Delectable delivery options available only on Grab Signatures

By Zawani Abdul Ghani September 12, 2022
Delectable delivery options available only on Grab Signatures
Photos: (Clockwise from top left) Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine, Tsui Wah, Black Cow, and Paris Baguette

Do you want to avoid long queues or have too many people in your group to book a table? Fret not, because Grab Signatures offers a variety of merchants that are exclusive to the GrabFood platform, and is ready to feed you and your friends and family in the comfort of home.

Take your pick from household names and trendy eats such as Mr Coconut, Jumbo Seafood and Black Cow — all of which aren’t on any other delivery app. So head to the Grab app to make an order once the craving hits.

You’ll even get twice your usual haul of GrabRewards points for each order at these Grab Signatures brands.

Whether you’re planning a romantic date night, a cosy family dinner or a friendly gathering with your best mates, there’s something for every occasion. 

Here are 12 merchant picks to get your delivery orders started:

Midday pick-me-up

Mr Coconut

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Bubble dragonfruit coconut. Photo: Mr Coconut

Mr Coconut started in 2016, with its fame hitting a home run in 2020 when the Covid-19 pandemic hit. It was then that many — myself included — relied on its refreshing coconutty drinks to get them through the lockdown period.

The Singapore brand’s aim is to share the natural goodness and nutritional benefits of coconuts with everyone. The ever-reliable original coconut shake is a crowd favourite that’s sure to quench your thirst in Singapore’s sweltering heat.

For those who are more adventurous, the bubble dragonfruit coconut is an exceptionally fruity number, combining naturally sweet coconut water and the sweet-sour notes of dragonfruit.

You can also choose your desired level of sweetness — from zero to 100 per cent — for selected drinks and add toppings to all Mr Coconut drinks from just 50 cents.

What to order: Original coconut shake (from S$5.60), bubble dragonfruit coconut (from S$6.10)

Paris Baguette

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Original royal pudding. Photo: Paris Baguette

Few people would know this, but Paris Baguette was founded in 1988. Today, it’s an international fast-casual bakery specialising in French-inspired bakes, pastries, sandwiches, cakes, and salads.

It also serves a wide selection of teas and coffees — all you need for a quick mood booster. Looking for something light? The original royal pudding is packaged in a cute reusable bottle that’s handy for enjoying on the go.

Those with a sweet tooth can look to the fresh strawberry yogurt cream cake that’s just the right size for gifting or sharing with your favourite colleague for a midday dessert break.

What to order: Original royal pudding (S$5.20), fresh strawberry yogurt cream cake (S$10.50)

Tsui Wah

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Hot milk tea. Photo: Tsui Wah

From its beginnings in 1967 as a neighbourhood “ice cafe” in Mong Kok, a bustling shopping district in Hong Kong, Tsui Wah has come a long way. 

It’s now a popular cha chaan teng (Hong Kong-style cafe) chain offering casual meals and bites such as milk tea, buns and rice dishes.

No matter what you and your friends are craving, milk tea (hot or cold) is a must-have. It’s known for its great balance of creaminess and acidity.

If you are looking for a solid food recommendation, look no further than the spiced pork chop with green onion and eggs. It’s a simple and flavourful dish that will cure your hunger pangs at any time of the day.

What to order: Milk tea (S$4.20 for hot, S$4.70 for cold), spiced pork chop with green onion and eggs (S$16.50)

Date night

Yardbird Southern Table and Bar

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Chicken ‘N’ Watermelon ‘N’ Waffles. Photo: Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is not only one of the few eateries in Singapore offering southern American fare, but it also happens to be a James Beard-nominated restaurant — an award that recognises talented chefs, restaurateurs, authors, and journalists in the United States.

While we might not always have time to dine at its Marina Bay Sands outlet, you can easily order one of its mouthwatering fried chicken dishes conveniently via GrabFood. Try the Chicken ‘N’ Watermelon ‘N’ Waffles, Mac & Cheese and soda combo that comes with a choice of two soft drinks.

Ideal for sharing between two, make it a truly indulgent meal by adding on the YB Chicken Wings. The wings come with a choice of either hot chicken dip or smoked spice chilli rub.

What to order: Chicken ‘N’ Watermelon ‘N’ Waffles, Mac & Cheese and soda combo (S$62), YB Chicken Wings (S$21.40)

Black Cow

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A5 truffle don. Photo: Black Cow

Who says enjoying a fancy date night can take place only in a restaurant? You can still set the mood right in the comfort of home with Black Cow’s extensive Grab Signatures menu.

The modern sukiyaki and shabu-shabu fine-dining eatery is named after the Japanese black cattle or “kuroge wagyu” — the only type of beef used on its menu.

Treat your partner to a luxurious signature sukiyaki don — branded as an “all-in-one” bowl filled with thinly sliced meat (either Hida beef or seasonal wagyu beef cooked sukiyaki-style — meat that’s slowly cooked or simmered), served with sea urchin, foie gras, caviar, an onsen egg, and topped with black truffle.

Alternatively, there’s the A5 truffle don that includes beef steak with thinly sliced meat, prepared sukiyaki-style, and onsen egg. It’s topped with seasonal black truffle, Japanese spring onion, leek, and glazed tamanegi onion. It also features Nanatsuboshi rice from Hokkaido, Japan.

What to order: Signature sukiyaki don (S$115.35), A5 truffle don (S$115.35)

Como Cuisine

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Lobster briyani. Photo: Como Cuisine

While we’re quite familiar with chicken or lamb briyani, have you tried lobster briyani? Well, now you have the opportunity to try it out by ordering from Como Cuisine.

The eatery prides itself on using as much organic produce as possible and sourcing the freshest in-season ingredients to create delectable recipes from around the world. Its lobster briyani comes with sustainably farmed Canadian lobster, aromatic basmati rice, raita, pomegranate, and guava salad.

