Halal takeaway deals this Ramadan
We’re a few weeks into Ramadan, and Singaporean Muslims are starting to get used to fasting during the Circuit Breaker. However, this doesn’t mean that your iftar options have to be limited to home-cooked food. ChopeDeals has a slew of halal takeaway deals this period, with up to 50% off on the likes of seafood platters and flame-grilled beef, so you can break your fast with a wide variety of tasty cuisines.
1. Beef Bro SG
There might not be a physical Geylang bazaar this year, but you can still get your fill of Beef Bro SG’s torched beef cubes at their Century Square store. Take your pick from the piquant Mala Beef Cubes ($16.90), creamy Cheesy Mentaiko Beef Cubes ($16.90), or classic Beef Cubes ($12.90).
Get 50% off at Beef Bro by purchasing their $10 cash vouchers at just $5.
2. Cajun On Wheels
Back in the good ol’ days of outdoor iftars, fresh seafood dinners were one of the most popular ways to break your fast. Cajun On Wheels is keeping that tradition alive with their range of seafood platters. Their Mixed Seafood Platter ($16) comprises a thick slab of fish fillet, paired with juicy mussels and prawns. Those who love all things grilled will enjoy the Charcoal Grilled Seabass Platter ($18) which sports freshly grilled seabass marinated in smoky kecap manis.
From now till 1 June 2020, ChopeDeals is offering 1-for-1 seafood platters at $18 nett (U.P $36) which lets you score two mains, two sides, two carbs, and two drinks for the price of one.
3. Grill Ninety Nine
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Located a short walk away from Bugis MRT Station, Grill Ninety Nine has received rave reviews for their steaks which come in generous portions and are full of flavour. Weighing at a hefty 300g, their New York Strip Steak ($24.90) is the cheapest steak option on the menu, and is served with greens and a choice of mashed potatoes or fries. The restaurant is also one of the few halal places to serve duck confit. Their rendition costs $24.90, and is unctuous to boot.
From now till 1 June 2020, you can get 20% off your orders at Grill Ninety Nine by purchasing a $30 cash voucher at $24 or a $50 cash voucher at $40.
4. Flavour Flings
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Flavour Flings burst into the food scene with their signature Salted Egg Croissant ($6.90)—a buttery croissant that’s overflowing with rich salted egg yolk sauce. Over the years, the cafe has been raising their own bar by coming up with even more unique concoctions, including the Milo-Coated Popcorn Chicken ($9.90) that’s blanketed with a heavy dose of malty Milo powder.
Flavour Flings is offering 28% off on four of their Set Meals For Two. The range comprises burgers, crabs, salmons, salted egg items and more—with the lowest costing only $41.50 nett for two people. That means each person only has to pay less than $21 to get a full set meal!
5. Maxim Grill Turkish Restaurant
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Turkish cuisine is known for being a hearty affair, which makes it a best match for those who need a fuel up after a whole day of fasting. At Maxim Grill Turkish Restaurant, you’ll find a wide variety of filling options such as their Karisik Kebab Maxim ($43)—a platter comprising plenty of beef, lamb, and chicken kebab, served with soft butter rice and salad.
You can indulge in Maxim Grill Turkish Restaurant’s food without burning a hole in your pocket as ChopeDeals is selling a $50 cash voucher at $30—so you can get 40% off!
6. Home Of Seafood
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Halal zi char places are hard to come by, which is why Home Of Seafood’s dishes will excite those looking for a wide spread to break fast to. This Ramadan, the restaurant has over 120 items for takeaway, including their Signature Salted Egg Crab (seasonal price), Braised Shark’s Fin With Fresh Crab Meat (from $35), and Curry Fish Head ($28) that’s drenched in spicy curry gravy.
Zi char meals can be pricey, so get 44% off your meals here when you purchase a $50 cash voucher at $28 via ChopeDeals.
7. Siam Kitchen
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Northies looking to get their Thai food fix would be wise to check out Siam Kitchen at Lot One Shoppers’ Mall. The restaurant serves a wide variety of delicious Thai nosh such as green curry, seafood pad Thai, and grilled chicken. My personal favourite of the lot is their Mango Sticky Rice, which sports fresh and plump sliced mango and loads of milk.
If you’re feasting with more people, check out their Ramadan sets which will go at up to 50% off from now till 31 May 2020. The two sets feed three and six people respectively, and comprise the likes of Spicy Mango Salad, Red Tom Yum Soup, Green Curry with Chicken and more.
8. OLDTOWN White Coffee
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It’ll be a while before Singaporeans can travel across the Causeway. In the meantime, those craving for Malaysian food should take their horse to OLDTOWN White Coffee to savour their delish nasi lemak, noodles, toasts, and coffee. Currently, only their Kallang Wave Mall, City Square Mall, Jcube, Jurong Point, and Square 2 outlets are in operation—so take note before you make the journey to Terminal 3.
With ChopeDeals, you can get 20% off at OLDTOWN White Coffee when you purchase a $15 cash voucher at just $12.
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Squisito stands out from other Muslim-owned Italian restaurants in that they’re one of the few to handmake their pasta every day. Although they’re in the process of getting their halal certification, you can still enjoy bento boxes such as their Squid Ink Risotto ($12.90) which is made with plump prawns in rich squid ink sauce.
From now till 1 June 2020, ChopeDeals is offering 36% off on 10 pasta bento boxes which includes risotto, penne, lasagna and more with two side dishes at just $12.90 nett per box!
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Lebanese food may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you’re considering iftar options. However, Tabbouleh makes the plunge worth it with their stunning selection of charcoal-grilled food. At $21.50+, their humongous Shish Tawouk will make you full when you’re halfway through the meal, with its line of juicy marinated chicken cubes and mountain of rice. Those with a smaller appetite can try the Cheese Manaqiah ($10+)—freshly baked flatbread that’s topped with melted cheese, akin to Margherita pizza.
With ChopeDeals, you can find a slew of 30% off cash vouchers for Tabbouleh, such as $50 vouchers at $35. Do note that the vouchers are only valid for a la carte food items and cannot be used on drinks, desserts, and set meals.
Break your fast with these halal takeaway deals
There’s no denying that fasting during the current COVID-19 situation is a physical and mental challenge, and we’re all stronger for persevering on. As such, take the load off when you’re preparing for iftar by checking out ChopeDeals’ range of halal takeaway deals. There are currently 30 deals available, valid across Singapore on a variety of cuisines—so you’ll have a wide range of iftar options.
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