Break the Fast With Deli Hub’s Biggest Ever Nasi Ambeng


This Ramadan, enjoy Deli Hub’s newest offering while hosting a Raya Fiesta. Since 2004, the Neo Group’s Deli Hub has been offering up tasty, Halal-certified meals to communities in Singapore. The Classic version, which serves three to four people and costs S$128 (shipping is possible with a two-set minimum order), and the Giant version, which serves up to 15 people and costs S$488, are both available from 20 March to 30 April 2023.

Platter of goodness.

If you order the Big Nasi Ambeng from Deli Hub before April 3, you can take advantage of their early bird special and pay only $438.

Break the fast with good food

Deli Hub’s Big Nasi Ambeng makes it simple to break the fast with loved ones over a scrumptious meal prepared with the freshest ingredients and a focus on community. Share a mountain of curated food served on a platter that measures more than 28 inches wide in diameter. After you’ve finished eating, the plate is yours to keep; we won’t be collecting it. This enormous plate of Nasi Ambeng, which features only the finest traditional ingredients, brings together the finest Malay and Javanese delights in one spectacular display.

Best shared with loved ones.

Giant Nasi Ambeng diners can expect to chow down on fragrant Blue Pea Rice topped with tender Beef Rendang, succulent Fried Chicken Wings, refreshing Achar, tangy Sambal Eggs, perfectly grilled Chicken Satays, crunchy Anchovies, Peanuts, and Keropok, and savory Sambal Chilli. Chicken Satay, Keropok, and Fried Chicken Wings are not included in the Traditional version for three to  fourpax, however you can choose between Chicken Rendang and Beef Rendang in place of them.

Share a plate of Deli Hub’s Nasi Ambeng with your loved ones this Ramadan and experience the true spirit of the dish as you break bread together.

Deli Hub Singapore is located at 1 Enterprise Rd, Singapore. For delivery, you can order at their website


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Marky is a travel writer and photographer. He narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences.

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