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Oddle Eats will be launching the biggest Online Food Festival in Singapore from 31 July – 10 August, bringing together over 170 merchants on the platform to develop special $55 bundle deals in celebration of Singapore’s 55 years of independence. This is a first in a series of online food festivals that will be rolled out by Oddle Eats in the coming year.

“This National Day will be different from any we’ve experienced but we wanted to make it memorable by bringing everyone together virtually through our National pastime – eating,” says Jonathan Lim, Co-founder, Oddle. “It has truly been a heartwarming experience putting this together with our partners, many of whom have played such an important role in growing our local F&B scene. This is our way of celebrating Singapore’s 55th birthday and we hope many will enjoy the selection of signature dishes and fan favourites that our restaurants have thoughtfully put together.”

You will be spoilt for choice with specially curated dishes from a range of popular local F&B establishments of all cuisines. From classic to contemporary, sweet treats to healthy eats, Oddle Eats has got you covered. With so many choices available customers can order from both tried and tested favourites as well as explore new options for different occasions. The Oddle Eats Online Food Festival highlights include bundles from:

1. Birds of a Feather

A selection of crowd favourites such as Find the Chicken in the Chillies, Spicy Oriental Bolognaise, Tender Chicken Grains Bowl, Bird’s Brown Sugar Fresh Milk Boba Pearl

2. Parkroyal on Beach Road

Prepared and delivered fresh from Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant, the set includes signature dishes like Oriental fried rice, Shredded Meat in Chilli and Garlic Sauce, Homemade Fine Bean Curd with Wolfberries, Vegetables and Meat

3. The Westin

A specially curated four-course meal featuring Wok-fried Cereal Butterfly Prawns with Grated Parmesan Cheese, Prawn Paste Chicken with a touch of Truffle Oil; Beer-battered Fish, Chili Fries, Sambal Chili, Calamansi Lime Mayo and Chendol Burnt Cheese Cake with Bandung Coulis.

4. Yayoi

A party perfect bundle of Japanese Breaded Pork Cutlet, Breaded Chicken Cutlet, Gyoza, Breaded Prawns, Omelette, Edamame, Cut Potatoes and Cherry Tomatoes

5. BAO by CÉ LA VI

Finger food fusion with crispy Boneless Korean Fried Chicken, BBQ Fries, Burgers and the Bao Signature Salad

Online Food Festivals

The National Day Edition will be the first in a series of online food festivals rolled out by Oddle Eats designed to amplify the social experience around food and create a sense of community within the online ordering space.

“We wanted to replicate the sense of community and joy that comes with the traditional festivals which are unfortunately not an option currently”, says Alan Goh, Chief Revenue Officer, Oddle. “We hope our Oddle Eats Online Food Festivals get both consumers and brands excited about the many options available in our local F&B scene, especially in this difficult time.”

The Oddle Eats Online Food Festivals will run throughout the year on the Oddle Eats website and be curated according to various themes. Oddle Eats Virtual Food Festival – The Mooncake Edition will be the next in the series and will start mid-August.