15 Best Breakfast Delivery Places in Singapore with Mains Below $12

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With Singapore moving into Phase 2 of our reopening, food establishments are now available for dining in. 

But for those who are lazy or apprehensive about eating out, food delivery will still be the go-to option. 

As such, we have compiled a list of the best 15 breakfast delivery options in Singapore by location, just for you!


Central Region

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Hong Qin Fish and Duck Porridge


Hong Qin Fish and Duck Porridge is well known for their Teochew style fish soup, duck porridge, braised duck and braised trotters.

Their fish porridge ($7.30), duck porridge ($6.30) and fish soup with beehoon ($7.30) are perfect breakfast options to kick-start your day.

Address: 134 Geylang East Ave 1 #01-127, Singapore 380134
Phone: +65 9061 4988
Opening hours: 5.45am to 3.30pm (daily)
How to order: Order via Grabfood or Foodpanda.

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Drips Bakery Café

Drips Bakery Café is a cafe located at the heart of Tiong Bahru. They specialise in baking delicious treats such as cakes and tarts.

For breakfast, you can dig into one of their tasty baked beef pies ($7.20) or baked creamy mushroom and chicken pies ($6.00)

Customers also have the option to “Make Your Own Healthy Meal” (starting from $6.80)

  • Base: choose between vegan sourdough bread or a salad bowl (additional $2.00) 
  • Add on fillings: e.g. cheese, scrambled eggs, smoked duck and poached chicken 
  • Make your meal a set: choose from 1 of 3 drinks: long black, tea or remedy kombucha

Address: 82 Tiong Poh Rd, #01-05, Singapore 160082
Phone: +65 6222 0400
Opening hours: 10am to 10pm (Sunday to Fridays), 10am to 12am (Saturdays)
How to order: Order via Grabfood, Deliveroo or their website.

Free delivery when placing orders above $60 from their website.

Healthy
Vegetarian options available

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Big Bowls Project

Big Bowls Project is a 100% Muslim-owned stall that sells Hawaiian-inspired poke bowls.

Their mentaiko salmon bowl ($9.50) is a fan favourite and highly recommended by the owners. The dish consists of 

  • mentaiko salmon, 
  • jasmine brown rice, 
  • an onsen egg, 
  • cherry tomatoes and 
  • japanese cucumbers. 

You can also swap out your brown rice for baby spinach salad for an additional $0.50. Extra sides such as avocado and roasted edamame are also available to choose from.

As their opening hours are slightly later, their food is ideal for brunch.

Address: Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Rd, Singapore 069111
Opening hours: 11.30am to 2pm (weekdays)
How to order: Pre-order by messaging them on their Instagram account @bigbowlsproj

Healthy
Halal

North Region

Nan Yang Wang Food Court 

The Nan Yang Wang Food Court serves up many local delicacies such as mee rebus ($3.50), mee siam ($3.50) and lontong ($3.50)

They also have a wide spread of dim sum such as prawn dumplings ($2.10), lotus seed bun ($1.40) and char siew bao ($1.20).

You can finish off your meal with a cold beverage like water chestnut or bandung ($1.80) or a warm drink such as teh alia or milo ($1.60).

Address: #01-01 10 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road, Marsiling Industrial Estate, Singapore 739276
Opening hours: 5.30am to 10.30pm (daily)
How to order: Order via Grabfood

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Sing Poh Eating House

Sing Poh Eating House sells a ton of breakfast items such as soft boiled eggs ($1.70 for 2), lo mai gai ($2.50), fun choy ($2.50) and an assortment of baos. 

Their butter toast breakfast set ($4.80) comes with 2 slices of butter toast, 2 eggs and 1 hot drink.

They also serve a wide range of warm and cold beverages such as yuan yang ($1.70), horlicks ($1.90) and mocha ($2).

Address: 282-284 Yishun Ave 6, Block 284, Singapore 760284
Opening hours: 6am to 8pm (daily)
How to order: Order via Grabfood


North-East Region

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Roast & Toast

Roast & Toast is a restaurant found at Buangkok Square Mall. They serve local favourites such as kaya butter toast ($5.30), peanut butter banana toast ($5.50) and chee cheong fun with siew mai ($5.00)

Apart from the traditional tea and coffee, they also have bubble tea ($4.00 to $4.20) and avocado smoothies ($4.50).

Address: 991 Buangkok Link, Singapore 537984
Opening hours: 8am to 8.30pm (daily)
How to order: Order via Grabfood or Foodpanda

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Amber Ember

Amber Ember is a breakfast and brunch restaurant that sells jaffles and waffles. They are well known for their specialty Cold Shoulder coffee brews ($8.00 to $9.00).

They also have two healthy and homemade breakfast bowls to choose from: granola ($11) and bircher ($12).

Address: 730 Upper Serangoon Rd, #01-01, Singapore 534613
Phone: +65 6926 3312
Opening hours: 10am to 5pm (Tuesday to Friday), 10am to 6pm (Saturday and Sunday)
How to order: Order via Grabfood or their website

Healthy

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Two Cranes

Two Cranes is a minimalist cafe in Hougang that whips up Korean-fusion food.

Bread lovers will enjoy their grilled toast ($3.50) which is served alongside their in-house butter which comes in several flavours such as maple soy bacon and orange blueberry. 

