If there’s one thing we love most about the festive season besides gifting, it would definitely have to be the wide array of food options we can indulge in. Traditional roast turkey with mouthwatering stuffing, mashed potatoes, roast beef, and all the trimmings, you name it. Though celebrations this year might be a little different, with many opting to stay in to celebrate with their loved ones instead of heading out, you can still indulge in all the good Christmas food from the comfort of your home. Ahead, we’ve rounded up a list of Christmas catering menus, deliveries and takeaways that you can dig into this holiday season.
You’ll be spoilt for choice with Taste Gourmet Market’s extensive and absolutely mouthwatering Christmas catalogue – from house-made hams with unusual flavours and sausages to roasted turkeys, charcuterie and cheese platters, succulent seafood and sweets.
Highlights include the Sake Kurobuta Ham (infused with sake), Slow-cooked Peppery Beef Pastrami and Roasted Beef Ribeye with Homemade Herbs Mustard with Shallot & Thyme. A returning favourite is the Guinness Beef Sausage, which comes with a deep and unique flavour. Can’t decide? Check out the set menus instead, loaded with the likes of sausages, hams, turkey, pastrami, roasted lamb, beef and more.
Or amp up your feast with a selection of fresh seafood, from sashimi to juicy oysters. There are also sushi and sashimi platters for Japanese food lovers.
From now till Dec 8, get a Early Bird special at 15 per cent off. Free delivery is also available with a minimum purchase of $150.
Apart from roasts and pasta, Dolcetto By Basilico has three festive platters, Natale and Santo Stefano, available for delivery and takeaway this year.
Perfect for anywhere from four to 10 persons, you can tuck into selections of antipasti, traditional handmade pasta and exquisite desserts from the gourmet pasticceria.
Order at least 72 hours in advance.
For orders, please call +65 6725 3244, email dolcetto@website for more information.or visit its
Apart from its festive menus at Botanico and Bee’s Knees, The Garage has a Christmas Delivery Menu with an irresistible array of dishes: Palermo Pepper, Sucrine Lettuce, Brussel Sprouts, Turkey Bacon Roulade, “Chicken Rice” Couscous and a decadent Chocolate Merlot Cake.
Accompany your meal with the Berry Christmas Cocktail that’s specially created for takeaway or wines such as a sparkling Spanish cava from Castellblanc and Sauvignon Blanc from Lawson’s winery in New Zealand – all delivered right to your doorstep.
The menu is priced at $98+ for two, and $168+ for three to four persons (portions will be increased accordingly, with a second dessert course included –a panettone studded with dried fruit, and served with a housemade miso caramel.
Have a luxurious European-style feast delivered to your home with contemporary European restaurant Tablescape’s eight-course Festive Takeaway. It’s a personal concoction of Executive Chef Armando Aristarco who wanted to convey the warm feelings of love and happiness in past Christmas gatherings with friends and family. Dig into cold cuts, foie gras on house-baked brioche, oven-baked line-caught fish, and charcoal-roasted chicken as well as artisanal panettone from Italy.
Tablescape’s Festive Takeaway Set is available for pre-order on its e-shop for pick-up or delivery from Dec 4 to Jan 23, 2020.
For a value-for-money spread, it’s hard to beat Cold Storage’s Christmas catalogue. It has three Christmas packages this year, starting from $89.95 for eight to 10 persons, including a halal option. Choose from a turkey and cheese platter set, or go for the . The halal package has roasted chicken, turkey ham, ribeye roast beef and chicken sausages.
You can also order a la carte items like entrees, seafood, beef wellington, lasagne, shepherd’s pie and dessert.
Collect from your store of choice or opt for delivery (delivery available only for selected items).
Halal-certified bakery chain Delifrance has put together a rather indulgent line-up to celebrate the joyful season. There’s a classic Rosemary Cranberry Turkey as well as Citrus Herb Chicken, as well as past favourites Chicken Ham Ball, and Stuffed Chicken Meat Loaf.
Of course, Delifrance’s pastries and confectioneries shouldn’t be missed – think French Apple Pie, Chocolate Mousse Pie, and Florentine Crisps. For log cakes, you have a choice of the ever-popular Joy of Delifrance, a Valrhona chocolate log cake, or Mango Passion, with white chocolate mousse and mango-passion cream.
Bundles for five and 10 pax are available for home or office celebrations. Go with the Grandeur Festive Table ($265), which has turkey, chicken lasagna, pizza and the chocolate log cake for a bigger gathering. Or for a cosier celebration of three to five people, get the Splendor Chicken Spread ($128) with chicken, potato gratin and the mango-passion log cake.
Taking inspiration from Asian delights, Goodwood Park Hotel has put an Asian spin on its Yuletide takeaway offerings this year; it’s got a sumptuous Local Christmas Combo ($158nett) too with interesting renditions of Christmas must-haves like ‘Har Cheong’ Turkey, Crispy Char Siew Turkey, and the hotel’s signature D24 Durian Puffs.
Or if traditional flavours are more your cup of tea, there’s the Traditional Christmas Combo ($316nett) that comprises a whole Traditional Christmas Turkey with Stuffing, a whole honey-glazed boneless ham as well as a chocolate log cake.
Available for takeaway with an advance order of five days. The last pre-order date is Dec 19, 2020, at 12pm.
Get the best of Swissbake, Kraftwich, and Zac Butchery all on one platform at online marketplace Portopantry. There are the classic Christmas roasts like turkey, lamb rack and roasted beef ribeye, as well as a new Herb Roasted Chicken with Assorted Sausages and Potatoes.
Complete your Yuletide meal with limited-edition festive savoury bites and sweet treats such as Christmas Pies, Festive Viennoiseries, and Cookies & Cream Swirls.
You can also opt for its Christmas bundles, priced from $198 for The Traditional (with a roasted turkey, turkey ham and a chocolatey logcake) to $368 for The Bon Vivant that’ll line your bellies with roasted turkey, lamb rack, beef ribeye, spiced apple cheesecake and more.
Christmas and tze char might seem an unlikely combination but that’s just what New Ubin Seafood is offering. Serving up festive eats with a local flavour, it’s even got ‘Truly Singaporean’ Tze Char Festive Bundles; local dishes like chicken sambal chincalok, live crabs, and satay are accompanied by an egg foie gras special and Italian panettone.
Traditionalists can even order a House Smoked Turkey, stollen and panettones. Or try the Curry Chicken Pie with a family recipe curry chicken encased in a buttery puff pastry case.
Available for pick-up and island-wide delivery.
This holiday season, 7-Eleven has introduced a festive pre-order programme, which sees cold cuts, desserts, champagne and even family games for a fun night in.
On the Christmas Salami Platter ($19.90), you’ll get Beef Bresaola, a lean dried salted beef, and beef salami. Or go for the Christmas Ham Platter ($16.90) which includes smoked chicken breast ham and beef salami; all are made with premium cuts of meat from Australia and New Zealand.
Need a sweet treat? Get the gooey Goomedo Burnt Cheesecake ($9.90) with a caramelised top that just needs a couple of minutes in the microwave, or the Häagen-Dazs TinyTAN Ice Cream Bites Special Edition ($98), which features animated characters of Korean boy band BTS (perfect for you BTS fans).
Plus, check out its selection of champagne and family games.
How to order? Just head down to your nearest 7-Eleven store for an order chit.