Halal-certified virtual brand Wayang serves Nusantara rice-based dishes from S$7.60

Delivery only.
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Wayang is a virtual F&B business specialising in Nusantara cuisine. Nusantara is Indonesian for ‘archipelago’; hence the dishes here are influenced by the diverse islands that make up the country of Indonesia.

In particular, Wayang focuses on rice-based dishes in its menu. However, customers can choose from 3 different types of rice: white, yellow or lime.

Recently, the brand announced on social media that they are now halal-certified.

Here are some dishes you can look forward to from Wayang.

Wayang Chicken (from S$8.50)

Crispy Chicken Chunks accompany your choice of rice, fried egg, special crumbs and your choice of chilli.

Wayang Chicken
Photo from Wayang/FoodPanda

Ayam Titanium (from S$8.90)

This comes with Grilled Chicken Chunks with rice, fried egg, special crumbs and your choice of chilli.

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Wayang Ayam Titanium
Photo from Wayang/FoodPanda

Wingman (from S$7.60)

Two pieces of fried chicken wings form the protein content for this bowl.

Wayang Wingman
Photo from Wayang/FoodPanda

Buff Beef (from S$9.60)

For more carnivorous folks, this variant featuring a slab of beef would be most appealing.

Wayang Buff Beef
Photo from Wayang/FoodPanda

C-alamak-ri (from S$8.80)

More of a seafood fan? Opt for this one featuring crispy fried calamari.

Wayang Calamari
Photo from Wayang/FoodPanda

Tiger Prawns (from S$9.50)

This set comes with 3 pieces of sizeable Black Tiger Prawns.

Wayang Tiger Prawns
Photo from Wayang/FoodPanda

Salted Egg Crab Landing on You (from S$12.80)

The priciest item in the menu, the dish features a softshell crab cooked in salted egg sauce.

Side dishes

Sayang also offers a variety of sides to make your meal even more filling. Choose from the popular Crispy Wayang Kulit (S$4.90) which are fried crispy chicken skin, or even innards such as the Fried Wayang Liver and Heart (S$4.90) and Fried Wayang Gizzard (S$4.90).

Check out the full menu:

wayang menu online
Photo via Wayang website

Also, what is Indonesian cuisine without the all-important sambal?! Thankfully, every rice dish from Wayang also comes with a choice of exotic chilli, though we wish they’d just give all three!

Where & how to buy

As Wayang is a virtual brand without a physical dine-in space, the only way to get their food is via delivery.

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As of today, Wayang is available on GrabFood, FoodPanda and Deliveroo only. However, if you’re far from where they operate, you might not be able to order from those delivery platforms.

Here are the 2 locations of Wayang’s kitchens for your reference:

  • 304 Orchard Road #01-45 Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863
  • 11 Rivervale Crescent, #01-08 Rivervale Mall, Singapore 545082

So, people staying in Sengkang/Punggol and working around Orchard Road, you’re in luck. Go ahead and order from Wayang.

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