Stay Home & Take Out: This New Website Curates Singapore’s Favorite Restaurants and Bars

Support the local F&B industry by checking out The Dine In Movement, which offers delivery and takeaway from well-established restaurants like Odette, Neon Pigeon, Burnt Ends, and more.

Photo: Burnt Ends

It’s been two weeks since Singapore implemented “circuit breaker” measures to slow the escalation of COVID-19. These include a ban on dine-in services, with citizens only able to opt for takeaway and delivery from food and beverage outlets that remain open—such as restaurants, hawker centers, coffee shops, food courts, as well as any outlet that has a food license.

Nonetheless, there’s good news for those who miss dining out at their favorite restaurants. Local hospitality group The Dandy Collection has launched a new online platform that features a curation of The Lion City’s favorite restaurants and bars now providing delivery and takeaway.

Photo: Three Buns by Potato Head

Named The Dine In Movement, the nonprofit website aims to support the local F&B scene by featuring a list of restaurants and bars, helping diners sift through specially tailored home dining experiences—from do-it-yourself cocktail kits to customizable set meals. Simply click through the logos of the restaurants or bars to enter these venues’ respective websites where you can place direct orders.

Designed as a means to let like-minded restaurants come together and amplify their voice during the coronavirus pandemic, the site hopes to drive more business and help save jobs in the F&B industry.

Michael Goodman, Co-Founder of The Dandy Collection, said: “The reason we decided to start The Dine In Movement is two-fold. Firstly, we wanted to create a single platform for diners to find options that fit their tastes as well as explore new venues.

“At the same time, we believe that a rising tide raises all ships. By banding together with like-minded operators like this, we are all able to amplify our voices to reach beyond our own customer base,” he added.

Photo: Odette

As of now, the website includes a total of 42 restaurants and bars, with more to be added soon. Featured restaurants include The Dandy Collection’s Fat Prince, Summerlong, and Neon Pigeon, as well as places run by other popular hospitality groups like Unlisted Collection, The Lo & Behold Group, The Loco Group, among others.

Must-tries include delicious grilled meats at Burnt Ends, Mexican tacos at Lucha Loco, artisanal burgers from Three Buns by Potato Head, and many more. Meanwhile, specially crafted tipples can be had from Tanjong Beach Club, Blue Label, Tippling Club, and more. Those who miss the taste of fine dining can also order multi-course meals from Michelin-starred Odette, crowned Asia’s best restaurant for two years in a row.

Order from here now.

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