Should you pick Deliveroo over foodpanda? In light of Singapore’s ‘circuit breaker’ measures, we’ve put together 5 of the best food delivery services in Singapore.
Singapore has recently extended its ‘circuit breaker’ measures, which means that dining out will not be a possibility for quite some time yet. But, for those getting tired of eating home-cooked meals day after day, we’ve got you covered – here are 5 of the most deliciously convenient food delivery services in Singapore so that you can enjoy your favourite meals right from the safety and comfort of your own home.
Now in its 5th year of operation, Deliveroo has earned its spot as one of the most popular food delivery services in Singapore. With over 6,000 riders and 4,500 restaurant partners, this easy-to-use app offers speedy delivery and a diverse selection of restaurants to satisfy your every craving. Deliveroo riders also offer a 24-hour delivery service, depending on your location and the opening hours of each restaurant. Delivery fees typically range between SGD 3 to SGD 5 with a small order fee of up to SGD 5 for orders under SGD 12. Frequent customers should consider subscribing to Deliveroo’s subscription service for unlimited free deliveries for SGD 14.90 per month.
Since its launch in 2015, foodpanda has amassed over 6,000 restaurants on its platform. Boasting express delivery in under 30 minutes, FoodPanda is the only delivery service that is partnered with Starbucks, meaning that you can get your daily coffee fix anywhere, anytime. Users can also order without signing up for an account, making it all the more convenient, though delivery fees and minimum orders will vary by restaurant. The app also offers additional services such as pandamart (convenience store delivery) and pandanow (24-hour delivery from grocery stores), pretty much eliminating the need to ever leave home again.
Launched in 2018, GrabFood is a newcomer to Singapore’s food delivery network. With no minimum order requirement and the option to track your driver’s location in real-time, GrabFood’s integration with the Grab ride-sharing app makes it convenient to order food, book rides and make payments in one go. GrabFood also allows users to pay in cash, with PayPal, or with GrabPay – you also earn Grab Points with purchases, which can be spent towards other services offered by the app. Delivery fees are around SGD 3 to SGD 5. Users can also schedule food deliveries for up to four days in advance.
It’s no secret that Singapore’s hawker food is one of its greatest assets and, with WhyQ, it’s more accessible than ever. The largest hawker food delivery service in Singapore, WhyQ brings your favourite dishes from over 2000 hawker food stalls right to your doorstep, eliminating the need for you to queue up in blazing heat. With no minimum order requirements and a low delivery fee of SGD 1.50, it’s no wonder that WhyQ has become one of Singapore’s most beloved food delivery services with over 90,000 users. WhyQ also provides corporate catering and meal plan services.
If you’re looking to start a healthy diet, look no further than AMGD. Committed to providing delicious, MSG-free food, this halal-certified brand offers a wide range of freshly prepared vegetarian, keto, fish, meat, and seafood dishes with options to fit every diet. Each meal is also labelled with the number of calories it contains to help you keep track of your daily calorie intake. Prices start from SGD 17 per meal, with a delivery fee ranging from SGD 1.50 to 5, depending on your location. Users can also opt for packages with more meals at a cheaper price.