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These all-in-one bento boxes are a great option for a quick meal fix

Click through fatigue is real. Scrolling through food delivery apps looking for your next meal can get tedious and repetitive. 

Why not get your lunch or dinner fix with a bento box instead? From appetisers to mains and desserts, these all-in-one meals are a great option for those too tired to decide.

Read on for the full list of restaurants in Singapore that are delivering mouthwatering bento sets straight to your door.


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Cantonese restaurant Yàn is serving up four different types of bento boxes, each perfect for a fuss-free meal at home. Expect a nutritious and flavourful meal with options like the 7-Spiced Fish With Crabmeat Vermicelli Bento and the Signature Roasted Duck & Fried Rice Bento. Hungry for more? The à la carte menu is a showcase of Cantonese fare with noodles, rice, classic roasts, and desserts, and five-course set menus are also available for fancier days at home.

Self-collection and island-wide delivery is available from Yàn from 11 am to 9.30 pm daily. A generous 20 percent discount is extended for all self-collection orders placed directly with the restaurant.

Bangkok might be off the list for now, but you’ll still be able to get your Thai-food fix with the offerings at Blue Jasmine. From your appetisers to your mains and desserts, enjoy a little bit of everything in these well-balanced boxes. Love Pad Thai? The Pad Thai Bento Box comes with a generous portion of prawns, Thai fish cake, little rolls of the Cha-Om fried egg, a fried spring roll and even some Mango Sticky Rice for a sweet finish.

Other options include the Basil Chicken Krapao Set and the Lemongrass Fish Set. The OMN! Basil Kaprao Set and the Heura Red Curry Set are also wonderful vegan options for those with dietary restrictions.

Kingdom of Belgians (KOB), the brainchild of Belgium-born Emmanuel Stroobant, is a casual bistro that opened just this year in January. Stroobant explores his own roots with KOB through a menu of classic Belgium specialities. The four-course Bento Box features a Belgian summer classic, traditional Gray Shrimp, stuffed in a cold tomato; Filet Americain, a steak tartare; a fresh and creamy Potato Salad, and Grandma’s decadent Chocolate Brownie.

No minimum spend is required for residents living in the six condominiums located within the Robertson Quay precinct. Island-wide free delivery is available with a minimum order of S$100.

Virtual Saint Pierre is definitely one for special occasions. Two-Michelin-starred restaurant, Saint Pierre, is bringing guests a full eight-course meal, right in the comfort of their home. From your very own mini cheeseboard to a full set of petit fours, expect nothing but the best from this decadent bento box. Enough said, read here for our full review.

Pre-COVID, crowds couldn’t head to Keong Saik without a stop at Neon Pigeon, one of the area’s most popular izakayas. The establishment’s bento box delivery menu now offers some not-so-guilty options, all of which are packed with edamame hummus, salad, brown rice and a dessert.

What about proteins, you ask? Fret not, choose between a decent selection of goma crusted snapper, Korean fried chicken, braised pork belly, flamed teriyaki tofu, soft shell crab and charcoal-fired rump. Need a drink? Make sure to grab a couple of cocktails or sake bottles to go.

These all-in-one bento boxes are a great option for a quick meal fix

Jocelyn Tan

Senior Writer

Jocelyn Tan is a travel, food and design writer who loves to explore lesser-known cities abroad and chat with locals about their favourite eats in town. When she's not writing, she's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history.


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