Staying home might cause your stomach to yearn for a break in the daily feeding plan. Have a look through our gratifying food picks that will bring the joy of succulent meals straight to you.
Quentin’s The Eurasian Restaurant
Eurasian Community House Level 1
139 Ceylon Road
If you’re tired of making meals but still crave heritage gastronomy at home, try ordering takeouts from Quentin’s. Helmed by “Skinny Chef” Quentin Pereira, who picked up the culinary arts from his grandparents, the restaurant offers some of the most comprehensive dishes in Eurasian cuisine, including babi pongteh (nonya braised pork), fish curry moolie (fillet fish in thick coconut based curry), stir-fried rice with keluak paste and prawns, and pasteis de bacalhau, a Portuguese fried dish comprising dried codfish, potatoes, chopped parsley, cilantro and onions whipped with eggs.
Alternatively, pick from a selection of six Eurasian bento sets comprising dishes such as curry devil chicken, prawn bostador, pot roast beef, fried okra, sambal belachan and chap chye. There’s even a vegetarian bento for vegans: stir-fried French beans, fried spring onions with tofu and okra fried rice. Dessert lovers can also order Quentin’s signature sugee cake.
Ah B Cafe
110 Turf Club Road
Now you can order your favourite dishes as well as your dog’s favourite treats from Ah B Café (ABC), one of the largest pet-friendly cafes in Singapore. The café, which has indoor and outdoor seating, is perfect for an afternoon or evening sojourn where you can take your family and beloved dogs for coffee or a meal.
With more Singaporeans practising social distancing and staying at home, the café has seen a spike in takeout orders. Some of the top favourites from ABC include Hokkaido baby lobster salad, kurobuta Japanese black pork ramen, takoyaki balls, tamago mentayaki eggs and gyoza dumplings, among others. The café, which doubles as a dog café with dog boarding, grooming and training services, also has treats for man’s best friend such as its dog bentos as well as customised dog cakes, including its ever popular “Barkday cake”.