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Singapore is home to a vibrant and diverse food culture. Unfortunately, the impact of COVID-19, and the subsequent circuit breaker implemented in the Lion City has forced the F&B industry to completely revamp the way it operates.

With dining out a no-go, most restaurants have had to shut their shutters, or shift completely to a take away or delivery model in order to, literally, keep food on the table.

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Although it is possible to find some of your favorite restaurants on popular delivery apps like Deliveroo, FoodPanda, or GrabFood – sadly, sometimes you’re out of service range from your favorite restaurant, making it difficult to satisfy your cravings and give your go-to dining establishment some much-needed patronage. Moving, and adapting with the times, some eateries were able to swiftly wrangle up island wide delivery with a minimum spend, and negate the need for the middle man.

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However, for many restaurants, surviving in the time of corona can be a daunting task, and that’s when The Dine In Movement came to the rescue! Started by the Dandy Collection – of Summerlong, Neon Pigeon, and Fat Prince fame – The Dine In Movement helps customers match their tastes with the restaurants on their platform. 

Apart from the Dandy Collection of restaurants, you’ll find all the heavy hitters in Singapore’s F&B industry like Burnt Ends, Nouri, and Odette on The Dine In Movement. You can also spot your favorite American diner, Overeasy, get your meaty cravings satisfied with Decker Barbeque and Meat Smith, and even enjoy some bottled cocktails from Bistro Cheek or The Old Man.

Ordering directly from restaurants is one of the best things you can do to keep your go-to eatery, up and running. Every cent of your money will go straight to the establishment; and, of course, the island wide delivery certainly doesn’t hurt. Although we may not be able to save every restaurant, cafe and bar weathering the COVID storm, The Dine In Movement definitely makes it easier to do our bit to keep the kitchen lights on!

Each restaurant has their own delivery system in place. Some do deliveries with their own staff, in which case 100 percent of the money goes to the venue.  Most venues are still working with some logistics partners.  If you happen to click on a restaurant and it takes you to a delivery platform that is run by one of the major players in the market, it is the restaurant themselves who have made the decision that this works best for them and does not reflect the views or mission of The Dine In Movement team.

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Singapore is home to a vibrant and diverse food culture. Unfortunately, the impact of COVID-19, and the subsequent circuit breaker implemented in the Lion City has forced the F&B industry to completely revamp the way it operates.
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Singapore is home to a vibrant and diverse food culture. Unfortunately, the impact of COVID-19, and the subsequent circuit breaker implemented in the Lion City has forced the F&B industry to completely revamp the way it operates.
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