Christmas dinner deliveries for 2023
The holiday season is right around the corner, and that can only mean one thing—plenty of feasting is on the way. Whether you’re playing host and wanting to save time, organising an office gathering, or simply planning to contribute to a potluck, explore our selection of Christmas dinner takeaway and delivery options to fulfil all your festive gathering needs.
Without further ado, here are some of the best Christmas dinner deliveries and takeaways for 2023.
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- Christmas dinner deliveries for 2023
- Christmas deliveries and takeaways for 2023
1. The Deli, Goodwood Park Hotel
If you’re looking for something a little different from the usual roast turkey or log cake, consider the Christmas Tree 3-Tier Set ($90) from The Deli at Goodwood Park Hotel, available for both takeaway and delivery from now till 26 December 2023. This gift-worthy set comes with eight sweet and eight savoury bite-sized treats to get you into the festive mood. Highlights include Cranberry & Caramelised Onions Quiche, Corned Beef with Red Wine Shallot Marmalade, Pistachio Sponge Cube Cake with Mango, and an uber-cute Santa Claus Macaron with Raspberry Buttercream. Here’s a pro tip: reuse the gold star topper from the set as an ornament to decorate your Christmas tree!
Goodwood Park Hotel offers many more holiday treats for takeaway, perfect for those hosting a party at home.
Goodwood Park Hotel is not a halal-certified eatery.
Image credit: Kryston
Kryston is a newly launched brand under Singapore’s number one events caterer, Neo Group. This Christmas, they offer a wide selection of curated Christmas feasts and buffets designed to feed a wide range of group sizes, making them an ideal choice for bigger gatherings such as end-year office parties. Those looking to feed 15 people or more can check out their Christmas Mini Feasts, where course menus start at just $25.99++ per diner. If you’re dining with around eight to 10 people, there are two menus you should have on your radar—each includes roasts, sides, vegetables, and a dessert prepared by Celebox, their sister company and a dessert specialist.
The first is their Yuletide Feast ($418.80++), with seven different dishes. You get a Garlic Rosemary Rotisserie Chicken and a Premium-Grain Fed Roast Beef Tenderloin as the hero dishes, alongside a platter of sausages, truffle mash, and a Seafood Boil, in either a laksa or creamy option. Adding to that is a refreshing Greek salad, with a Pandan Grandeur Yule Log to finish. For a more elevated option, try the Holiday Harvest ($488.80++), where a whopping 1.2kg Superior Tomahawk Steak and Honey Glazed Festive Chicken Ham steal the show. These are complemented by a hearty Salmon Wellington, Traditional Chicken Shepherd’s Pie, and a whole roasted cauliflower, prepared Moroccan-style. To finish, diners get a medley of chocolate and lemon tartlets.
If none of their existing bundles tickle your fancy, Kryston also offers consultations with the team to plan bespoke menus for your Christmas dinners!
Kryston is a halal-certified caterer.
3. How’s Catering
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How’s Catering has some of the most affordable and fuss-free Christmas dinner delivery sets we’ve seen so far. They have a selection of menus tailored to feed between five to 10 people, with the highlight of the set being either seafood or meat. For something simple, get the Meat Feasting Platter Box ($188++). The centrepiece is a Slow-Roasted Spatchcock with Blackened Spices, but you also get a chicken roulade, deep-fried gochujang-glazed drumlets, and a medley of side dishes to feast on. Seafood lovers can instead try the Seafood Galore Platter Box ($238++). This comes with a generously sized Norwegian Salmon Fillet with Homemade Harissa Paste, as well as Garlic Butter Prawns, Baked Queen Scallops, and New Zealand Half Green Mussel with Mexican Salsa.
Though the menus we’ve just mentioned feed up to six, the Gourmet Meat Feast ($328++) is where it’s at if you’re eating with eight to 10 people. Most of the dishes here recur in the Meat Feasting Platter Box, albeit with the addition of a 1kg US Angus Beef Short Rib and Beef Cheek Rillettes with Sour Raisins. Spend above $188 and opt for self-pick-up, and you’ll get a pack of Nacho Chips with Guacamole and Nacho Dips for free as well!
How’s Catering is a halal-certified caterer.
4. Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
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For a Christmas feast with a local twist, get your festive takeaways from Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium. The star of the show here is the Roasted Turkey with Coconut Crust ($188), an all-new addition to the hotel’s line-up of festive specials. This sees a whole bird slow-roasted in a spicy, coconutty crust to succulent ends, served alongside achar, garlic fried rice, and a cream sauce laced with curry leaves. Pair that with their Lychee and Ginger Log Cake ($98) for dessert—this tropical treat pairs juicy, floral lychee with zesty ginger, to create a light, but no less delicious, festive dessert.
Those who prefer more classic Christmas dishes will also be wowed by Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium’s takeaway selection, which includes traditional turkey roasts, ribeyes, gammon ham, and plenty more. There are also all-in-one sets so you can spend the day free from the kitchen’s confines, with the Santa Claus’ Buncle ($408) being their bestseller. Each feeds up to 12, and comes with a 4.5kg Roast Turkey, 2kg Honey Glazed Gammon Ham, a Lychee Ginger Log Cake, sides, as well as a bottle of wine. Log cake purists will also be happy to know that the hotel has a traditional Black Forest Log Cake ($98) available—the combination of sweet macerated cherries, chocolate cake, and whipped cream is hard to beat.
FYI: Order before 9 December and enjoy 20% off all a la carte items!
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium’s takeaways are not halal-certified.
