Shabestan, Pita Tree, Cuba Libre & Gabbar - 4 Resturants, 4 cusines , 1 Home Delivery Order



Fancy a feast of Latin American, Mediterranean, Persian and Indian in one meal?



You can now enjoy these exotic flavours from sgdelivery.online. Here you can find an abundance of dishes from renowned restaurants featuring Cuba Libre (Latin American), Gabbar (Indian), Shabestan ( Persian) and Pita Tree (Mediterranean) at your fingertips.



Being confined at home does not mean you cannot enjoy food from around the world. Despite the current Circuit Breaker, you can have the freedom to chose a variety of cuisines from different parts of the globe without leaving your house. Since you cannot travel out of your home to savour, sgdelivery,online will bring the world's flavour to your doorstep.



We have the pleasure to relish selected delights from these restaurants. Let's take a peek at a small sample of their fine offerings.

Cuba Libre

Cuba Libre is a Latin American Restaurant set in the heart of Clark Quay. Having been on the scene for the past 10 years, this restaurant and nightspot is well regarded as the happening place for Latino. The menu is inspired with influences from Peru, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, Portugal and Spain. Without further ado, let's Rumba our way into the food we sampled.

Chicken Burger $14
Chicken Burger
Have a bite of this and you would say "McDonald's who"?

This Chicken Burger was the Bomb. It was with two chunky and juicy chicken patties, sunny side up egg, cheddar sauce, salad and fries on the side. The generous serving will guarantee to fill you up.

Chicken Burger

Pulled Chicken Nachos $14
Pulled Chicken Nachos

This combination of tortilla chips melted cheese and pulled chicken was a savoury treat for us. The crunchy tortilla chips and hot melted cheese would be enticing enough to rope us in for another bite. The set could easily fill 2 to 3 person per order.
Pulled Chicken Nachos
Chicken Baked Rice ($16)
Chicken Baked Rice
This portion was good enough for 2. The layer of spice chicken, chipotle sauce and cheese on top of warm yellow rice easily satiate you with a few bites. Full of buttery flavour, each spoonful resembled a samba performance in the mouth. This one has got to be our personal favourite.

Chicken Baked Rice

Churros ($7)
Churros

Our dessert from Cubra Libre was the Churros. Add Hot Melted Chocolate in the mix and we were sold.

Churros

Gabbar

We had a few samples from Gabbar Bistro and Bar, a modern Indian Bristo set in the heart of  Clarke Quay

Vegetable Biryani ($15)
Vegetable Biryanai
The aromatic Basmati rice sauteed with handpick veggies and infused with traditional spice is a rich full-bodied experience. Add a side of Papad, pickle and house salad on the side, this would keep you full and satisfied.
Papadum with Briyani Set


Chilly Panner ($9)
Chilly Panner
The Chilly Panneer was a dish that has fresh pieces of cottage cheese cubes tossed in hot chilly sauce. This Cheese in Chilly was the first for us. We never knew this combination would work!


Veg Bento ($15)
Veg Bento
The Veg Bento came with 1 Dal  Basmati Rice, Vegetable  Dish of the Day, Papad, Pickle, Salad and Chapati.
Salad and Chapati comes with the Bento Meal


The best way to indulge in the rich creamy Dal was to soak the Tandori Roti into it. Guaranteed to make you yearn for more with each nibble.

Veg Bento



Shabestan
Shabestan would be the place where you go if you want a true Persian encounter.

Saffron Chicken Wings $11

We tried the chicken wing marinated with saffron, fresh lemon juice and Persian herbs. It was citrusy with a tinge of mint.

Other dishes that looked as good on the website would be the Lamb and Chicken Kubideh. You probably can rotate up to a week's meals with all the dishes they have listed online.

Pita Tree
Pita Tree serves up Mediterranean food consisting of kebabs, wraps and salad.

Homemade Cheese ($10)



We tried the Homemade Cheese that came with 2 Pita Bread. The chewy Pita Bread went well with the velvety cheese.



Hummus $10
Hummus
Another savoury dip we had was the Hummus. Freshly cooked with garbanzo beans blended with lemon juice, garlic, tahini and olive oil, it was best eaten with 2 pita bread that came with it.



We think a break from your usual 'Zhi Char' stall would be a welcome respite during Circuit Breaker. To mix things up, this dose of exotic dishes laden with spices would whet any appetite. Despite the diverse origin of the dish, it all came very well together. We were glad to experience a gastronomic delight in the comforts of our home.

Can't wait to get our hands on the food!
After this experience, we are definitely more open in searching for new dishes to try in the comforts of our home. Be warned though, the meal could be as filling as it will be satisfying!

How to Order

Minimum order per delivery is at $30. Free delivery islandwide with a min order of $100. For orders below $100, delivery charges of $5 apply for central areas, $8 for rest of Singapore and $15 for Sentosa.  If you live at Tanjong Rhu and Meyer Road area, free delivery is provided for lunch (12-2pm ) and dinner (7-9pm). It will be a collective delivery hence timing cannot be guaranteed.



Order 2 hours in advance as they would like to ensure freshness in food quality. You can also opt for pick up from 12-9pm daily at the following location

Shabestan at The Pier@Robertson
80 Mohamed Sultan Road #01-13, Singapore 239012

Head online at SGDELIVERY.ONLINE to make your orders



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