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Add festive cheer - Singaporean style, if you please - to Christmas lunches, brunches and dinners with these turkeys, trimmings and takeaway foods
3 December 2013 1:57 PM | Updated 06 Dec 2013
By Ken Wong
Image 1 of 19 | Image credits: Bakerzin
BAKERZIN | Well known for its trusted parade of sweet bites, Bakerzin has got some worthy roasts for takeaway. Its Christmas roast turkey (4.5-5kg, $138) can serve ten hungry stomachs, and it comes with homemade cranberry sauce, mushroom stuffing and assorted roasted garden vegetables. To serve it hot, simply do some light re-heating and you’re set. Available until 19 December, and do note that the last day for delivery is 21 December while the last day for collection is on Christmas Day. An early bird discount of 10 per cent for all online and store orders will apply till 10 December.
Image 2 of 19 | Image credits: Carlton Hotel, Singapore
CARLTON HOTEL | Although they have a traditional roast turkey with chestnut stuffing and cranberry juice (4.5-5kg, $108) on offer, we recommend you try the slow-roasted tomahawk rib (2.2kg, $228); this new offering comes drizzled with red wine sauce and will make a worthy addition to the dinner table. For more variety, there is a honey-glazed ham with pineapple and raisin sauce (3-3.5kg, $238) as well. Orders need to be placed three days prior to collection date. Last day of order is 19 December while the final day of collection is on Christmas Day.
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