Phase Two is in full swing.

Yet, staying-in is still part of the new normal for many of us, and dining establishments are constantly refreshing their delivery food options to keep us satisfied right in the comfort of our home.

This week, we’re seeing a whole range of dishes: from mouthwatering grain bowls to decadent desserts and fuss-free bundle packs, you’ll never go hungry with these options.

Bakes by Beach Road Kitchen

Bakes by Beach Road Kitchen
From Left to Right: Date Bavarois, Nasi Lemak Tart and Peanut Praline Cheesecake (Image credit: Bakes by Beach Road Kitchen)

JW Marriott Singapore South Beach has just launched Bakes by Beach Road Kitchen, a new concept that features locally inspired desserts handcrafted to perfection.

Looking for something refreshing? The Date Bavarois is soft, custardy and naturally sweet, complete with a thin layer of lime jelly in the centre helps to cut through the honeyed flavour. If you’re one for something different, try the Nasi Lemak Tart, a unique take on the iconic dish that comes in the form of an aromatic coconut ganache and a spicy sambal base.

Order here.

Green Monday x Pizza Express

Pizza Express
Heura Pollo Forza (Image credit: Pizza Express)

Whether you like it or not, plant-based meat options are here to stay. Green Monday, an award-winning social venture firm that advocates plant-based eating and environmental protection, is collaborating with Pizza Express to launch the brand new Heura Pollo Forza pizza.

A plant-based spin on the pizzeria’s signature hot chilli chicken classic, the spicy option is littered with chunks of smoky Heura, a plant-based chicken-substitute and paired with a spicy medley of roasted peppers and sliced jalapenos.

The Heura Pollo Forza is available from now till early September. Order here.

Tablescape

Tablescape
Fraisier Diplomat Cake (Image credit: Tablescape)

The decadent dessert trolley at Tablescape has always been a big part of the restaurant, but if you’re not up for dining outside your home just yet, don’t fret. They’re bringing some of their glorious sweet treats to your doorstep.

From the invigorating Fraisier Diplomat Cake, to the decadent Sacher Torte Cake and the stunning Almond Raspberry and Lychee Cake, these options are bound to impress for your next celebration at home.

Order here.

Neon Pigeon

Neon Pigeon
(Image credit: @neonpigeonsg via Instagram)

Keong Siak’s beloved izakaya may have closed its physical doors to diners, but they’re set on bringing the party to your home. Neon Pigeon’s House Party boasts an all-star menu with dishes like the Tokyo Hummus with edamame, furikake and curry chips, the Baby Back Pork Ribs coated in a stunning sake barbecue glaze. The House Party package also comes with a bottle of sake, a choice of bottled cocktail for each guest, orange-infused still water and fresh mint-infused sparkling water.

The worst part of any party is cleaning up, but Neon Pigeon’s got you covered. Simply drop the dirty dishes in the boxes provided and they will be picked up the next day. No more fussing over the sink after a night of revelry.

Neon Pigeon House Party is available at $55++ (food-only) or S$98++ per person, for a minimum of five diners. Order here.

Fat Prince

Fat Prince
(Image credit: @fatprincesg via Instagram)

A serving of Fat Prince’s House Party is in order for the ultimate modern Middle Eastern feast. To taste, the menu comprises a selection of mezze like the Cashew Hummus with roasted cashew gremolata, starters like the Adana Beef Tartare with smoked house paste as well as hearty mains like the Ottoman Pork with Turkish coffee.

To set the mood right, this package also comes with pillar candles, candelabras, frankincense oil burners and even a curated Fat Prince playlist. Similar to Neon Pigeon, diners who opt for the Fat Prince House Party can leave their dishes at the door and have them picked up the next day.

Fat Prince House Party is available at $55++ (food-only) or S$98++ per person, for a minimum of five diners. Order here.

Rice Bowl Boys

Rice Bowl Boys
Strip Love Bowl (Image credit: Rice Bowl Boys)

We can’t get enough of grain bowls here in Singapore, and our latest favourite comes from the likes of Rice Bowl Boys. The brainchild of former Jigger & Pony mixologist Josiah Chee and three other friends, Rice Bowl Boys was founded to create mouthwatering grain bowls for the everyday man.

You won’t find your regular, run-of-the-mill options here: base flavours like butter kombu rice and wild mushroom quinoa lay the foundation for even more scrumptious toppings to come. Their signature Strip Love Bowl comes with a generous serving of Smoked Tea Egg, Wild Mushroom Quinoa, Almond Orange Broccoli, medium-rare Striploin slices and a tangy Tropic Thunder Sambal made with roasted mangoes and pineapples.

Order here.

Jocelyn Tan
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Jocelyn Tan is a travel and design writer. She's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history. When she actually gets to travel, you can find her attempting to stuff her entire wardrobe into her luggage. Yes, she's a chronic over-packer.