UPDATE: Foodpanda has responded.
If you’re a big fan of being a couch potato (let’s be real, who isn’t?) and ordering food in, then this is some great news for you. Foodpanda — yes, the pink and white panda — will be offering free delivery starting tomorrow.
Uber Eats is now rolling out to more locations in the Klang Valley. The food delivery service was first launched for downtown KL, Bangsar and Damansara Heights, and now it is available at Petaling Jaya, Bandar Utama, TTDI and Bandar Sunway.
Awhile back, In N Out came to Malaysia to set up a one-day-only pop-up shop where they sold their coveted burgers. As usual, when there’s something new, Malaysians flocked to the store and started lining up. The question is: Why?
We try and find out.
Much like soya bean milk and cincau, nasi lemak and ice cream are a food combination that you don’t expect to work. One’s spicy, one’s cold. One’s savoury, while the other is sweet. It’s ridiculous, so ridiculous that nobody should even have tried it.
Yet here we have Marrybrown’s Nasi Lemak Ice Cream. It’s a concoction that raises your eyebrow. It’s one that isn’t for the faint of heart. If you’ve been afraid to give this novelty item a try but have always been curious about what it tastes like, you’re in the right place because we’re your guinea pigs.
I think KFC’s got the best fast-food fried chicken in Malaysia. Their Original and Spicy flavours are the bomb but KFC’s never satisfied — they like to experiment with new recipes. The latest recipe to hit the fast-food company’s shelves is something called the Chizza.
It’s supposed to be the best of a piece of fried chicken and a pizza. But is that really the case? We find out.
Some things don’t go together. Fire and water. Snails and salt. A tablespoon of cinnamon powder and the inside of your mouth. Nasi Lemak and chopsticks.
Or do they? When Pappa Rich Australia published the interesting depicting people eating Nasi Lemak with chopsticks, it got us thinking: How hard could it be?
Have you ever been lounging at home when suddenly, like the changing winds out in the open sea, your stomach starts growling in hunger? Yes? Then have you ever been too lazy to get into your car and drive all the way to a shop to grab a bite to eat not knowing if the food will even be good thus making the trip not worthwhile?
Well, now you might not have to pull your hair out over it because popular food review app Zomato is teaming up with Uber to help bring you to good food. At least, we hope it’s good food.