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Christmas takeaways 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so we round up the best Christmas takeaway offerings

Japanese garlic butter-glazed turkey ($158)

From Gourmet Carousel at Royal Plaza on Scotts

The roasted turkey is getting a Japanese makeover this Christmas at Gourmet Carousel. Coated in a Japanese-style garlic butter glaze and roasted to perfection, this beauty is definitely going to be the standout dish at your Christmas potluck. Pair it with sides such as fragrant garlic fried rice, marinated minced chicken stuffing with seaweed and Japanese curry vegetables.

Available from November 20 to December 25 (last order is on December 23, 12pm), advanced order of three days required.

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Orchard

Eurasian Christmas pie ($30)

From Folklore

A scrumptious Christmas meal ain’t complete without a good old pie. Experience the taste of traditional Eurasian home cooking with Chef Damian’s Christmas pie. Cut through the golden buttery puff pastry crust and unearth a copious amount of tender chicken, meatballs, pork sausages, potatoes and carrots.

Available from December 4-25, minimum order of four mains and advanced order of five days required.

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Chinatown
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Spanish-style suckling pig ($198)

From Blue Lotus

Searching for a festive centrepiece that's a departure from the standard turkey and ham? Opt for this drool-worthy Spanish-style suckling pig that is lovingly marinated and slow-roasted for 36 hours. The result? A perfectly crisp and succulent pork that's the star dish at any dinner party.

Available from December 1 at Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House, advanced order of three days required.

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Bukit Merah

Around the World in Turkey Days gourmet set ($128)

From Goodwood Park Singapore

The folks at Goodwood Park are putting a creative spin on the classic Christmas turkey with ‘Around the World in Turkey Days’, a deluxe gourmet set with four turkey delights. Inspired by flavours from all around the world, the set includes turkey bulgogi puffs, turkey gyozas, turkey sriracha and a turkey shepherd’s pie – perfect for a cosy party of six.

Available at The Deli from December 1 - 26 (Last order is on December 19, 12pm), advanced order of five days required.

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Marina Bay
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Turkey roulade lo mai kai ($58)

From Baba Chews

If Christmas turkey and lo mai kai had a baby, it would take the form of this turkey roulade dish by Baba Chews. The 1.2kg roll of goodness is stuffed with delightful pieces of dried shrimps, Chinese sausage stuffing and glazed in calamansi soya sauce, easily feeding a table of hungry guests.

Available from December 9 - 25. Early bird 8% discount available from November 11 – December 8. Advanced order of three days required.

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Bukit Timah

Whole tandoori capon with morel briyani ($68)

From Song of India  

Inject some heat into your Christmas gathering with this capon dish created by the only Michelin-starred Indian restaurant in Southeast Asia. The chicken is immersed in a concoction of Indian spices for hours before it's roasted in the tandoor oven and paired with a sweet wine sauce.

Available until December 26, advanced order of three days required.

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Tanjong Pagar
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Peranakan roasted turkey ($168)

From Pan Pacific Singapore 

The favorite bird of the season gets a local twist with Peranakan species. For a complete Peranakan Christmas experience, turmeric rice and pickled vegetables are included with every order.

Available at Pacific Marketplace from November 13 to December 26, advanced order of three days required.

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Marina Bay

Read our guide to Christmas 2017

The ultimate guide to Christmas in Singapore

Never mind the tropics – Christmas is still the most magical time of the year in sunny, snowman-free Singapore. Read on to find out the best events, festive meals, Yuletide desserts and, of course, a gift guide that has ideas for just about everyone. From all of us here at Time Out Singapore, here's to a very merry Christmas!

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By: Time Out Singapore editors

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