Looking for a hassle free dining experience? Navigating foodpanda is fuss-free: Key in your postal code and the site will aggregate places which are situated nearby.

Prefer to pay by credit card or voucher? No problem, be sure to click “Accept Vouchers” and “Online Payment” and the revised list of eateries will pop up. If your purse strings are tight, you can sort the options by the cost of delivery too. There’s an operator online to assist you with all your queries, so feel free to click the button at the bottom-right corner and chat!

Our pick for sites that allow the use of voucher would undoubtedly be Picotin Express. It’s perfect for office workers who are stuck in their ivory tower punching numbers.

Pizzas are at a reasonable price of SGD 22, which is more than sufficient for a party of 2. Thin-crust Italian pizzas are the way to go, and Picotin’s wood-fired pizzas won’t disappoint. Try out Percheron Pizza which comprises goat cheese and spinach, the piquant goat cheese takes on a twist when paired with Popeye’s favourite spinach.


As for the standard dining option, you can never go wrong with Sakae Sushi. We have sworn by Sakae’s delivery service since its inception. Sashimi is kept fresh by packaging with ice, and the selection on the site is plentiful. From mouthwatering bentos to side dishes such as Chawanmushi, Hotate Mentaiyaki and Softshell Crab you can have a feast.. in front of your TV.

One of our top picks has to be from their ‘Salmon Signatures’, the Salmon Zukushi Set (SGD23.99) with 5 different types of salmon and slabs of succulent salmon sashimi, causes me to reach salmon heaven every time without fail. Feeling adventurous? Be sure to check out their ‘Monthly Sakae Signatures’ – this month’s Crispy Unagi Tosuto (SGD8.99) will simply melt in your mouth.