It also serves a delightfully rich snapper curry that’s cooked with ample coconut milk and uses tomatoes, tamarind and okra (ladies’ fingers). The curry is served with a side of saffron rice.

What to order: Lobster briyani (S$55.64), snapper curry (S$36.38)

Shatoburian Palais Renaissance

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Steak cut bento. Photo: Shatoburian/Facebook

Shatoburian, the sister restaurant of Black Cow, features prime cuts of Japanese wagyu beef — primarily chilled A5 wagyu beef — along with seasonal produce from Japan.

One of its more unique offerings is the steak cut bento — A5 skillet beef steak selected daily from the butcher’s kitchen, served with seasonal vegetables, house-fried garlic chips, truffle salt, and freshly grated wasabi.

It also has a mouthwatering wagyu tongue (large) that comes with five cutting styles of its signature beef tongue, complemented by its house special shio marinade. It also comes with two daily sides of marinated vegetables with condiments — salted white and green spring onions and yakiniku sauce.

You even get a choice of having the meat cooked in-house or delivered raw, so you can cook it just the way you like it.

What to order: Steak cut bento (S$211.86), wagyu tongue — large (S$682.66)

Family meals

Jumbo Seafood

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Chilli crab. Photo: Jumbo Seafood/Facebook

Most famous for its chilli crab, the award-winning Jumbo Seafood is a household name for its seafood dishes. 

Now you can enjoy Jumbo Seafood’s signature dishes right at home, knowing you can get your hands dirty and really dig into those crab claws! Elsewhere on the menu, there are also live prawns fried with cereal — a must-have if you want to enjoy some of the freshest, crunchiest prawns in town.

What to order: Chilli crab (from S$108), live prawns fried with cereal (S$30)

Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine

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Australian lobster and rice boiled in superior broth (800g). Photo: Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine/Facebook

Serving delicious Teochew classics since 2011, Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine’s plethora of menu options on Grab Signatures will guarantee a feast with the family right at home. Keep everyone satiated with a hearty portion of Australian lobster and rice boiled in superior broth (800g) that’s both comforting and toothsome.

If anyone in the family is a fan of innards, the deep-fried liver rolls are a must-try. It’s certainly a more unique side dish, but we reckon it’ll make a moreish addition to the family meal.

What to order: Australian lobster and rice boiled in superior broth — 800g (S$233.50), deep-fried liver rolls (S$20)

Zui Yu Xuan Teochew Cuisine

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Dishes from Zui Yu Xuan Teochew Cuisine. Photo: Zui Yu Xuan Teochew Cuisine/Facebook

When your family’s too large to book a table at a restaurant, Zui Yu Xuan Teochew Cuisine provides you and your loved ones with the perfect solution to dining at home. 

In just a few taps on GrabFood, you’ll be able to tuck into delicious Teochew favourites, such as live soon hock (marble goby) fish deep-fried with soya sauce (650g).

If it’s a celebratory family gathering, treat yourselves to a Boston lobster wok baked with fermented bean and garlic Teochew sauce that even grandma would approve of.

What to eat: Live soon hock deep-fried with soya sauce — 650g (S$80), Boston lobster wok baked with fermented bean and garlic Teochew sauce (S$98)

Game night with friends

Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh

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Signature braised pork trotter. Photo: Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh/Facebook

Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh started in the 1950s when Ng Ah Sio’s father started selling Teochew-style savoury pork-based, peppery soup. Ng took over his father’s business in 1977, and today, it’s a culinary gem that’ll keep you and your friends warm indoors on a rainy evening.

The signature bak kut teh set for two comes with superior spare-ribs soup, fish maw soup, braised pig intestine, braised beancurd, braised peanuts, and blanched lettuce in garlic oil — more than enough to keep those tummy rumbles at bay.

In keeping with the spirit of “the more the merrier”, add on the signature Teochew braised pig’s trotter — an incredibly savoury and tender accompaniment to your meal.

What to order: Signature bak kut teh set for two (S$39.90), signature Teochew braised pig’s trotter (S$11.50)

Hack It Seafood

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Cracking a lobster claw. Photo: Hack It Seafood/Facebook

Hack It Seafood is another delicious concept by the Jumbo Group of Restaurants that takes digging into your food — quite literally. 

It specialises in saucy seafood in a bag and is a virtual concept. This means there’s no need to step out of the house to be greeted by long queues.

Conveniently available for delivery via GrabFood, arm yourselves with the provided disposable table cover, bibs and gloves, and enjoy one of its scrumptious seafood packs.

There’s the deluxe seafood pack that comes with live mud crab (600g), live Boston lobster (500g), clams (100g), mussels (100g), prawns (200g), and pearl corn (100g). Drench the ingredients in a choice of laksa, chilli crab, black pepper, or creamy butter sauce.

If you and your friends wish to customise your seafood pack, go for the Hack It Your Way seafood pack. This set allows you to choose two seafood items and at least three non-seafood ones. You can also pick one of these sauces — laksa, chilli crab, black pepper, creamy butter sauce, or mala — to have your choice of ingredients cooked in.

What to eat: Deluxe seafood pack (S$118), Hack It Your Way seafood pack (price dependent on ingredients)

Foo Jia-En contributed to this article. 

Place your Grab Signatures orders on the GrabFood delivery service and earn double your usual GrabRewards points.

This article was written in partnership with Grab.

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Love these restaurants and more? Think you’re a foodie, too? Grab will be hosting the inaugural Grab Foodie Awards this year, recognising some of Singapore’s favourite F&B establishments. Have your say, vote for your favourites, and stand to win S$30 in GrabFood vouchers here.

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Zawani Abdul Ghani


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