They also have an Eggs on Toast set ($7.90) which consists of 

  • mesclun salad,
  • eggs, and
  • bread (choice between croissant, sourdough or french toast).

While you’re at it, you should definitely try one of their specialty drinks: Sunset Cold Brew Tonic ($6) and Yuzu Cold Brew Cream ($6).

Address: Hougang Street 21, #01-291 BLK 211, Singapore 530211
Phone: +65 8166 0140
Opening hours: 9am to 10pm (daily)
Menu: Two Cranes Menu
How to order: Order via Grabfood or Whatsapp or call +65 8166 0140

Healthy

East Region

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Fong Sheng Hao

Fong Sheng Hao is a Taiwanese toast cafe that sells delicious breakfast sandwiches.

Located at Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, this cafe sells delectables such as Special Pork Patty sandwiches ($7.60) and Pork and Egg Cheese sandwiches ($7.60).

Their Fong Sheng Signature Milk Tea ($4.70) is also a must try! 

Address: 10 Paya Lebar Rd, B2-04, Singapore 409057
Phone: +65 9757 8550
Opening hours: 7.30am to 9.30pm (weekdays), 8am to 9.45pm (Saturday), 8am to 9.30pm (Sunday)
How to order: Order via Grabfood

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Penny University

Penny University is an artisanal cafe that serves healthy and halal food options. 

Their breakfast and brunch menu has many nutritious items such as the lactose-free Chia Seeds Antioxidant Smoothie Bowl ($11.50), Yogurt with Granola ($8.30) and Turkish Eggs ($11.30).

Also, you can get your hands on their signature iced coffee – a Muddy Espresso with Cold Milk, for just $5.80!

Address: 402 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428997
Phone: +65 6345 9055
Opening hours: 8am to 830pm (daily)
How to order: Order via Grabfood, Foodpanda, Deliveroo or their website

Healthy
Halal

Udipi Ganesh Vilas Restaurant

Udipi Ganesh Vilas Restaurant is a food joint that sells vegetarian Indian cuisine.

Their sambar iddly set ($5.50) and sambar vadai set ($5.80) are served together with coconut chutney and they make a great choice for breakfast. 

The shop also sells othappam and many different variations of dosai.

Address: 10 Ceylon Rd, Singapore 429606
Phone: +65 6348 7708
Opening hours: 7.30am to 10.30pm (daily)
Menu: Udipi Ganesh Vilas Menu
How to order: Order via Grabfood, Foodpanda, Deliveroo or call +65 6348 7708

Halal
Vegetarian options available

West Region

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San Shun Teochew Fishball Noodle

San Shun Teochew Fishball Noodle is run by an elderly couple with over 50 years of experience.

Their signature minced meat noodles ($4.50) and San Shun signature noodles ($7) are favourites among customers.

They also sell small bites such as chicken chop ($4), cuttlefish ball ($4) and cheese tofu ($4) among other items.

Address: 451 Bukit Batok West Ave 6, Singapore 650451
Phone: +65 8100 4720
Opening hours: 6am to 8.30pm (daily)
How to order: Order via Grabfood or Foodpanda

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The M Plot

Although they are mainly famous for their macarons, The M Plot is a chic cafe that has several breakfast menu items.

They serve food items such as eggs on toast ($5) and house-made crunchy granola ($9). 

They also have a wide range of drinks like cortado coffee ($4.50), piccolo coffee ($4.50), belgian chocolate ($6) and thai milk tea ($4.50).

Address: 9 King Albert Park, #01-05, Singapore 598332
Phone: +65 6223 1986
Opening hours: 9am to 8pm (Wednesday to Monday)
Menu: The M Plot Menu
How to order: Order via Grabfood, Foodpanda or Deliveroo


Islandwide

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Dough Culture

Dough Culture started out in 2009, and has since become one of Singapore’s largest manufacturers of You Tiao.

They sell a range of breakfast items such as butterfly bun ($1.10), carrot cake ($1.10), samosa ($1.50), sweet potato cake ($1.30), tau suan ($2.00) and vegetarian porridge ($2.80).

Their value meals cost between $4.80 to $5.20 and come with a main, 2 soft boiled eggs and a drink. 

Address: Various locations
Phone: +65 6757 7219
Opening hours: Varies for each outlet.
Menu: Dough Culture Menu
How to order: Order via Grabfood, Foodpanda or Deliveroo.

Vegetarian options available

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Maison Kayser

Maison Eric Kayser is a famous French bakery that sells traditional bread and pastries. Croissants, baguettes and sourdough bread are the order of the day at this contemporary artisanal shop. 

Breakfast and brunch items include pastries such as their chocolate croissant ($4.40) and almond croissant ($5.50). 

They also serve more extravagant sandwiches like the Le Monge ($10.35) which comprises of a 

  • baguette,
  • butter,
  • ham,
  • emmental cheese, and 
  • mixed greens.

Address: Various locations
Phone: +65 6250 5047
Opening hours: Varies for each outlet
Menu: Maison Kayser Menu
How to order: Order via Grabfood, Deliveroo, Foodpanda or their website. 

Delivering breakfast to the comfort of your home

Waking up to a scrumptious (and cheap) breakfast delivery meal is the perfect way to start any morning. 

If you haven’t done so before, you should certainly try it! Let us know in the comments section if you have other recommendations!