Image credit: Cedele
If you’re readying a Christmas dinner but don’t have the time to prep the season’s most finicky dishes—think roast meats and log cakes—then turn to Cedele’s a la carte Christmas offerings. The gourmet brand has all your bases covered with both savoury and sweet options, saving you the stress of slogging away in the kitchen. Their Christmas Rosemary Turkey, priced at $198 and which feeds up to 10, is a life-saver, made from an over-two-decades-old recipe. The bird comes slow-roasted to perfection with stuffing, a rich turkey gravy, and a side of festive couscous salad. The Maple Mustard Bone-In Ham is the ideal accompaniment. This cut elevates your usual hock of ham with a clove and coriander marinade, as well as a mustard-maple glaze.
Sweets are also part of Cedele’s offerings, and their takes are always made without artificial trans fat. The White Christmas Tree Sachertorte Cake ($128) is a gorgeous finale to a meal—styled to look like a mini Christmas tree and flavoured with pistachio, chocolate, and house-made caramelled nuts. For something lighter, there’s the perfumed Lychee Rose Tiramisu Cake ($78) or the bittersweet Chocolate Matcha Stump ($98), which is vegan. It’s worth noting that Cedele’s festive menu has plant-based options to cater to vegans and vegetarians alike!
Cedele is not a halal-certified eatery.
6. Sofitel City Centre
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Celebrate this Yuletide season with Sofitel City Centre, and go all out with a whole Roasted Turkey ($188), which lets you add on sides such as Butter Glazed Brussel Sprouts & Chestnuts, Winter Kale Salad with Pomegranate Vinaigrette, and Creamy Butter Mashed Potatoes for $22 each. If you’re entertaining with a smaller group, you might instead consider a Whole Roasted Pineapple-fed Chicken ($64), pairing it with Cointreau Glazed Kurobuta Ham ($110) for that extra little boozy finish.
For something that isn’t your usual log cake, end the meal with a Sticky Cinnamon Bun Wreath ($52) that’ll be a sure hit with the kids, or an Aged Fruit Christmas Pudding ($52). Place your orders before 30 November to enjoy a 15% discount, and enjoy free delivery with orders above $500 nett!
Sofitel City Centre is not halal-certified.
7. Chilli Manis
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Chilli Manis is a highly rated Peranakan caterer—with a 4.8 rating on over 500 Google reviews—and they also happen to be halal-certified. This makes them an ideal choice for an inclusive festive meal, whether you’re planning an office buffet or an intimate gathering with friends at home. The caterer has a range of menus, including bundles and buffets, so there’s something for every group size. If you’re dining with a small group, look to their Mini Buffets, which start at $388++ for their Jolly Good Petite Set, which feeds up to 10. Otherwise, for slightly larger groups, you can choose between their Merriment (from 25.99++ per person) or Allure (from $29.99++ per person) buffets. Each lets you pick between classic Yuletide dishes such as roast meats, or Peranakan delights, from Sayur Lodeh to Assam Sambal Fish, even Ayam Buah Keluak.
For groups of larger than 30 diners, go for their full-fledged buffets. The Exquisite Taste (from $48.99++ per person) is a Chilli Manis signature. Spanning 13 courses, the menu will delight with its legit Nyonya flavours, giving you the choice of the brand’s Signature Kampong Dry Laksa, Chap Chye, and Handmade Ngoh Hiang, among plenty others. If you pre-order before 1 December, you’ll be entitled to discounts off their a la carte desserts, such as 50% off their Petite Chocolate Ganache Yule Log (U.P. $46.80) with any Christmas Mini Buffet purchase, or 50% off their Chocolate Ganache Yule Log (UP: $.58.80) with any Christmas Buffet order.
Chilli Manis is a halal-certified caterer.
8. Greenwood Fish Market
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The festive takeaways at Greenwood Fish Market aren’t only limited to fish and seafood━their Homemade Wellington comes in both Salmon ($119) and Beef ($168), each serving two to four diners. Whichever you pick, a whole slab of protein is wrapped with mushroom duxelles, spinach, and crepes before the final layer: a rich, buttery pastry.
Should you want a seafood feast, you can’t go wrong with these specialists: Alan’s Seafood Feast ($428) comprises the Salmon Wellington, as well as Boston lobsters, oysters, boiled live prawns, cold smoked salmon, plus desserts! Here, these come in the form of a Sticky Date & Coconut Log ($38) and Apple Crumble Log ($38).
Greenwood Fish Market is not a halal-certified eatery.
9. Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road
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Look to Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road for halal-certified options if you’re celebrating this festive season with a diverse group of friends and family. The Ultimate Beef Wellington ($148+) is served with a truffle mushroom sauce, baby potatoes, and seasonal vegetables; otherwise, consider a Classic Lamb Shepherd’s Pie ($68+), that’s also zhnged up with winter truffle!
For a classic, they’ve got Traditional Roast Turkey ($148+), and you should definitely finish the party with Valrhona Chocolate Caramelia Banana Pecan Log Cake ($75+) for the perfect pairing of chocolates, bananas and caramel.
Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road is a halal-cerfitied eatery.
10. Carousel Cake Shop, Andaz Singapore
Christmas deliveries and takeaways for 2023
Here are all the Christmas takeaways and deliveries to order for your festive gatherings this year-end. If you’d like sweets to accompany your meal, read our guide to the best Christmas log cakes for 2023.
This post was brought to you by Kryston, How’s Catering, Holiday Inn, Cedele, and Chilli Manis.
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