Pamper yourself with the elegance of a Michelin-starred dining experience at home!
Tired of whipping up your own lavish meals at home? Tuck into delivery options from these stellar restaurants listed in the Michelin Guide Singapore 2019. With the utmost attention to preparation and plating, these culinary institutions deliver luxurious meals right to your doorstep.
1. Basque Kitchen by Aitor
Chef-owner of Basque Kitchen by Aitor, Aitor Jeronimo Orive serves up a tantalising slice of the rich culture of Basque Country in every dish. Previously a stranger to Singapore’s culinary landscape, the contemporary Spanish cuisine prepared by this restaurant was quickly recognised, winning this establishment its first Michelin star just shy of its first anniversary.
Excite your palate with the restaurant’s Croquetas De Bayonne Ham, dressed in the colours of the Basque flag. Made with Bayonne ham, these creamy mouthfuls go perfectly with Espelette aioli, a spicy garlic, salt, and olive oil sauce piped atop each golden brown croqueta.
Place your order at basquekitchenbyaitor.oddle.me/en_SG at least an hour in advance from 11.30am to 9pm daily. Delivery is free with a minimum spend of $100, and a minimum spend of $50 comes with a complementary slice of Signature Basque Cheesecake.
Béni by Kenji Yamanaka needs no introduction. Since opening in 2015, taking a little break in between for a move after clinching a Michelin star, it has regulars coming back for impeccably plated Japanese-inspired French cuisine. Made with only the best Japanese produce, chef Yamanaka’s culinary creations celebrate the four seasons in aesthetics as well as taste.
This classic French stew, the Pot Au Feu, is pork belly and organic chicken slow-cooked with fresh seasonal vegetables. Complemented with a side of sea salt and white roasted peppers, the clear broth will be sure to warm you up especially on a rainy day.
Place your order for the six-course set menu by calling +65 91593177 between 12pm to 6pm (last order at 5pm) from Wednesday to Sunday. Delivery is free with a minimum order of 4 sets. For more information, visit beni-sg.com.
3. Candlenut Kitchen
As the world’s first Peranakan restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star, Malcolm Lee does a spectacular job at elevating typically home-cooked fare with a few contemporary twists. From moreish pork satay charred on the grill to a Buah Keluak Tart, Candlenut more than just satiates your craving for comforting grub.
A cherished heirloom recipe of chef-owner Malcolm Lee’s great grandfather, the Yeye Chicken Curry comes with locally farmed chicken, kaffir lime leaf and green banana that are cooked in white coconut curry. With thin slices of galangal, green chili padi and white peppercorns blended into a fine paste for its curry base, this is a Candlenut classic that you can now enjoy at home.
Place your order by calling +65 81210176 between 10.30am to 9pm daily, including public holidays. Lunch is available from 11:30am to 4pm (last order at 3pm) and dinner from 4:30pm to 10pm (last order at 9pm). For more information, visit comodempsey.sg/restaurant/candlenut.
4. Miss Vanda by Labyrinth
Launched this month, Miss Vanda by Labyrinth is a spin-off chef-owner LG Han’s one Michelin-starred Mod-Sin restaurant. An extension of his dedication to the authenticity of local cuisine, in flavour and techniques, the delivery platform intends to offer “a consistent level of quality Singaporean street food across all dishes under one roof”.
His Michelin-standard Singaporean street food is already proving to be a hit with local celebrities and critics. Some of the goodies include Boneless Har Cheong Chicken Wings that are painstakingly marinated for 24 hours and rolled in a batter of har cheong (prawn paste). Han also puts up his dish of the week for a discounted price, along with rice/noodle bowls to share, weekly set menus and homemade spreads.
Place your order at missvanda.sg between 12pm to 2.30pm for lunch and 6pm to 9.30pm for dinner. Delivery will take 90 minutes island-wide and is free with a minimum spend of $50. Alternatively, you can pick-up from Restaurant Labyrinth directly.
5. Les Amis
Les Amis is one of the two restaurants in Singapore to be awarded three Michelin stars in 2019, a testament to the establishment’s French fare. They’ve come up with a multi-course takeaway menu with entrees, mains and soups including a seasonal Blue Lobster Salad (available from 12 to 14 June).
Dig into a savoury sweet dish of veal Pâté-En-Croûte adorned with foie gras, pistachio and truffle. Priced at $50, this French classic consists of a pie or loaf baked in a pastry with jelly on top that will be sure to whet your appetite.
You may not be able to get the full Les Amis experience but you can buy some time with their succinct takeaway menu. Options include a platter of three, five or seven cheeses, foie gras terrine dry-aged for 21 days with house-made sourdough.
Place your order via email to email@example.com or WhatsApp +65 96717853. Pick-up from the restaurant or opt for delivery for a fee of $25. For more information, visit lesamis.com.sg/home-delivery-self-collection.
