9 Halal Delivery Options For Your End-Of-Year Gathering

9 Halal Delivery Options For Your End-Of-Year Gathering

Why spend time in the kitchen when you can order in and have more time to catch up with guests? Here's a delicious lineup of Halal delivery options from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia to brighten up your holiday season.

The festive season is upon us and while this year’s celebrations will, unfortunately, see us confined to small gatherings at home, that doesn’t mean that you should compromise on good food! Here are some Halal options based in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia to keep in mind for your year-end festivities!

Singapore

1. Mahmud’s Tandoor

Baked Tandoori Buffalo Midjoints. Photo: Mahmud’s Tandoor

Fuss-free, filling and delicious, there’s no doubt that chicken wings have always been a favorite at house gatherings. But having the same barbecued wings every time can get a bit mundane so we’re introducing you to a spicy alternative! The brainchild of an Indian-Pakistani couple, Mahmud’s Tandoor packs the flavour of the Indian subcontinent into their wings and burgers. While the wings come already baked, you can choose the marinated option should you wish to cook them at a later time.

Can’t handle the heat? Here’s a tip: Cool down by dipping your wings into their flavorful Mint Yogurt dipping sauce. 

Check out their delivery menu on Instagram.

2. Nomad’s Soiree

Palm Leaf Graze Platter. Photo: Nomad’s Soiree

Due to the extensive use of cured pork and pork-based additives, Halal charcuterie boards have been impossible to come by. That is, until Nomad’s Soiree entered the scene. Priding themselves as the providers of Singapore’s first ever Halal artisanal grazing platters, Nomad’s Soiree’s boards feature the use of up to 3 types of cold cuts, 6 artisanal cheeses and an assortment of small goodies to munch on.

All of their grazing platters - ranging from the Personal box for one to their Large Palm Leaf Platter - are so meticulously arranged that they’re definitely going to be the talk of your gathering!

Check out their delivery menu on their website.

3. Grain

Maple Glazed Whole Turkey. Photo: Grain

Grain is known among time-strapped office folk for making their healthy meal plans accessible but did you know that their Christmas menu is pretty extensive? Feel free to choose from their on-demand meals, delivered to you in up to 30-minutes or, if you’re having a gathering, their catering menu. They even have care packs that you can send to your loved ones so nobody gets left behind in the revelry!

Looking for the centerpiece to your dinner table? Grain is collaborating with Ember Smokery to bring you high-quality Halal smoked meats - whether you’re a brisket afficionado or just a fan of chicken - you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Check out their Christmas delivery menu on their website.

Malaysia

4. PichaEats (Kuala Lumpur)

Zaatar Chicken and Arabic-Spiced Potatoes. Photo: PichaEats

Eat good and do good this festive season with PichaEats

PichaEats is a social enterprise that gives marginalised families and individuals from countries such as Palestine, Syria and Afghanistan the chance to use their culinary skills in order to rebuild their lives and be financially independent. Expand the taste palates of you and your guests by trying out their food offerings, ranging from the Meditteranean Lamb Stew to their Arabic spread featuring the likes of Chicken Fatteh and Batata Harra (Spiced Potatoes). 

A delivery-only eatery, PichaEats brings the world to you without having to leave the comfort of home!

Check out their menu for group deliveries on their website.

5. Serai (Kuala Lumpur)

Serai Platter. Photo: Serai

Serai Group has a few concept restaurants around Kuala Lumpur, each specialising in a particular type of cuisine and Serai celebrates Malaysia's multi-culturalism through their East-meets-West fare.

Take your pick of local and continental delicacies such as the blue-tinted Nasi Kerabu and Grilled Honey & Lemon Thyme Chicken. Having a gathering during this CMCO period? They’ve the ‘A Feast at Home’ menu which consists of 3 different set options. Each option has been curated to include the favourites from their menu, such as the likes of Mango Kerabu, the Serai Platter and Deep Fried Sea Bass. 

There’s something for everyone over at Serai!

Check out their menu over on their delivery platform.

6. SPLATTER (Petaling Jaya)

Jumbo Cheese Platter. Photo: SPLATTER

Another charcuterie, only this time it’s across the Causeway! Based in Petaling Jaya, Splatter uses non-pork origin products in their platters and gives priority to Halal-certified and/or Muslim-owned suppliers. 

While Splatter specialises in artfully arranged boards with cured meats and cheeses, you should also check out their colourful Fruit Platters or, if you’re more of a desserts person, their Jumbo Kuih Dessert Platter that features a myriad of Nyonya-style kuih nestled amongst rich dark chocolate, decadent chocolate brownies and an assortment of cookies.

For a limited time, Splatter is also collaborating with PichaEats on some Middle Eastern and Mediterranean themed platters to support the rebuilding of lives of refugee communities in Kuala Lumpur.

Check out their collaboration with PichaEats on their website.

Indonesia

7. Sana Sini To Go (Jakarta)

Whole Roasted Chicken Indonesian Style. Photo: Pullman Jakarta Indonesia

Who says fine dining has to take place in a restaurant? 

Sana Sini, an award-winning international buffet restaurant located in Pullman Hotel Jakarta, has pulled out all the stops in order to bring their signature menu selection to diners at home. 

The Sana Sini To Go menu features classic favourites such as Tuna Loin, Whole Roasted Chicken and the Beef Brisket. Craving for something that’s closer to home? The menu also offers diners a Whole Roasted Chicken served Indonesian style with garlic fried rice, stir fried broccoli with garlic, bakwan jagung, sambal matah and sambal jimbaran.

Fine dining - all from the comfort of home!

Check out their website for their delivery menu.

8. Warong Sombar (Bandung)

Nasi Manado Roa Cakalang. Photo: Warong Sombar

As a country nestled in an archipelago that’s made up of 17,508 islands, Indonesia definitely has a lot of culinary offerings. One such offering is the Manadonese cuisine hailing from Manado, the capital province of the North Sulawesi island. 

Bandung’s Warong Sombar has a mission to introduce traditional Manadonese cuisines to the urban city dwellers and they do it well. Take a peek at their #RameRame line that features a variety of Manadonese delicacies such as Abon Cakalang, Ayam Dabu and the Roa - a fish that’s native to the waters of Manado.

Their use of the freshest ingredients and refreshing traditional recipes has made Warong Sombar one of Bandung’s top Manadonese restaurants.

Warong Sombar is available on GrabFood but check out their menu on Instagram.

9. Sushimoo (Jakarta)

Sushikeki-Hachi. Photo: Sushimoo

Savoury bite-sized morsels that taste delicious and fill you up? Sushimoo has got you covered! The eatery, based in Jakarta, specialises in Halal Japanese sushi platters fit for a variety of gatherings ranging from a party of one to bigger groups.

Thinking of celebrating an important milestone? Ditch the traditional cake and check out Sushimoo’s range of Sushikeki (also known as ‘Sushi Cake’ in English) or splurge on their Salmon and Beef Volcano premium platter! 

That’s not all! Sushimoo’s latest offerings include the Korean kimbap platters so your guests will definitely be leaving your gathering with bellies full of Korean and Japanese delicacies!

Check out Sushimoo’s delivery menu on their Instagram.

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