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Hungry? All New Feastival offers new dishes and menus from top Singapore restaurants

Twenty-eight restaurants and bars are taking part in this delivery programme through, including Butcher's Block and yi by Jereme Leung.

Hungry? All New Feastival offers new dishes and menus from top Singapore restaurants

The home dining set for four people by yi by Jereme Leung. (Photo: yi by Jereme Leung)

Have the restrictions on dining in got you longing for the days where you can feast on delectable cuisines from top local eateries? Well, you still can.

The All New Feastival will be serving up new dishes and menus from 28 restaurants and bars in Singapore, for customers to indulge in right in the comfort of their own homes, from Saturday (Jul 31) to Aug 15.

From French cuisine by Brasserie Les Saveurs and grilled goodness from Butcher’s Block to urban farm concept dining by Open Farm Community and contemporary Chinese cuisine from yi by Jereme Leung, this delivery programme will bring top dining options straight to your doorstep.

So you can enjoy a great meal and do your part to #SAVEFNBSG – orders can be made through delivery platform,

Some of the deals you can enjoy include the ATLAS Favourites Bundle (S$88+) by ATLAS, with pork sausage rolls, fresh burrata, sugarsnap peas, black garlic pistou and a delicious chocolate salted caramel tart. And to wash it all down, the bundle also comes with a round of cocktails such as Peche Milk Punch, Baroque Pearl and the ATLAS Martini.

Other not-to-be-missed dishes include the 48-hour slow-cooked beef cheek (S$44+) by halal-certified restaurant The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens, which serves up Blackmore wagyu steaks. The beef cheek is cooked in its own jus and served with pan-roasted heirloom beets, mash potato, asparagus and herb salad.

“We decided to give our nation of food lovers a good reason to order in, by encouraging restaurants and bars to bring something new and unique – including dishes that have never been served before – to tables at home,” said Ivy Woo of Food News, the organiser of All New Feastival.

"Through this initiative, we hope to give both sides a boost! Restaurants can continue to flex their creative muscle, while diners can look forward to devouring exciting new dishes while supporting their favourite eateries," said Dinesh Balasingam, chief operating officer at

Get the full list of offerings and participating restaurants and bars from Jul 31 on Enjoy!

Source: CNA/sr