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Hawkers in Singapore with delivery options

For days when you’re lazy to da bao

Fabian Loo
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Fabian Loo
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The new 'circuit breaker' measures are in full swing, which means that we can no longer chope a table using a tissue packet at Amoy Food Centre or share a bowl of mala xiang guo at People’s Park Food Centre. But thankfully, we can still get our local street food fix; hawker centres remain open for takeaway – and some even have delivery options. If you'd like to support your favorite hawker, check out this list, or read our story on the ‘Hawkers United - Dabao 2020’ Facebook group where people are banding together to keep Singapore's hawker culture alive.

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  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Yishun

This one's for the lucky chaps living in Yishun and Khatib – famous laksa stall 928 Yishun Laksa delivers. And prices are kept affordable (from $3) and a delivery fee of $5 per location applies – just drop your orders in a WhatsApp text to 9278 8282.

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  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Rochor

If you're planning to eat healthy, Thunder Tree has you covered with its vegan Hakka menu. Vegetables used are sourced from an organic farm and used to make its lei cha and the popular lei cha kolo mee. Beyond the stay home menu, keep a lookout for daily specials on its Facebook page where you can message them to place an order. The delivery fee of $6 goes directly to affected cab drivers and art practitioners to help tide them through this period.

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  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Tanjong Pagar

Kuehs are made using sweet potatoes of different colours at Kueh Ho Jiak. But more than its unique treats, the hawker is also delivering its Qing Ming Blessed Ancestral Vegetarian Meal Set ($63) during the Qing Ming festival period. Head over to its website for the full menu.

  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Geylang

The hawker stall, which earned a spot on the Micheline Bib Gourmand list back in 2016, is best known for its bouncy, handmade fishballs. During this period, it will be selling its signature fishball noodles ($4.70), fishball soup ($4.70), and pre-packed fishballs ($10 for 25 pieces). There is no minimum order, and all delivery fees go directly to the drivers and riders whose jobs have been affected by the situation.

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  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Chinatown

In the day, you'll still find fourth-generation hawker Debbie Yam warming the woks and cooking up modern zi char lunch bowls for takeaway. Island-wide delivery is available, and delivery fees go straight to drivers affected by the circuit breaker measures. On the food front, signatures like the cai po fried rice ($6.50) and mixed hor fun ($7) are available. Check out the menu and ordering instructions here

  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Yishun

The springy, handmade noodles (from $6.80) from this stall at Yishun Park Hawker Centre are available on Deliveroo. The best part? You can throw in a side order of the famous Ah Tan Wings ($5.60) or a Hakka tofu bowl ($8.50) from Ah Lock Tofu. The hawker centre allows you to mix and match from its tasty variety of stalls and check them out together as a single order. Browse the menu here

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  • Restaurants
  • Vegetarian
  • Rochor

This humble vegetarian stall serves a colourful range of juices (no surprises from its name), but most people visit Tracy Juice Culture for another reason – a savoury noodle dish known as Tracy’s Special Udon ($7.80), which comes loaded with mushrooms. The stall's healthy selection of food and juices are available for delivery from its website here, with a minimum order of $7.

  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Raffles Place

Craving something cheesy? Here, the classic macaroni and cheese ($8.50) is made from a special four-cheese blend. But jazzed up versions are also available, like the signature lemak chilli padi ($10.50) that packs a deep, fiery heat. Slide into this mama boy's DMs for orders that come with island-wide delivery. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Bukit Merah

The stall might be called 'Tasty Soup Yong Tau Fu', but its dry version is just as popular. The noodles come tossed in a special, homemade sambal chilli, and the yong tau foo is made fresh daily. Set meals (from $3.80) are available, and come with toppings of tofu puff, tofu, fishballs, and fried beancurd skin served with your choice of noodles. There is no minimum order, and delivery charges (from $6) are calculated by distance. 

Chop Chop Biryani and Meats
  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Raffles Place

The stall, famous for its Chinese-Indian fusion biryani, has a special takeaway menu for this season. Get the pork masala, stewed for 12 hours with tomatoes and spices, as part of the Chop Chop Biryani Set, or try the seafood tom yum mama noodles. There's a minimum order of $15, and delivery fee ranges from $5 to $10 depending on your location. Reach out to the stall on Facebook or Instagram to order.

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  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Kallang

Enjoy a dish of prawn noodles inspired by the Penang prawn variant and Japanese ramen broth at One Prawn Noodle. The stall is headed by Gwyneth Ang who has worked in big-name kitchens like Burnt Ends, Forlino, and Tong Le Private Dining. Now, you can enjoy a bowl of this special prawn noodle via pick-up or through its island-wide delivery.

Makansutra Gluttons Bay
  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • City Hall

This is more than just a touristy hotspot. Local foodie, KF Seetoh – the brains behind Makansutra and well-respected hawker food advocate – hand-picks famous hawkers to cook at this open-air food court. Expect bundle deals from $50 that comes with Hokkien mee, barbecue chicken wings, carrot cake, char kway tiao, and oyster omelette, or another with satay, tahu goreng, chicken murtabak, and mee goreng. Check out the Facebook link below for the full menu and ordering instructions. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Yishun

Nelly's Retro Snacks is a candy shop for both the young and young at heart. You'll find lines of biscuits, sweet treats, and snacks stored in nostalgic biscuit tins to choose from. Browse its extensive collection, which ranges from wafer sticks to tempeh chips, on its Facebook album and drop the owner a DM to place your order. Island-wide delivery begins at $5.

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