Tingkat delivery makes comeback during Covid-19

(Clockwise from left) Tingkat dishes by Kim Paradise, Neo Garden and RichFood. ST PHOTOS: HEDY KHOO
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SINGAPORE - With more people working from home and fewer people dining out during the pandemic, tingkat delivery services have made a comeback.

And with new entrants heating up the competition and existing players upping their game, it is hardly bland and boring fare.

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