The Best Gourmet Asian Restaurants Offering Delivery Or Takeout This Month

Michelin-starred meals, Japanese Omakases, and Cantonese classics — all in your own dining room.

The Best Gourmet Asian Restaurants Offering Delivery Or Takeout This Month

This list was last updated on 28 April. The new restaurants on the list appear first. For our master list of restaurants offering delivery or takeout, click here.

01 | Shisen Hanten

Two-Michelin starred Shisen Hanten is one of the highest rated Asian restaurants in Singapore, and for good reason. They serve up deliciously authentic Sichuanese cuisine that’ll do any grandma proud: for a classic meal, opt for Chen’s mapo doufu — dubbed ‘unmissable’ by the Michelin guide itself — along with the Sichuan-style stir-fried Kurobota pork and roasted London duck.

02 | Chopsuey

Need your dim sum fix? Chopsuey’s here to satisfy all your brunch cravings. Aside from crispy shredded duck pancakes and the nine-piece dim sum basket (a modern medley of the greatest hits dim sum hits, including Har Gao and siew mai), Chopsuey also serves up shareable mains like smokey sweet and sour pork collar, Sichuan pepper chilli chicken and stir-fried greens.

03 | Black Cow 

Meat eaters, take note: Black Cow now offers a special take-out and delivery menu that’s replete with beefy goodness. Dig into new specials like the Kagoshima A5 wagyu truffle don or the Sukiyaki don, or go with signatures like the ‘All In One’ (which really lives up to the name, laden as it is with wagyu foie gras, sea urchin, caviar and shaved truffles), but be sure to save room for sides like the unagi chawanmushi. 

04 | Madame Fan

Cantonese classics, but make them modern — and very crave-worthy. Madame Fan’s elevated Canto-cuisine is now available for takeaway: aside from dim sum staples like siew mai and custard buns, they also offer a litany of mains like Australian rib-eye beef drenched in Sarawak black pepper, Jasmine tea smoked ribs, and crispy pork stir-fry.  

05 | Jypsy 

PS Cafe’s Japanese outpost, Jypsy, now serves up its mod-Japanese cuisine for takeaway. For starters, go with the unagi and pork gyoza or the sticky beef sliders, or with several robata sticks — you can choose from flavours like pork belly, smokey king oyster and leek, and glazed eggplant and pumpkin. Be sure to save some room for their bowls: their Iberico pork katsu curry rice will put you in a contented food coma for the rest of the day.

06 | Akira Back

Japanese cuisine with a bit of Korean flair — that’s what Akira Back offers in its new takeaway menu. On offer are rolls for days — we like the Holy Cow, with its Tajima strploin, shrimp tempura and kimchi peach emulsion — and mains like the Sanchoku short rib that’s braised for over two days. Be sure to get their signature mushroom pizza — and while it might not sound very Japanese, the umami aioli and micro shiso that its drenched in will surely sway your tastebuds. 

07 | Ki-sho

Who says you can’t enjoy an Omakase experience in your own home? At Ki-sho, you can enjoy a sublime  Omakase in your own home. Go for chef Kazuhiro Hamamoto’s personal Omakase menu, which also comes with free delivery — we promise you’ll love his signature uni caviar, chirashi don and signature hida wagyu. For takeaway, you can also customise your own Omakase experience with some of chef Hamamoto’s best donburis: we suggest the lush Nodoguro don and the seasonal sashimi platter. 

Visit their site here for more information.

08 | Meta

Bored of eating the same stuff you find in your pantry? One-starred Meta has just the thing. Every few days they come up with new takeaway menus that draw on chef Sun Kim’s Korean heritage — the latest menu includes japchae, kimchi soup, and of course, a very on-trend dalgona coffee.

Visit their site here for more information.

09 | Summer Palace

The only thing better than an authentic Chinese takeout dinner is a Michelin-starred one. At Summer Palace, you can choose from an array of Cantonese favourites like double-boiled soups, barbecue goodies (think crispy roasted duck, suckling pigs…) and other classic comforts. Go with either of the two set menus for a full Cantonese dinner experience — lazy Susan not included.

Visit their site here for more information.

10 | Paradise group

Hotpot lovers, rejoice: the entirety of the Paradise Group of Restaurants now offer delivery, including Beauty in The Pot. If you’re looking for something uncomplicated, the group’s other concepts, including Taste Paradise, Canton Paradise and LeNu, are all on the three major food delivery platforms too.

Visit their site here for more information.

(Image: Beauty In The Pot)

11 | Kabuke

Japanese gastrobar Kabuke offers a special delivery and pickup menu that’s laden with mod-Asian delights. There are dons for days as well as yummy sides (think tempura, sesame wings, ebi…). But if we had to pick one thing, we’d go with the Guilty Pleasure Bowl — loaded as it is with wagyu stripling, foie gras, truffle shoyu and premium Koshihikari rice, this is one don that’ll be hard to forget.

Visit their site here for more information.

They call it the Pleasure Bowl for a reason.
(Image: Kabuke)

12 | Putien 

Putien recently expanded its delivery menu to include a wider selection of its offerings: they now deliver signature dishes like braised homemade bean curd, sweet and sour pork with lychee, and deep-fried pork trotters with salt and pepper. Best of all, it’s available on all major delivery platforms — GrabFood, Foodpanda and Deliveroo — so ordering will be a breeze.

Visit their site here for more information.

(Image: Putien)

13 | Neon Pigeon

Bento boxes, but make them very luxe: so says Neon Pigeon. The urban izakaya’s newly introduced bento boxes come in a variety of flavours: choose from mains like goma crusted snapper, Korean fried chicken and flamed teriyaki tofu. Round it all off with some of Neon Pigeon’s signature cocktails like the Is It Mojito — a sakura-infused white rum with yellow chartreuse and apple cinnamon syrup — or a classic Old Fashioned.

Visit their site here for more information.

(Image: Neon Pigeon)

14 | Fat Prince

Okay, we know it’s not quite Asian cuisine, but we had to include Fat Prince. For some decadent middle eastern nosh, this restaurant and bar is your go-to. Their indulgent selection of smoky kebabs are now available for takeaway and delivery: have them on the skewer, or in special kebab bowls which come with a salad and a fat (how else?) cookie. Some of our favourite kebab flavours are the spring pea falafel and roasted pumpkin, though there are also classics like chicken and pit roasted lamb.

Visit their site here for more information.

(Image: Fat Prince)

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