unique interpretation of authentic Chinese cuisine. The Stewed Pork Ribs with Yam & Shiitake Mushrooms is a stew of fork-tender pork ribs accompanied with yam and juicy Shiitake mushrooms.

Seafood lovers ought to try the new Prawns with Chinese Celery Sauce. Juicy prawns are dressed in Chinese celery sauce for a distinctive taste. Last but not least, the Crispy Otah Charcoal Dough Fritters are tasty morsels of otah nestled in charcoal dough fritters, perfect for diners looking for a spicy starter.

(L-R): Crab Soba, R.H.C.P Mazesoba


Various Locations

The world’s first Michelin-starred ramen restaurant has introduced its first Crab Soba, R.H.C.P Mazesoba, new sides, and improved recipes for signature items such as its Shoyu Soba and Shio Soba.

Touted as the top pick, the Crab Soba with Premium Char Siu and Crab Shell is filled with Japanese snow crab meat that has been seasoned and flame torched. The soba also features Iberico pork belly and Kurobuta pork loin, as well as broth which has been boiled with fresh mud crabs for hours.

R.H.C.P Mazesoba is a take on Japanese favourite, Hamburg (hamburger steak). It is made with maze soba where thick chewy noodles, drenched in house-made tomato sauce, are served with a generous amount of minced beef and drizzled with house-made cheese sauce.

Cicheti now offers a new seafood range, including the Red Snapper Livornes.


52 Kandahar Street

The Neapolitan pizza is just one of the revamped items on Cicheti’s new menu. Appetisers include the new Zuppa di Cozze e N’duja, sauteed mussels in spicy tomato and white wine sauce.

For mains, ask for the off-menu special Sicilian-inspired Napoletana, circled with dollops of creamy stracciatella, each embedded with its own sliver of white anchovy marinated in chilli flakes and lemon zest.

The “secondi” (second course) menu sees new seafood options, Red Snapper Livornes with firm-fleshed fillet from the Tuscan seaport town of Livorno, served with flavours of the Mediterranean like taggiasca olives, capers, lemon and a spicy tomato sauce. The next new entry, the Zuppa de Pesc, an Italian expression of “bounty of the sea”, is a seafood-of-the-day serving in fragrant tomato-based stew.

Thai-Indonesian cuisine in a Japanese meal format: Meet the Phad Thai Bento.

Bali Thai

Various Locations

Bali Thai has been serving its unique Thai and Indonesian fusion cuisine since 1993. More recently, they have introduced a new range of meals-to-go in Japanese-styled bento sets.

Available in five variants, the pick would be the Phad Thai Bento, which has the chain’s signature Phad Thai with Stuffed Chicken Wings, with sides being the Thai Fish Cake and mango salad. If you are in the mood for rice, they offer the Fragrant Rice with Chicken Basil Leaves, as well as the XO Fried Rice with Chicken Wings sets with the same sides.

The last two bento sets feature fragrant pineapple rice. The Green Curry with Satay bento is served with Thai Green Curry Chicken, satay chicken and spring rolls. A vegetarian-friendly option is served with Sweet & Sour Tofu, spring rolls, vegetarian mango salad, mixed vegetables and topped with cashew nuts.

KL Hokkien Mee, also known as Char Mee, is very different from Singapore’s Hokkien Mee.


Various Locations

Hailing from Kuala Lumpur (KL), the PappaRich chain offers a more inviting restaurant environment for one to tuck into the many famous KL street foods. Recently, they have announced a new menu at the Waterway Point and Parkway Parade outlets.

Hainan Bread, steamed, not toasted! Staying true to a 70-year recipe, the bread stays soft and fluffy even after steaming. Next up would be the flourless fried chicken, as part of their Nasi Lemak dish. Using a new recipe from the original maker, it is said that the original recipe owner has joined PappaRich to help with the chicken’s marination process.

Assam Fish Head is a new item as well. It is slightly sour, a little sweet, and popular among families as a sharing dish. Finally, the evergreen KL Hokkien Mee, featuring noodles braised in chicken stock for an even coating of thick savoury sauce, is now available with additional big juicy prawns.

Fancy a double scoop gelato for a weekend sweet treat? You will still need over a year to taste all the 180+ flavours.

Tom’s Palette

51 Middle Road #01-01 Singapore 188959

With over 180 flavours that are continually on rotation, the shop is known for creative gelato flavours like Chee Cheong Fan, Nasi Lemak, and White Chocolate Nori. It aims to release at least one new flavour a month.

With 27 classic and adventurous flavours available a day, the only way to stay updated is to check their social media pages for the next surprise flavour, and the weekly roster for the sweet treat.

Six favourites are always available: Dark Chocolate Sorbet, Granny’s Favourite, Rum & Raisin, Salted Caramel Cheesecake, Salted Egg Yolk and Yuzu. There are no stabilisers added, and they do not use premixes or artificial flavouring.

What’s your favourite takeaway menu to order? Share them with us at magnsman@sph.com.sg!