Helmed by chef-founder Sun Kim, Meta earned its first Michelin star in 2017 and has retained the award for three consecutive years. Combining his Korean heritage, Japanese cooking techniques and Western culinary training, his dishes are a contemporary marriage of East meets West.
Their Wagyu Don Set is a four-course meal for one; a bowl of wagyu short rib don comes with chawanmushi, imperial abalone salad and banana chocolate millefeuille. It’s one of the two don sets (the other being the Iberico Pork Set) that make up Meta’s Signatures menu in addition to the Korean Menu, a course of five small plates. There’s also the a la carte menu and the occasional Staff Takeover Menu.
Place your order at metarestaurant.sg/menu, call +65 6513 0898 or WhatsApp +65 9750 8275 between 11.30am to 9pm from Tuesday to Sunday. Delivery costs $10 or is free with a minimum spend of $100.
Odette, awarded three Michelin stars in 2019, was named after chef-owner Julien Royer’s late grandmother. With notable mentions in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants and Les Grandes Tables du Mondes, this restaurant has truly cemented its status as the darling of the country’s fine dining scene.
Check out the restaurant’s wide variety of Les Plats de Resistance which boasts dishes made with ingredients that have the esteemed Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée French certification such as the Poularde de Bresse.
Apart from offering some of its classics such as the Heirloom Beetroot Collection, a cheery showcase of beetroot in different forms, Royer reimagines dishes by other three Michelin-starred chefs under ‘Inspiration’. A more socially acceptable way to travel these days, the Abalone inspired by chef Dominique Crenn might be enough to jog your memories of San Francisco.
If you and your family are more of breakfast people, get the Rise and Shine set (available from 8.30am to 11.30am daily) for the full works. It comes with four pains au chocolat, four croissants, two baguettes, a brioche loaf, blueberry jam, butter, organic granola, yoghurt and fruit juices.
Place your order at odette.oddle.me/en_SG or email firstname.lastname@example.org between 11am to 8pm daily. Order at least two hours in advance or four hours prior for the Whole Roasted Poularde de Bresse.
8. Restaurant Zén
As the offspring of Frantzén, the only three-Michelin-starred restaurant in Sweden, Restaurant Zén inherits this Swedish gastronomic icon’s culinary expertise, serving dishes that have garnered it two Michelin stars. Led by chef-owner Björn Frantzén, the establishment is known for its careful blend of Japanese, French and Nordic cuisine.
Perfecting the art of putting together a hamper you’ll never forget, Restaurant Zén’s Gift Baskets are a spread of sauces and jams, cheeses, accoutrements and pastries. There’s a more modest Pastry Basket or a DIY option.
On the a la carte menu are mainstays such as the Manjimup Marron, a succulent piece of crayfish poached in court bouillon. But the array of cheeses and sweets might win you over first with promises of a Sea Buckthorn Tart with charred meringue and Maple Glazed Donuts.
Place your order two hours in advance at restaurantzen.oddle.me/en_SG, call +65 65348880 or WhatsApp +65 92366368 between 12pm to 9.30pm from Monday to Sunday. A minimum order of $150 is required for delivery but does not apply for pick-ups.
9. Summer Pavilion
Summer Pavilion at the Ritz-Carlton is our go-to for exquisite dim sum and authentic Cantonese cuisine. Awarded a Michelin star for its fourth consecutive year, this restaurant plates the colours of summer in every dish.
The restaurant has kept only three types of steamed dim sum on the takeaway menu: Steamed Prawn Dumplings with Bamboo Shoot, Deep-fried Lobster Rolls and Barbecued Pork buns. Thankfully, there’s a wider selection of mains to choose from including their signature Poached Rice with Lobster Meat.
Place your order at least one hour in advance on Chope or Grabfood at bit.ly/RC-takeawaymenu between 11am to 9pm daily.
A complimentary pairing of Italian and Japanese cuisine, Terra combines the best ingredients from Japan with the simplicity of Italian food. Chef Seita Nakahara gives dishes such as spaghetti and risotto the Midas touch with seasonal catch and produce from various prefectures around his home country.
Nakahara now offers his Homemade Bottarga that is cured in-house as well as brined Japanese olives for aspiring home chefs. There’re also fool-proof DIY kits to recreate Sea Urchin Pasta or Giant Oyster Gratin, dishes best enjoyed when prepared on the spot.
On the a la carte menu are steaks, pasta and ham to recreate the Terra experience at home. Better yet, leave it up to the chef and avoid the kitchen completely with the Omakase Box, a bento of an appetizer, pasta and main.
Place your orders at least two hours in advance at terraseita.com or WhatsApp at +65 97512145 between 11.30am to 8.30pm. Delivery is free with a minimum spend of $150.