FeastBump Delivers to your Door (AND Gives you $15 off your delivery!)
Did you know that as well as online supermarket delivery there are a whole lotta companies introducing delivery services for ready made food in Singapore? The great thing about the companies I’m aware of, FeastBump and Deliveroo, is that you can choose from a range of restaurants that are the kind of places you’d normally go out to for your food, they’re not some random no name business that you’ve never heard of and you don’t trust.
I’ll continue to add more about FeastBump as my experience grows, but for now, you can read about my recent deliveries and then use the code below to take advantage of the offer of $15 off your first FeastBump delivery with Wheat BaumKuchen or Pizza Fabbrica, cool hey??
The FeastBump team is offering $15 off for the first 10 purchases from Wheat BaumKuchen and Pizza Fabbrica for Singapore Foodie’s readers. You simply have to apply the special promo code FEASTBUMPSGFOODIE upon check out.
The portion sizes with the add ons I ordered were more than enough for dinner for both Husband and I. Our order was delayed because of a massive downpour but the driver texted and then called when he arrived. I wasn’t home and I’d left an instruction to leave the food at the door, so once I reminded him of this, all was fine.
The food was good, probably not quite as good as ordering at the location but very close. The salmon was a bit overcooked for my liking but was fresh and still tasted good. Veggies were all fresh and crunchy. I’d definitely order again from Wheat BaumKuchen, for $30.50 we enjoyed a healthy meal with absolutely zero hassle.
A feature on FeastBump which I really liked was their pre-order function. I placed my order in the afternoon and then selected a later delivery time of 7pm to 7.30pm. So the pre-order function is a handy feature that ensures your food is ready when you want it. The soonest you can get an order is around 2 hours but I think this depends on the delivery location.
If you are keen to try it out, visit Wheat BaumKuchen’s online store here and use the code FEASTBUMPSGFOODIE to get your $15 discount.
If you are keen to try it out, visit Pizza Fabbrica’s online store here and use the code FEASTBUMPSGFOODIE to get your $15 discount.
Notes to ordering from Feastbump
Overall, the FeastBump website is super easy to use. The only downside is that you have to click into the individual menus to find out whether they a) deliver to your area, and b) charge for delivery and/or have a minimum order. But the great news is the team is working hard to improve on this part. I suggest choosing restaurants that you know are in the vicinity of your home and you’re more likely to have luck. The full list can be found here.
FeastBump is a platform that features over 120 restaurants that deliver to you. The cool thing about FeastBump is that it’s an easy solution to proper restaurant-quality food that delivers. With FeastBump, you can purchase personal orders as well as food gifts and cakes for office parties.
I suggest ordering in advance, at least a couple of hours to be sure you can get what you want, when you want.
Other good restaurants available to deliver through FeastBump are:
FeastBump was started with the aim to connect people with F&B businesses. The FeastBump team is passionate about creating a platform where consumers can conveniently discover and order from a vast range of restaurant-quality food, made with integrity and passion.
This December, FeastBump is bringing you exciting festive deals from more than 30 F&B brands that are offering Christmas specials. To discover the seasonal treats and enjoy the holiday promotions, visit the FeastBump Christmas page here.
Enjoy!! And please let everyone know about your experience below! Even if you have ideas for improvement the FeastBump team are keen to hear you